Vice President for Quality Management Joins AMH

Posted on: 08/29/2011

Ann E. McMahon, M.H.S.M, M.P.A   has joined the staff at Auburn Memorial Hospital (AMH) as Vice President for Quality Management.  She will coordinate, direct and manage the hospital-wide Performance Improvement Program.


She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Care Administration from Southern Illinois University, a Masters Degree in Public Administration and a Masters Degree in Health Services Management from Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri.  Ann E. retired following a 20 year career in the United States Navy Hospital Corps where she served as a Chief Petty Officer. She is a Persian Gulf War Veteran.  Prior to joining Auburn Memorial Hospital Ann was employed at Bassett Healthcare Network in Cooperstown, New York as the Director of Patient Safety and Risk Management.



Scott Berlucchi, President and Chief Executive Officer, stated: “The creation of this top level position shows our commitment to continue to allocate resources to ensure the highest level of quality and patient safety program at Auburn Memorial Hospital.”








About Auburn Memorial Hospital

AMH is a not-for-profit, 99-bed acute care facility serving a population of approximately 80,000 in Cayuga County and the surrounding areas of the Finger Lakes region of Central New York.  Clinical services include emergency, intensive and coronary care, laboratory services, maternity, pediatrics, psychiatric services, orthopedics, respiratory and physical therapy, radiology, inpatient and outpatient surgery, diabetes care, bariatric surgery, wound treatment, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, cardiovascular lab services and medicine.  There are urgent care facilities in Auburn and Skaneateles that provide prompt, convenient quality care seven days a week from board certified physicians AMH’s Emergency Care Unit.  AMH also has a Veterans Clinic that provides primary and preventative outpatient care as well as mental health services to the region’s veterans.  Also under the AMH umbrella is the Finger Lakes Center for Living, providing long-term nursing and short-term rehabilitation services in an 80-bed skilled nursing facility. 


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