Ann Sedore, PhD, RN, has been named Chief Nursing Officer for Crouse Hospital. She had previously served as Director of the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing for five years, and prior to that as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Nursing Officer at University Hospital in Syracuse.
In her new role, Sedore will provide strategic and operational leadership for the hospital’s nursing division, which includes more than 900 registered nurses.
“Ann is an energetic, engaged and mission-focused leader with a solid grasp of both strategic and operational issues,” says Crouse CEO Paul Kronenberg, MD. “Her proven nursing leadership experience, both at Crouse and in her prior positions, coupled with her passion for the profession of nursing, made her the overwhelming choice from the candidates we reviewed. Her values match our organizational values.”
Dr. Sedore is a member of the Central New York Nurses Collaborative to Advance Research and Evidence-based Practice (CNY-NCARE) and of Sigma Theta Tau, Omicron Alpha Chapter. She also serves on the Onondaga County BOCES Health Advisory board and the Advisory Board of Keuka College of Nursing, and is a consultant on legal matters related to nursing care in acute care settings to law firms throughout New York State.