To better serve our community and patients, Greene County General Hospital (GCGH) has promoted Jill Raines, MBA, MSN, RN, former Director of Quality, to serve as Chief of Clinical Quality. Jill’s role will include providing strategic leadership in a senior executive position, responsible for all clinical functions and quality in the organization.
Jill is a life-long resident of Greene County and graduated from Shakamak High School. Jill began her career at Greene County General Hospital in 2003 where she served as an obstetrical and emergency department nurse and house supervisor. Jill received an Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) from Vincennes University in 1996. She continued her education at Indiana Wesleyan University obtaining her BSN in 2013, and her MSN and MBA in 2017. Jill is a member of the Indiana Organization for Nursing Leadership and serves as the district’s Treasurer. Additionally, she serves on the State Program Committee. Jill is a Board Member at Large for the Indiana Association for Healthcare Quality and has served on the Bethel Youth Camp Board of Directors for the past 10 years.
GCGH is committed to continuously improving our patients’ experiences. Not only are we expanding services to provide better care close to home, we are working to improve outcomes by providing a safe and comfortable environment with excellent patient care. The Chief of Clinical Quality supports the development and implementation of quality assurance measurements. Jill will audit and assist in improving clinical management processes by coordinating and engaging in activities. This proactively promotes the implementation of evidence based best practices and resolve deficiencies. This role will also enhance communication across clinical departments.