Memorial Hospital welcomes new Chief Nursing Officer, David Threatt
Memorial Hospital is proud to welcome David Threatt, DNP, MSHI, RN, NE-BC as its new Chief Nursing Officer (CNO).
Memorial Hospital of Jacksonville is proud to welcome David Threatt, DNP, MSHI, RN, NE-BC as its new Chief Nursing Officer (CNO).
Previously, Threatt was the CNO at Coliseum Medical Centers since February, 2020 and began at Coliseum as their Assistant Chief Nursing Officer in June of 2018. He has served in various leadership roles within HCA Healthcare’s South Atlantic Division since 2012. Among them, Division Director of Labor Management and Division Director of Clinical Informatics/Analytics. Prior to joining HCA Healthcare, Threatt worked as a senior consultant at Innovative Consulting Group and as a registered nurse in the Progressive Care ICU at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC.
Threatt earned his Doctorate of Nursing Practice in the Nurse Executive Leadership and Innovations program, and his Masters of Health Informatics from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. He has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and an Associate Degree in Nursing from Central Piedmont Community College. Threatt is a Board Certified Nurse Executive (NE-BC), a member of HCA Healthcare’s Executive Development Program (EDP) class of 2020, and a 2018 Capstone winner for HCA Healthcare Leadership Institute’s ACNO Advanced Leadership Program.