Nurse Manager Promoted to Camden Campus Assistant Administrator
ST. MARYS, Georgia: May 2, 2011– Southeast Georgia Health System is pleased to announce that long-time team member Lisa Dickerson, BSN, MBA, has been promoted to the assistant administrator of patient care services position at the Camden Campus in St. Marys.
Dickerson joined the Health System in 2000. She is a graduate of Glynn Academy High School and received an Associates degree in nursing from what was then Coastal Georgia Community College, followed by her Bachelor’s of science in nursing from Armstrong Atlantic State University and an MBA in healthcare management from Brenau University.
Dickerson is a certified medical/surgical nurse and has been the nurse manager on 5 Medical for the past three years on the Brunswick Campus. Additionally, she has served as a team coordinator on 4 North and 5 Medical on the Brunswick Campus. Dickerson also has experience as a clinical instructional assistant at the College of Coastal Georgia.
Dickerson is active in the community where she is involved with the Coastal Medical Access Project (CMAP), the Salvation Army, March of Dimes and the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life. She is a member of the American Nurses Association, Academy of Medical/Surgical Nurses and Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.
Dickerson was named the Health System’s Nurse of the Year in 2004 and received the Florence Nightingale Award from the Georgia Nurses Association in 2002, 2003 and 2005. “We are very fortunate to have someone of Lisa’s caliber as our new assistant administrator,” says Howard W. Sepp Jr., FACHE, vice president and administrator, Camden Campus. “We all look forward to working closely with her as she takes on this challenging and rewarding position within our Health System.”
Dickerson was born in Adak, Alaska, where her father was in the Navy and relocated to the Naval Base in Brunswick when just five years old where she has remained. She and her husband Kenny have two daughters, Lacey and Lorrie.