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Glendale Memorial Gains New Chief Nursing Officer

First published in the June 25 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.

Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center recently welcomed Jim Zolnowski to its leadership team as the hospital’s new chief nursing officer.
Zolnowski has extensive nursing experience working with multiple health systems during his career, most recently as the director of nursing for emergency and critical care services for PeaceHealth St. John Medical Center in Washington.
Zolnowski holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from State University of New York at Buffalo and a master’s degree in nursing from Saint Xavier University. His early nursing leadership roles first started in critical care services, and he has considerable experience leading emergency, trauma and acute-care services.
Zolnowski has led his former critical care units at Orlando Health to achieve Beacon Awards of Excellence by AACN and has served as an executive champion for process improvement teams aimed at improving patient experience, resulting in successful outcomes.
Zolnowski is a collaborative and energetic leader and his nursing expertise and leadership will enhance the hospital’s excellence in nursing and patient care, according to hospital officials.

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