Nancy Hollingsworth, RN, was appointed to President and CEO, February 2011. Nancy enjoys a long history at Saint Agnes, beginning as an Oncology staff nurse (1982-1984), and as Manager of Patient Resources (1985-1998). She retuned to Saint Agnes in August 2007 as Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) and later promoted to Chief Operating Officer (COO) in January 2010. During her time away from the hospital, Nancy worked as a Senior Manager of Strategy and Operations for Deloitte Consulting in Cincinnati, Ohio. Nancy received her BSN from CSU Fresno, and her MSN and MBA from Vanderbilt University. 1
Jonathan Felton joined the Saint Agnes as Chief Operating Officer in July 2015. He comes to Saint Agnes from Sutter Health Memorial Medical Center in Modesto, Calif., where he served as Vice President and Assistant Administrator over Ancillary and Support Services. Jon has 16 years of health care experience, serving in management, executive and leadership positions with large national banks, and owned a regional mortgage company. He earned a Bachelor of Science-Sociology degree from The University of Utah, and a Masters in Health Administration from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
Michael Prusaitis was appointed Chief Financial Officer in July 2014. Michael is a seasoned financial leader and enjoys many years of experience as a hospital CFO for Sinai Grace Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, the largest of eight hospitals comprising the award-winning Detroit Medical Center, operated by Tenet Healthcare. Michael earned an MBA in Business Administration/Health Care Management from Oakland University in Auburn Hills, Michigan, and a Bachelors of Business Administration from Walsh College of Accountancy & Business Administration in Troy, Michigan.
Stacy Vaillancourt is an experienced executive with more than 20 years of marketing experience in a variety of healthcare settings, including Sutter Delta Medical in Antioch, California, as well as several hospital leadership positions in the Boston area. Stacy has a BS in Health Administration and Planning from the University of New Hampshire, and an MBA from New Hampshire College.
Richard F. Jacobs, MD, MBA, joined Saint Agnes in August 2015. Dr. Jacobs is a seasoned health care professional with more than 25 years of clinical, physician practice management, and acute care hospital operational experience. Coupled with a passionate patient care focus, Dr. Jacobs brings a wealth of experience and expertise in negotiating and managing both individual physician and physician group contracts as well as leading collaborative teams to enhance physician engagement. Dr. Jacobs earned his MBA from University of Miami in Business Administration, and his Medical Degree from University of Illinois College of Medicine.
Debbie Chappell became Vice President of Clinical Services in January 2011. Debbie oversees Pharmacy, Laboratory, Imaging, Cancer Services, Process Excellence, and Safety (Environment of Care). Her dedicated service at Saint Agnes spans almost 35 years in clinical and leadership roles. She is a licensed Respiratory Care Practitioner. Debbie earned her AA and AS from Fresno City College, and a BS and MHA from Chapman University.
Teri Amerine joined Saint Agnes as the newly appointed Vice President, Saint Agnes Foundation in February 2012. Teri's appointment is a homecoming of sorts. She has a long history of service to the Fresno community, including serving as Foundation Director at Saint Agnes from April 1988 through August 2006. Most recently, Teri has participated on the foundation management team at Children's Hospital Central California. Teri earned her BS in Business Administration from CSU, Fresno.
Frank Beazley joined Saint Agnes as Vice-President, Mission Integration in December 2014. Frank comes to Saint Agnes with a strong executive background in spiritual care, institutional ethics, Ethical and Religious Directives, bereavement support and pastoral education programs. Frank earned his Master's in Pastoral Ministry from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, and a BA in Religious Studies.
On a mission to heal body, mind and spirit