Gipson fills WGH leadership role

WGH has hired Linda Stephens Gipson as the hospital
WGH has hired Linda Stephens Gipson as the hospital's new chief nursing officer.
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Whidbey General Hospital has hired Linda Stephens Gipson as its new chief nursing officer.

Gipson has a doctorate’s degree in philosophy in public health from the University of South Florida. She earned an MBA from Cleve-land State Uni-versity, and master’s and bachelor’s degrees in nursing from Duke University and the University of Maryland, respectively.

Hospital spokeswoman Trish Rose said Gipson brings vast experience and expertise in a great number of healthcare disciplines to the Coupeville hospital.

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