Rowlett-based Lake Pointe Health Network recently appointed Jeanne Reeves as its new chief nursing officer.
Reeves is responsible for advising and ensuring outstanding patient care along with improving LPHN’s quality indicator performance.
“Lake Pointe is especially honored to have Jeanne Reeves as its new CNO,” said Brett Lee, chief executive officer for LPHN. “More than two decades of experience in progressive managerial, administrative and executive roles in the healthcare industry, coupled with her commitment to excellence and quality patient care, make Jeanne an invaluable addition to our organization.”
Prior to working with LPHN, Reeves served as vice president of patient care at Methodist Mansfield Medical Center for seven years, where she was responsible for perpetuating the hospital’s mission and enhancing patient care. Additionally, Reeves participated with the governing board, medical staff, and management in the organization’s strategic planning processes and managed operations and administration of all clinical departments. She also was responsible for overseeing credentialing and peer review activities for allied health professionals and physician employed paramedical staff at an executive level.