Danielle Weber, MSN, MSM, RN-BC, NEA-BC, has been appointed chief nursing officer, Wilmington campus, effective June 28.
In this role, Weber will be responsible for overseeing nursing care at the Wilmington campus, playing a critical role in the development of hospital-based care systems that advance both population health objectives and episodic care in the context of value-based, alternative payment models.
She also will be responsible for the optimization of care delivery systems at the Wilmington campus through strategic visioning, network development, clinical technology implementation and leveraging nursing informatics.
In partnership with operational leadership, she will ensure sound operations, organizational vitality and continuous performance improvement within the Wilmington campus environment.
Weber has more than 20 years’ experience at ChristianaCare and is well prepared to strategically advance clinical nursing practice. In her previous role as vice president, Patient Care Services, she was responsible for the Heart & Vascular and Neurosciences service lines and she supported Behavioral Health, Rehabilitation and Radiology clinical nursing.
Prior to that, she served in several progressive leadership positions in both Neurosciences and Surgical Services.
Weber received a bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Neumann University and a master’s degree in Nursing Leadership from Wilmington University. She is board certified in medical-surgical nursing and as a nurse executive, advanced through the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
She has received several awards, including the DAISY Nurse Leader Award, and has presented at several professional conferences.
She reports to Ric Cuming, Ed.D., RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, chief nurse executive, and president, ChristianaCare HomeHealth.