Putnam Community Medical Center Acquires CNO, Denise Moland, from West Florida.

Putnam Community Medical Center, an HCA North Florida hospital, recently appointed Denise Moland as Chief Nursing Officer. Moland will begin her new role with the 99-bed acute care hospital on October 15, 2018.

Denise comes to PCMC with nearly 20 years of experience in nursing leadership. Denise most recently served as Assistant Chief Nursing Officer at West Florida Hospital in Pensacola, a facility in the same HCA North Florida Division as PCMC. She previously served in leadership roles at other HCA hospitals in Tennessee and Missouri.

In addition to her involvement in several community and professional organizations, Denise obtained her Master’s in Business Administration, and her Master’s in Healthcare Leadership from Friends University in Wichita, KS. Prior to that she received her Bachelors in Science and Nursing from Newman University, also in Wichita. Denise is also a Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Denise and her husband, Dan, have five children and seven grandchildren. Putnam Community Medical Center is pleased to welcome Denise in her new role with Putnam Community Medical Center as well as welcoming her family to the Palatka community.

Denise is an exciting addition to our team at Putnam Community Medical Center! The initiatives and work that she has implemented over her years of nursing leadership, all speak to her heart of caring for community. We believe she will be a beacon of HCA’s mission statement: Above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of Human Life.
Mark Dooley, CEO - Putnam Community Medical Center