Todd Haner and Stormy Dulovich have wealth of experience, as evident in their resumes
Todd Haner, a registered nurse, is the new chief nursing officer (CNO) at Doctors Hospital of Sarasota, a 155-bed hospital and freestanding emergency department serving Sarasota and Manatee counties, the medical center has announced.
Additionally, registered nurse Stormy Dulovich has been promoted toassistant chief nursing officer, a news release says.
Haner will lead all patient care activities and nursing practices for almost 400 nurses and nursing-related staff at the hospital, the announcement points out.
He has more than two decades of nursing experience, the release continues. Most recently, he was the chief nursing officer at Lower Keys Medical Center in Key West, it adds. Further, he served as director of Orthopedic/Neurosurgery and Oncology Services; the Vascular Access and Stroke Program; and Emergency Services at the University of Miami Hospital in Miami, the release adds. He also was director of Emergency and Pediatric Services at Naples Community Hospital Healthcare System in Naples.
Haner received his doctorate of nursing practice from the University of Miami, the release notes. He also is a veteran of the United States Air Force.
“Todd’s vast experience will serve us well as we work on offering new programs and expanding our current capabilities,” Robert Meade, CEO of Doctors Hospital of Sarasota, said in the release. “Through his career, he has focused on providing the best patient care and quality. That is what our nurses and team are committed to every day,” Meade added in the release.
Along with her new role, a separate release explains, Dulovich will remain the director of nursing for the Critical Care, Hemodialysis and the Extended Care Units at Doctors Hospital.
Dulovich joined the medical facility staff in 2016, the release adds. She has more than 20 years of bedside nursing experience.
Before coming to Sarasota, the release points out, Dulovich was part of the planning, execution and restructuring of a neuroscience critical care unit. Moreover, she led “a system-wide, critical response team for Central Ohio care sites for the Ebola outbreak in 2014 and received high honors for her work,” the release says.
Dulovich received her Master of Healthcare Administration and Bachelor of Nursing degrees from Ohio University. She is a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) and the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE).
Originally from Columbus, Ohio, she lives in Sarasota with her husband and two children, the release adds.