Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital has named Heather Moynihan associate chief nursing officer. In her role, Moynihan supports the hospital’s nursing leaders and front-line teams in their continuous efforts to provide exceptional healthcare services.
“Heather brings extensive experience, passion and innovation to her new role,” said Judy Colorado, chief nursing officer at Dr. P. Phillips Hospital. “We’re excited for her to add value to our leadership team as we continue to provide patients with high-quality medical care.”
Moynihan previously worked for the Orlando Health Heart &Vascular Institute, where she served as the senior director of nursing, and led initiatives that enhanced patient care and operational efficiency.
Prior to that, she was the outpatient nursing operations manager for the institute. In this position, she mentored other nurses into leadership roles and supported her team through the rollout of ELLiE, Orlando Health’s comprehensive health records system.
Moynihan returns to the Dr. Phillips hospital, where she worked a variety of clinical roles before transitioning into leadership in 2014.
Moynihan earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing from the University of West Florida and a Master of Business Administration from Boise State University. She earned her nurse executive advanced board certification through American Nurses Credentialing Center.
She began her new role Sept. 8.