Pedaline Completes GE Fellows Program
Cone Health Women’s Hospital Chief Nursing Officer completed the program’s health management academy.
Sue Pedaline, DNP, RN, GE Fellow
Susan Pedaline, DNP, MSN, RNC, chief nursing officer, Women’s Hospital, and vice president, Cone Health Maternal-Child Services, has completed The Health Management Academy (HMA) GE Fellows Program.
The comprehensive two-year leadership development program is designed for high-potential and exceptional administrative, financial, nurse and physician executives. Applicants are nominated for participation by health system leadership and have been selected to assume significant leadership positions within their health system.
“The Academy GE Fellows program has complemented her work as she leads the design for the delivery of women’s services at Cone Health. Dr. Pedaline’s participation in this program has provided her with a network of professionals across the nation for consultation,” says Deborah Grant, RN, Cone Health Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President, Ambulatory and Clinical Nursing Services.
Pedaline joined Cone Health in 2012. She earned a doctorate in nursing practice from the University of Pittsburgh; a master’s in professional leadership from Carlow College, Pittsburgh; a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, and a diploma in nursing from Shadyside Hospital School of Nursing, Pittsburgh.
Pedaline is the section chair for the North Carolina Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses. She is also a member of the American Organization of Nurse Executives, North Carolina Organization of Nurse Leaders, North Carolina Nurses Association and Sigma Theta Tau. She serves on the Guilford County Coalition on Infant Mortality Board of Directors.