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Saunders promoted to Virtua President and COO

Moorestown mom of two joined Virtua in 2002  Ninfa Saunders, RN, MSN,

MBA, PhD, has been promoted to President and Chief Operating Officer at Virtua. Saunders previ- ously served as Virtua’s Execu- tive Vice President for Health Services and Chief Operating Of- ficer.

Saunders is responsible for healthcare operations at Virtua’s four hospitals, rehabilitation cen- ters, senior services, home care, ambulatory and outpatient serv- ices. She has more than three decades of clinical nursing and hospital administrative experi- ence.

“Ninfa’s promotion is reflective of her tremendous work ethic

and pursuit of excellence in all that she does,” said Richard P. Miller, Virtua CEO. “As Virtua continues to grow, so will Ninfa’s responsibilities. I know that I can count on Ninfa to meet any chal- lenge.”

Since joining Virtua in 2002, Saunders has been instrumental in leading efforts to redefine the way health care is delivered. Using metrics for measuring per- formance, including Six Sigma, she implements Virtua’s vision of bringing the best care to patients and the best resources to physi- cians, nurses and employees. “I am honored to accept this ex- panded role,” Saunders said. “It is

an exciting time for Virtua as we prepare to open the new hospital in Voorhees and continue grow- ing our world-class services for South Jersey residents.” Saunders is recognized nation-

ally and internationally for her healthcare business acumen and operational excellence. Saunders lives in Moorestown with her husband. They have two children. She is active in volun- teer efforts, some of which in- clude; serving on the Board of the American Heart Association, Founding Chair of the Go Red for Women in South Jersey, and Member of the Head Council, Moorestown Friends School.

presents Annie Jr.

The Moorestown Theater Com-

pany will present Annie Jr., its third “fall stage” musical for chil- dren performers at Hope Commu- nity Church, 235 W. Main St., from Dec. 3-12. The Tony Award-win- ning musical has a 72-member cast (70 children and two dogs). Performances are Dec. 3 at 7,

Dec. 4 at 2 and 7, Dec. 5 at 3, Dec. 10 at 7, Dec. 11 at 2 and 7, and Dec. 12 at 3. Tickets range from $8 to $12 and all are reserved. They can be purchased at www.moorestowntheatercompa- or at the door. The play is two acts and runs

about two hours. “There are so many reasons

why we love doing Annie,” said MTC Producing Artistic Director Mark Morgan. “Not only is it a very well known musical with a great score and several fun dances, but in Annie, Daddy War- bucks and Miss Hannigan, this show has some of the most mem- orable characters in Broadway history.”

Call 778-8357 for details.



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