Harvey Named Vice President of Oncology Nursing and Operations for Great Lakes Cancer Care Collaborative
|Released: 8/6/2021 6:00:00 AM|
Robyn Harvey, MBA, BSN, RN, NEA-BC, has been named vice president of oncology nursing and operations for Great Lakes Cancer Care Collaborative (GLCCC).
In this role, Harvey coordinates system-wide oncology nursing, and administers and promotes efficient and effective operations of the cancer program. She is responsible for coordinating oncology nursing competencies, education, practice scope, policies and procedures, and ensuring best nursing practices. In addition, Harvey has oversight in the alignment of operations of system-wide strategies, including accreditations, survivorship and supportive care programs, navigation, cancer tumor conferences, and clinical performance groups. She reports directly to Victor Filadora, MD, MBA, president of GLCCC.
Great Lakes Cancer Care Collaborative is a partnership between several organizations – Cancer Care of Western New York, ECMC, Gastroenterology Associates, LLP, General Physician, PC, Great Lakes Medical Imaging, Kaleida Health, UBMD Physicians’ Group, Western New York Urology Associates, Windsong, and the Visiting Nursing Association of Western New York – with the goal to harness the region’s top talent and most advanced technology in a unique collaboration to diagnose, treat and eliminate cancer. By working as a comprehensive, integrated team, we put the best medical minds together to create an individualized treatment plan for each patient to ensure the best possible outcomes.
Harvey most recently worked at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, NY, where she served as vice president of patient care services. She previously held several leadership roles at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ, including: assistant vice president, hospital operations; executive director; and senior director of patient care services.
Harvey has served as a member of executive teams in these roles and provided strategic leadership in service line development, initiation of business plans and execution of growth strategies that achieved strategic growth plan goals, daily management and care coordination of acute hospital care units, physician practice locations, and ambulatory operations. She achieved nursing excellence in quality and practice, and was a driver of safety, engagement and service through evidence-based care and strong collaboration.
Harvey received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, and her Master of Business Administration from Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio.