IASIS Healthcare today announced several promotions within the IASIS Clinical Operations team.
JoLisa Catmull, RN, BSN, MBA
Chief Nursing Officer for IASIS Healthcare
After receiving her Associates Degree in Nursing from Weber State University, JoLisa began her nursing career at Holy Cross Hospital as a Unit Clerk in the Emergency Department.
JoLisa was hired at Jordan Valley Medical Center (“JVMC”) as an Emergency Room Nurse and in 1998 she was promoted to Chief Nursing Officer at JVMC and JVMC–West (f/k/a Pioneer Valley Hospital). Then in 2012 JoLisa joined the IASIS Corporate Clinical Operations team as Western Division Director of Clinical Operations. In this role she has shared her nursing knowledge, expertise and lent invaluable medical insight to our nursing staff.
In 2014 JoLisa received her MBA from Western Governors University.
JoLisa has consistently exhibited a commitment to nursing excellence and in 1999 she received “RN of the Year” award from the Utah Nurses Association.
Heather Davis, BA, CHCP
Heather began her CME career in April 2005 as a CME Coordinator for a small community hospital.
In May of 2005 Heather received her Associate of Social Sciences degree from San Jacinto College, and went on to obtain her Bachelor of Art, Literature and Certificate of Women’s Studies in 2008.
She joined St. Joseph Medical Center in 2011 and moved into research when the IRB Coordinator position merged with the CME Coordinator role; hence, the start of her research career. She worked closely with the IRB Committee reviewing protocols for IRB oversight to ensure the protection of human subjects. In her current role, she supports and advocates for IASIS Healthcare’s continuing education programs and ensures research compliance within the IASIS Healthcare System. Research support for sites include, budgeting, contracting, regulatory, site management, IRB submission, and compliance training of investigators, coordinators, residents, and medical students.
Prior to Heather’s promotion to Director of I-CARE, she served as a valued member of St Joseph Medical Center’s CME Committee and advanced to I-CARE Manager in 2015.
She is a member of the Texas Alliance for Continuing Medical Education (TACME), The Society of Clinical Research Associates, SOCRA, and in June 2014, she was elected Treasurer of the executive board of TACME. In 2016 Heather earned her CHCP (Certified Healthcare CPD Professional) credential.
David Madrigal, MHA, CHCP
CME Program Manager, Eastern Division
David brings to the table over 12 years of CME experience and prior to joining IASIS in August 2015 he served as the Assistant Director of CME at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.
In his role with IASIS, David is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Eastern Division CME department which includes identifying strategies to support and enhance overall initiatives and coordinate the planning and accreditation efforts of each of the IASIS facilities within the Eastern Division.
David received his Bachelor of Arts, Psychology – University of Houston, and his Master of Science, Healthcare Administration from Houston Baptist University. On a daily basis, he interacts directly with key physicians and staff throughout the division’s seven facilities to ensure CME activities are conducted in accordance with recognized standards and internal expectations of quality. David provides the leadership qualities which are essential to ongoing growth of the Eastern Division’s CME efforts.
Misty L. Birch
CME Program Manager, Western Division
Misty joined Jordan Valley Medical Center in 2002 as Unit Coordinator and has been actively involved in professional continuing education since August 2013.
Since joining IASIS she has had progressive advancement and most recently served as CME Coordinator for the Western Division. In her role Misty oversees the CME for all physicians at ten (10) IASIS facilities and responsibilities include design, development, marketing, promotion assessment of educational needs, monitoring of compliance and overall direction of the Western Division CME program.
Her goal is to change and improve physician competence, professional performance and patient outcomes through our CME program by providing high quality, evidence-based educational opportunities to all of our IASIS facilities.
She is currently serving as President of the UACME (Utah Alliance for Continuing Medical Education) and has served in various leadership roles in the Alliance since 2015.