Sandy Hurley, MS, RN, NE-BC, was recently named the new Chief Nursing Officer for Riverside Walter Reed Hospital in Gloucester. She is responsible for all clinical operations related to nursing.
“I am excited to be here and part of this tight-knit community,” said Hurley, who comes to Riverside following six years serving as the chief nursing officer for a hospital in Colorado. “The hospital I came from was a small community hospital, much like Riverside Walter Reed, and I like that. When you are taking care of someone who you will see in the store or sit next to at church, it has a different feel. It’s neighborly. It’s family.”
While originally from Michigan and Arkansas, Hurley is no stranger to Virginia, having lived here years ago with her family and husband, who retired from the U.S. Air Force.
She brings to Riverside a career of experience working as a nurse manager in critical care, a director of patient care services focused on emergency and critical care, and ...
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