Claire Mooney, DNP, MBA, RN, CCRN, NEA-BC, President and Chief Executive Officer at both Brandywine Hospital and Jennersville Hospital, has been appointed to serve on the Chester County Workforce Development Board. Claire has been appointed for a two-year term.
The mission of the Chester County Workforce Development Board is “to serve as the local entity, responsible for the strategic planning and promotion of an effective workforce development system in Chester County, that responds to the regional labor market needs.” The Workforce Development board members are appointed by the Chester County Commissioners.
“We are very happy to have Claire on the board,” stated Pat Bokovitz, Director of the Chester County Department of Community Development. “Claire sharing her knowledge and expertise of the healthcare industry is a tremendous value to the board.”
In addition to serving on the board, Claire also serves as the Chair of the Health Care Connect Industry Partnership. Health Care Connect advocates for the advancement of the healthcare industry through training, outreach, and other industry strategies to help recruitment and retention of healthcare workers.
“It is so important to the future of healthcare in our community that there is a steady stream of qualified healthcare workers in Chester County for many years to come,” stated Ms. Mooney. “It is my great pleasure to serve on the Chester County Workforce Development board.”
About Brandywine Hospital
Located in Chester County, Pa., and a member of Tower Health, Brandywine Hospital is a nonprofit, 171-bed acute-care hospital with private rooms that has been providing high-quality, compassionate care in the community for more than 100 years. The hospital's key services include behavioral health (adult, older adult), cardiology, emergency medicine, orthopedics, general and robotic surgery, specialized care for eating disorders, and outpatient services (radiology/women's imaging, laboratory, cardio-pulmonary, occupational, physical, and speech therapy, primary care, and wound care). Fully accredited by The Joint Commission, Brandywine Hospital is the recipient of The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval for excellence in hip replacement, knee replacement, laboratory services, stroke (Primary Stroke Center), and wound care. For more information, visit towerhealth.org/locations/brandywine-hospital.
About Jennersville Hospital
Jennersville Hospital, a member of Tower Health, is located in West Grove, PA, and has been serving the Southern Chester County community for more than 100 years. Jennersville Hospital is a 63-bed facility that features all private rooms and serves the needs of the patients and their families. Jennersville Hospital offers inpatient and outpatient services, including 24-hour emergency care, diagnostic care, orthopedics, and surgical services. Jennersville Hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission and has been recognized for its quality outcomes and clinical expertise across services lines. For more information, visit towerhealth.org.