Hard Work Pays Off for Terri-Anne Bone

February 22, 2016

Terri-Anne Bone has been promoted to 

vice president for performance improvement

OKLAHOMA CITY – More than a decade after first starting at Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City, Terri-Anne Bone has been promoted to vice president for performance improvement over Oklahoma City, Watonga, El Reno, Logan County and Kingfisher.

Bone first began her career at Mercy in 2002 when she started as a quality manager. She returned in 2010 as the executive director of quality. Since then, Bone has led Mercy to rank in the top 10 percent nationally for clinical quality measures.

“Terri-Anne has been a passionate champion for quality and performance improvement during her time at Mercy,” said Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City president, Jim Gebhart. “Her promotion is hard earned and well deserved.”

Bone has more than 30 years experience in health care. She says her love of people and patients keep her going.

“This is a wonderful opportunity to continue doing what I love,” Bone said. “I’m excited to further the mission of Mercy in an expanded capacity.”

In addition to medical staff services, home health, hospice and care management, Bone will continue to oversee quality management, the department that first started her career at Mercy.

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