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Bayhealth Leader Recognized for Achievement


Bayhealth congratulates Donna Stinson, FACHE, administrative director of operations for the oncology service line, on receiving the Healthcare Leadership Network of the Delaware Valley’s Administrative Achievement Award. This peer-nominated award recognizes outstanding achievement in healthcare leadership.

Since joining Bayhealth in 2005, Stinson has been responsible for system wide oncology program development and operations for Bayhealth Kent General, Milford Memorial, and the Bayhealth Cancer Institute.

Among other achievements at Bayhealth, Stinson collaborated with senior executives to create and incorporate the Cancer Institute and developed an employed oncology practice with seven physicians.

“It is truly rewarding to be recognized for my contributions and service to patient care, the community, and the profession,” said Stinson.

Prior to her current role at Bayhealth, Stinson was vice president, client services, for WMSH Marketing Communications in Haddonfield, NJ. Before that, she was administrative director for oncology services for the Cooper Health System in Camden, NJ.
She also teaches at Goldey-Beacom College in Wilmington, Del., where she is an instructor in the MBA program for health care legal issues.

Stinson is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, a member of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, a board member of the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, co-chair of the HLNDV Communications Committee, a member of HLNDV’s board of directors, and a member of the Delaware Regents Advisory Council.

Stinson has served as a board or committee member for a number of organizations including the Moorestown Visiting Nurses and Hospice, American Cancer Society and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

She received her bachelor of science degree in business administration from Rowan University and her master of public administration degree from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.

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