Health System Announces New Leadership

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Julia Click, SPHR, assumed the role of director, Human Resources in June. She comes to the Health System from University Hospital in August, Ga., where she served as the director of Human Resources. Click’s new responsibilities include team member relations, compensation and benefits, recruitment and retention, as well as the general operations of the Human Resources Department.

LuTricia Duncan, manager, Sterile Processing Department (SPD) and Operating Room Materials, joins the Health System from St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center in Smithtown, N.Y., where she served as the perio-operative logistics manager. Duncan is now responsible for the day-to-day operations of SPD and the procurement of specialty supplies for peri-operative services.
Bryan LaBuda, manager, Supply Chain Services, joins the Health System from Southlake Hospital in Clermont, Florida, where he also served as manager, Supply Chain Services. LaBuda brings to the Health System a wealth of experience in purchasing, receiving, and distribution.
Promoting from within and developing the strengths of existing team members has long been a tradition of the Health System, evidenced by the promotion of Natalie McBride to director of Service Excellence. In her new role, McBride will align goals and strategic initiatives to enhance the patient experience, and work with team members to improve patient satisfaction scores. McBride will also have oversight of patient and resident grievances as well as the general operations of the Service Excellence Department.
Prior to joining the Health System in July, Amy Weaver, director, Medical Staff Services, was employed with St. Josephs/Candler Hospitals, where she served as the manager of Medical Staff Services. Weaver will provide direct oversight of the credentialing and daily operations of the Medical Staff department for the Brunswick and Camden campuses.