RAPID CITY, S.D. (Dec. 3, 2019) — Regional Health announced that Jill Tice has been promoted to Vice President of Quality, Patient Safety and Risk Management for the Rapid City-based health care system.
“Jill’s progress during her nearly 21 years at Regional Health is a testament to her dedication to our organization and to the greater Black Hills community,” said Paulette Davidson, President and CEO of Regional Health. Tice started her career as a Certified Nursing Assistant in 1999. Following that, she served the Orthopedics/Neuro/Surgical departments as a Health Unit Clerk, Registered Nurse and Clinical Resource Nurse. She was named Director of Quality, Safety and Risk Management in 2009.
Tice has a passion for quality, working closely with Regional Health’s Clinical Practice Council and leading the System Quality Committee.
She is a role model for lifelong learning. In addition to her bachelor’s degree in Nursing from South Dakota State University, she has earned a master’s degree in Nursing from the University of Phoenix and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. Recently, Tice completed the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Chief Quality Officer Certification course.
About Regional Health
Headquartered in Rapid City, S.D., Regional Health is a community-based health care system with a mission to make a difference, every day. In January 2020, Regional Health will be renamed Monument Health, and it will become a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network. The system offers care in 33 medical specialties and serves 20 communities across western South Dakota and in eastern Wyoming. With over 4,500 physicians and caregivers, Regional Health is comprised of 5 hospitals, 8 specialty and surgical centers and more than 40 medical clinics and health care service centers.
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