HMC Names Sue Sullivan to Corporate Director Role

HOLYOKE — Spiros Hatiras, president and CEO of Holyoke Medical Center (HMC), named Sue Sullivan corporate director of system transformation initiatives. In this new role, Sullivan will spearhead key organizational projects, including federal and state grants and waiver programs to support improvements in healthcare delivery by advancing the triple aims of better care, better population health, and lower costs.

“Sue brings a deep understanding and a proven track record in managing business processes and systems that have yielded measurable results,” Hatiras said. “Her skill and leadership will enable us to enhance healthcare delivery in the Pioneer Valley.”

Added Sullivan, “HMC’s differentiator is that we can be responsive to patient needs at every stage of their lives, providing them with personalized care that makes a difference. I am appreciative to have this exciting opportunity to guide the planning of key projects to ensure that Holyoke Medical Center can continue to provide the highest levels of patient care.”

Sullivan is a 35-year HMC employee and a former president of the Nursing Information Systems Council of New England. Most recently, she was HMC’s director of Ancillary Services. Her career includes working as a registered nurse, clinical coordinator for a medical/surgical unit, as well as a manager of HMC’s Information Systems department. Sullivan earned her associate’s degree in nursing from Holyoke Community College and certification in Lean Healthcare from the University of Michigan.

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