IASIS Healthcare today announced that Heidi Wolf, MSNA, BA, RN, has been named as St. Joseph Medical Center’s Chief Nursing Officer. Heidi was most recently at The Medical Center of Southeast Texas where she has served at the Chief Nursing Officer since 2007. Prior to TMCSETX, Heidi was the Chief Nursing Officer at Town and Country Hospital, Tampa, Florida (a previous IASIS owned and operated facility).
Heidi began her nursing career in 1997 when she graduated from Jamestown College in Jamestown, N.D. with a Bachelor of Arts in Nursing. From 1997 through 2003, she worked in a variety of bedside areas including ICU, ED and Telemetry. In 2004, she assumed her first Chief Nursing Officer position with a rural hospital in West Texas. Her career with IASIS began in 2006 with progressive CNO roles over the past 11 years. Heidi earned her Master of Science in Nursing Administration from Lamar University in 2013.
During her time at The Medical Center of Southeast Texas, the hospital achieved initial Trauma Level IV accreditation, Chest Pain Center Accreditation, and Primary Stroke Center Accreditation, among other noteworthy accomplishments. Heidi was also extremely instrumental in establishing and maintaining hospital operations during Hurricane Ike, which had a direct hit on the Port Arthur, TX area.
Heidi also currently serves as President of the District 12 Texas Nurses Association.
About St. Joseph Medical Center
St. Joseph Medical Center is a 792-bed full service, general acute care hospital with two locations in downtown Houston, Texas and in the Heights. As Houston’s first hospital, SJMC has been providing cutting-edge and quality care to Houston area residents for over 125 years. Comprehensive healthcare services offered include Cardiac care, a Level III Emergency Trauma Center, Advanced Wound Care Center, Center for Behavioral Health, Sports Medicine, a dedicated Women’s Medical Center and more.