Rose A. Labriola, RN, BSN, MSN, Ed.D., Chief Nursing Officer

Dr. LabriolaRose A. Labriola, RN, BSN, MSN, Ed.D., is the Chief Nursing Officer at The George Washington University Hospital, having been in this position since September 2013.

In her role as Chief Nursing Officer, Ms. Labriola is responsible for the division of Nursing and all professional nursing practices throughout the hospital. Ms. Labriola develops goals and strategies to ensure that care is provided at the highest levels that utilizes safe practices.

Most recently, Ms. Labriola served as Vice President and Associate Chief Nurse Officer at Parkland Health & Hospital System in Dallas, TX. Ms. Labriola also served as Chief Nursing Officer and Senior Vice President of Patient Care Services for the Frederick Regional Health System in Frederick, MD. and as Vice President of Patient Care Services at Milwaukee’s Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare System/St. Francis Hospital.

Ms. Labriola earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing and her Master’s of Science in Nursing Administration at St. Xavier University in Chicago. She earned her Doctorate in Education at Northern Illinois University.

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