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Pedaline Named to The Academy GE Fellows Program for Nurse Executives

Women’s Hospital Vice President of Nursing and Patient Services, Sue Pedaline, RN, has been named to The Academy GE Fellows Program for Nurse Executives. Pedaline is one of eight national leaders selected for the 2015 Sue Pedaline, RNclass, which is exclusively for high-potential leaders of the nation's largest health systems.

Candidates for the program are described as “up and comers” within the organization, are committed to leadership with a track record of success, have corporate-level responsibility, show motivation for continued growth and are identified by their health system as being on track for progressively responsible positions.

Pedaline has served at Women's Hospital for the past three years. She has led many notable efforts including helping Women’s Hospital earn a Baby-Friendly birth facility designation from Baby-Friendly USA and improving patient satisfaction scores from the 62nd to the 74th percentile in one year.

Pedaline earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree at Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania. She earned her master's degree in professional leadership at Carlow University in Pittsburgh and completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at the University of Pittsburgh.