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Florida Medical Center Names New Director of Continuous Quality Improvement

Mar 3, 2020

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (July 19, 2016) – Florida Medical Center welcomes Tri Nguyen as the director of continuous quality improvement. In her new role, Nguyen will oversee the hospital’s quality and risk management program.

With nearly 10 years of healthcare experience, Nguyen joins Florida Medical Center from her previous position at a Miami hospital, where she started as a quality improvement specialist and was promoted to quality manager and then vice president of quality in less than four years. As vice president of quality, she was responsible for overseeing all operations of the quality department, including patient safety/risk management, infection control, and adherence of medical staff to corporate and facility policies.

“We are confident that Tri’s experience, personal work ethic and dedication to improving patient care and safety will significantly contribute to Florida Medical Center,” said CEO Trey Abshier. “She is a proven quality and risk management professional who will excel in her new role.”

Nguyen earned two bachelor’s degrees in biology and circulation technology from Ohio State University. She continued her education at the University of Miami, where she earned her Executive Master of Business Administration in Health Sector Management and Policy. Nguyen is certified by the National Association for Healthcare Quality and is working on her American College of Healthcare Executives Association certification.

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