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Elizabeth Steger, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE, senior vice president of clinical practice integration and chief nursing executive has an impressive track record as a collaborator, an inspirational leader, and an outcomes-focused nurse and nursing strategist anchored in relationship-based care and is highly skilled in change management. She joined St. Luke’s in June 2021 and immediately began developing and leading efforts to innovate, integrate and improve care delivery across the St. Luke’s Health System, helping to guide strategic direction and providing leadership in aligning multiple disciplines across all sites of care. Her work in her first has resulted in a new care delivery design, which highlights quality and safety, enhances access, affordability, and optimization of customer experience, and creates stronger structures and teams within the nursing workforce.
In addition, Steger has quickly leaned in to support St. Luke’s teams systemwide, both clinical and non-clinical, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. She has spearheaded the creation and implementation of recovery and regeneration opportunities for the entire workforce, while also seamlessly joining her leader peers in supporting St. Luke’s various pandemic responses efforts. Alongside her team of nurse leaders, Human Resource colleagues, and other key stakeholders, she continues to lead initiatives to improve the nursing workforce. This has been done by continued work toward building resources for current nurses, providing opportunities for open feedback and dialogue, working toward future strategies and goals, and supporting incoming groups of nurses.
Steger received her bachelor of science degree in nursing from the University of Mary-Hardin
Baylor and her master of science degree in nursing administration from the University of Texas at Arlington.
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