FRAMINGHAM – MetroWest Medical Center announced it has named Dr. Susan Mangini as its new Chief Nursing Officer.
the former Chief Nursing Officer is now the CEO of the Medical Center.
“I am from the MetroWest region, having grown up in Framingham and Holliston,” said Dr. Mangini. “I worked as a housekeeper at Framingham Union Hospital while in high school. The desire to help patients and love of people resulted in my pursuit to become a nurse and attend Framingham Union Hospital School of Nursing.”
In the role of Chief Nursing Officer, “my goal is to make a positive difference for MWMC and the community. I plan to work collaboratively with all members of our healthcare team while sharing my skills, knowledge and experience to continuously improve processes and systems in the pursuit of excellence in patient care. MetroWest is home to me,” she said.
“We are very excited to have Susan join our team,” said Dr. Andrew Harding, Chief Executive Officer at MetroWest Medical Center. “She is a proven leader who has already become part of our community.”
Dr. Mangini earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston. Previous roles include Vice President of Patient Care Services and CNO at various hospitals in Massachusetts.
She currently resides in Hopkinton, where she’s lived for the past 25 years along with her husband, Michael, and daughter, Cristina.
The two mottos Dr. Mangini says have helped to guide her life are “Always keep the patient needs central to all decision” and “Life will always put you in a place where you are needed”.