Franciscan Hospital for Children Welcomes Vice President of Human Resources Department
Boston (February 4, 2012) – Franciscan Hospital for Children is pleased to announce the hiring of Nancy Murphy as Vice President of Human Resources. Murphy will be bringing her well rounded portfolio of skills as a Human Capital Consultant to Franciscan.
We’re excited for Nancy to join our Human Resources Department,” said Franciscan Hospital for Children’s CEO, John Nash. “We know her background at a variety of strong organizations will assist in providing immediate impact on our greatest asset as a hospital – our staff. It’s a pleasure to add her to our team.”
Murphy brings nearly 30 years of experience to Franciscan Hospital for Children. In her past experiences, Nancy has provided strategic, operational and project-oriented deliverables which impacted business results for companies including Fidelity Investments, State Street Corporation and John Hancock Financial Services. For Franciscan, she will provide leadership for the HR function by aligning business goals with HR strategies to maximize the hospital’s Human Capital and drive bottom line results.
Murphy attended Assumption College in Worcester, MA where she received her Bachelor’s degree, graduating Cum Laude. A resident of Wellesley, MA, Murphy is married with grown children.
“I’m excited to join the Human Resources Department at Franciscan Hospital for Children,” said Nancy of her new position. “Like the rest of our staff, I am committed to the care and education of children with special needs. I consider the opportunity to work for such a well-respected member of the Boston medical community an honor and privilege.”
About Franciscan Hospital for Children:
Franciscan Hospital for Children, located in Boston’s neighborhood of Brighton, is the leading pediatric rehabilitation center in New England. The hospital offers medical, behavioral and educational services for 15,000 children with complex issues requiring interdisciplinary care each year. For more information on the hospital, visit www.franciscanchildrens.org.
Kelli Fletcher, Regan Communications