Saint Agnes Hospital today announced that The Daily Record has selected Bonnie Phipps, president and CEO of Saint Agnes Healthcare, as one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women in 2013.
Baltimore, Md. -- Saint Agnes Hospital today announced that The Daily Record has selected Bonnie Phipps, president and CEO of Saint Agnes Healthcare, as one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women in 2013. The Top 100 Women is an annual awards program, established 18 years ago to recognize women who have achieved personal success and who have contributed to bettering communities in which they work and live. Phipps is also being inducted into the Circle of Excellence, that recognizes women who appeared more than three times on the list.
In addition to her role at Saint Agnes Healthcare, Phipps also serves as a ministry market leader for Edmundson, Mo.-based Ascension Health. Phipps provides strategic and operational leadership for Saint Agnes while promoting alignment among Ascension’s health ministries. She also shares accountability for strategic positioning and operational performance of the health ministries within her market, which includes Saint Agnes HealthCare and Hospital; Providence Hospital in Washington, D.C.; Carondelet Health in Kansas City, Mo., Lourdes Health Network in Pasco, Wash., and St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston, Idaho.
Phipps served as national chairman of Healthcare Financial Management Association from 1992 to 1993, and received the Morgan Award in 1996, the highest award given by HFMA for individual contributions in the healthcare industry.
A panel of seven judges reviewed nominations for the Top 100 Women. This year’s winners will be celebrated during an awards ceremony on Monday, May 6 at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore. Tickets can be purchase on the website for Maryland’s Top 100 Women.
About Saint Agnes Hospital
Founded by the Daughters of Charity in 1862, Saint Agnes Hospital is a 296-bed hospital currently undergoing a $200 million-plus expansion emphasizing patient safety in a high quality healthcare environment. Saint Agnes is the oldest Catholic hospital in Baltimore, Maryland and is a full-service teaching hospital with residency programs in medicine and surgery. The hospital’s key institutes include the: Cancer Institute; Cardiovascular Institute; Maryland Metabolic Institute; Orthopedic & Spine Institute; Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery; and The Bunting Health Institute for Women & Children. Saint Agnes opened the first Chest Pain ED in the world more than 30 years ago, and continues to expand and grow its Emergency Services. www.stagnes.org