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Published on November 05, 2014

Campbell Named Vice President of Nursing and Patient Services for Behavioral Medicine

Dennis T. Campbell II, MS, RN, has been named vice president of nursing and patient services for behavioral medicine at Cone Health. Campbell will help provide strategic leadership, direction and planning for Cone Health’s Dennis Campbell IIbehavioral health services in Guilford, Alamance, Rockingham and Forsyth counties. He also will play an important role developing Cone Health’s new behavioral health care model and the planned construction of a behavioral health replacement hospital.  Additionally, Campbell will have responsibility for Cone Health Psychiatric Emergency Departments as well as responsibly for all outpatient behavioral medicine services.

Prior to his promotion, Campbell served as executive director, system quality/patient safety. Campbell has driven several patient care and quality initiatives, helping Cone Health achieve national recognition from The Leapfrog Group. He has also led efforts aimed at increasing patient safety across Cone Health. 

“Dennis is a champion for our patients as demonstrated by his exceptional results in reducing medical errors and hospital-associated infections. This drive to create the best patient care makes him an ideal leader for this position,” says Behavioral Medicine Service Line President and Annie Penn Hospital President Debbie Green, DNP, RN.

Campbell began his career at Cone Health in 2009 as director, heart failure/telemetry.  He earned his Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees from Indiana Wesleyan University. Campbell is a candidate for Doctor of Nursing Practice-Leadership from American Sentinel University. He is a certified coach and a 2014 graduate of Leadership Greensboro.

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