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Lynda Stanley, FACHE
President & CEO, Dosher Memorial Hospital

Ms. Stanley was Chief Operating Officer of Dosher Hospital from 1986 until 2014, when she became President of the hospital's newly formed Foundation. She graduated from UNC Greensboro with a BS in Medical Technology and has a master's degree in Health Administration from Central Michigan University. Ms. Stanley is a familiar figure at the hospital and in Brunswick County. She is a Fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives. She has been a key figure in the success of the Dosher Hospital Foundation and the formation of the Brunswick Wellness Coalition.

Thomas Holland, MD
Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Holland has a long history with Dosher, having served as a staff physician at Dosher Memorial Hospital for over 23 years. In addition, Dr. Holland was Chief of Staff at Dosher from 2009-2011, served as the Director of the Dosher Skilled Nursing Center from 2000-2013, was a member of the Dosher Medical Executive Committee for six years, and currently serves as the Chair of the hospital's Credentials Committee. Dr. Holland graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and completed his internship and residency at the Charleston Naval Hospital in South Carolina. Dr. Holland is a volunteer physician and past Medical Director of New Hope Clinic in Boiling Spring Lakes and played a key role in establishing the primary care clinic on Oak Island which is now part of the Dosher medical practice network.

Catherine (Kate) Mohr, RN, DNP, NEA-BC
Chief Nursing Officer

Ms. Mohr has an extensive background as a senior healthcare executive with over 26 years in both large academic medical centers and community hospitals. Ms. Mohr came to Dosher after serving as the Executive Vice President/System Chief Nursing Officer of the Guthrie Clinic in Sayre, PA. Prior to that role, Ms. Mohr had served as the Executive Director of the Children's Hospital at Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage Alaska and as the Director of Nursing at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System for Women's and Children's Services and Radiology. Ms. Mohr earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing at the College of New Rochelle, her Master's at Duke University in Durham, and her Doctor of Nursing Practice from American Sentinel University in Aurora, CO. A self-described "Nurse's nurse," Ms. Mohr is passionate about the role nurses play to influence great patient care, and believes that by understanding what is meaningful to the patient, health care professionals can make a greater difference in patient experience and outcome.