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Liberty Hospital names Regenia Stull Chief Nursing Officer

Hospital news | Monday, February 7, 2022

Regenia Stull, DNP, MSN, RN, CNL-C, has joined Liberty Hospital as chief nursing officer. Stull brings more than 20 years of nursing leadership experience to her new role. Stull will assume responsibility for developing strategies for clinical quality, safety and patient experience. In addition, she will provide leadership for the recruitment and retention of nursing staff to Liberty Hospital.

“Regenia will lead a tremendous team of nurses at Liberty Hospital, and focus on advancing the practice of nursing and the patient experience here,” said David Feess, hospital president and CEO. “We look forward to Regenia’s leadership and guidance as we work to meet the growing need for high-quality healthcare in the Northland in a personalized, caring environment.”

Prior to joining the hospital, Regenia served as interim chief nursing officer for Allen Parish Community Hospital in Louisiana. Stull also spent six years with the Blessing Health System in Illinois as Associative Chief Nursing Officer. In both roles, she demonstrated success by driving improved nursing satisfaction scores, reducing turnover and building effective employee recognition programs. A Missouri native, Regenia is excited to return to the Midwest and continue her career at Liberty Hospital.