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GCONL - Greater Cleveland Organization for Nursing Leadership

OONELogoThe Greater Cleveland Organization for Nursing Leadership, an affiliate chapter of the Ohio Organization for Nursing Leadership, was formed in 2004 by Northeast Ohio nurse leaders to promote nursing leadership, influence the position of quality healthcare and access, and redesign nursing delivery systems. As a center of excellence for clinical leadership, GCONL improves healthcare through legislation, education, technology, research, consultation, networking and information sharing.

Membership

Nurse executives and leaders within the Greater Cleveland-area, which includes Lorain, Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula counties, are invited to join GCONL. Join today and start making a difference in the future of nursing! Membership includes two years for 2022-2023.

If your institution is a member of the Ohio Hospital Association, you are eligible to receive a free OONL membership. For more information, visit the OONL website.

View our Chapter Bylaws.

2022 Meeting Information

GCONL Chapter Officers

President
Karen Gates, DNP, RN, NE-BC
Vice President of Operations & Nursing
Cleveland Clinic - Akron General Lodi Hospital

President Emeritus
Janet Schuster, DNP, RN
Chief Nursing Officer
Cleveland Clinic – Lutheran Hospital (Retired)
President-Elect
Jody Blessing, MS, BSN, CNML
Chief Nursing Officer
St. Vincent Charity Medical Center

Treasurer
Sherri Stephens, MSN, RN
Nurse Manager
Cleveland Clinic – Lutheran Hospital
Secretary
Regina Schneider, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, CNOR
Director of Nursing, Acute Care Services
Cleveland Clinic – South Pointe Hospital

 


For additional information on The Greater Cleveland Organization for Nursing Leadership, contact Tracy Wise at 216.255.3695 or via email.

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