Good Shepherd Clinic is thankful to have Jane Stuckey serving as Chairman of the Board. Jane received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Bethune Cookman College, her Masters of Science in Health Services Management from the Florida Institute of Technology, and her Certificate in Healthcare Finance from the University of Florida. She has served as Chief Operating Officer in both non-profit and for-profit healthcare systems, and has more than 30 years of experience as a Clinical Strategist specializing in master strategic facility planning and operational understanding. She has completed more than 35 healthcare projects nationwide, including Emory University Hospital, Atlanta, GA; Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC; Caritas St. Elizabeth Medical Center, Boston, MA, and; Holy Redeemer Hospital and Medical Center, Meadowbrook, PA.
She brought her vast experience to Good Shepherd Clinic five years ago as a volunteer to serve as Director of Nursing, then took the position of Board Chair, where she currently serves. “Six years ago I went part-time with my job so I could give back substantially to my community,” says Jane. “At Good Shepherd Clinic the patients are so appreciative, and I love working with the volunteers who give so tirelessly every week.”
All of the volunteers and patients at Good Shepherd Clinic are thankful for Jane’s dedication, hard work and leadership as she guides the clinic in its continuing growth and development.