Concord Hospital Names New Chief Nursing Officer

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Published on September 28, 2016

Concord Hospital Names New Chief Nursing Officer

Amy Guilfoil-Dumont, Chief Nursing Officer

Amy Guilfoil-Dumont, CNO

Concord Hospital has named Amy Guilfoil-Dumont, who has nearly three decades of experience as a healthcare provider and senior executive, as chief nursing officer. She replaces Diane Allen who retired late in July after 19 years in the position.

Guilfoil-Dumont will be responsible for managing Concord Hospital’s nursing leaders and staff in maintaining and improving the highest levels of coordinated patient care and patient satisfaction, mentoring the nursing staff and building on efforts that support the advancement of nursing practice.

She comes to Concord Hospital from Frisbie Memorial Hospital in Rochester, where she was chief clinical officer and vice president of patient care since 2012. Previously, she was a clinical and quality consultant to Wentworth Douglass Health System in Dover, vice president of clinical support services and innovation at Elliot Health System in Manchester and director of cardiovascular and women’s health services at St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua.

“Concord Hospital continues to be a leader in the state of New Hampshire in delivering quality health care which makes me excited and eager to join such a progressive healthcare team,” said Guilfoil-Dumont. “The Hospital’s leadership team has an incredible vision and has created a solid strategic plan to respond to both future opportunities and challenges the organization may face. I am confident Concord Hospital will continue to successfully lead many healthcare initiatives throughout the state due in part to the Hospital’s ongoing collaborative efforts and unwavering respect for the communities it serves and its partners. “

At Frisbie Memorial Hospital, Guilfoil-Dumont led many programs that reshaped patient care, helped hold down healthcare costs and improved teamwork between healthcare providers. She established a management model in which Frisbie nurses were directly involved in nursing policy decisions and also helped reduce expenses by millions of dollars by identifying more efficient practices and establishing an environment that promoted teamwork, efficient operation and excellent care.

As chief nursing officer and senior executive, Guilfoil-Dumont will be a leader in Concord Hospital’s continuous efforts to improve patient care and satisfaction through collaboration between nursing staff and other medical providers.

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