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Fenway Health Announces Danielle R. Jenkins, MBA, RN, BSN, CRNI, As Permanent Director of Nursing

Danielle R. Jenkins

Fenway Health is pleased to announce Danielle R. Jenkins, MBA, RN, BSN, CRNI (pronouns, she/her/hers) as permanent Director of Nursing. She joined Fenway Health in October in an interim role and has already made significant strides in leading nursing department staff.

“Danielle, a seasoned health care executive, is truly an asset to Fenway Health, our clients and patients, and the communities we serve,” said Chief Operating Officer Jordina Shanks. “She has successfully led nursing initiatives and works collaboratively across the organization to develop and implement plans to improve patient care, safety, and quality.”

“Fenway Health is an amazing organization and I’m honored to lead such a great team,” said Jenkins. “We are committed to achieving the best patient outcomes possible through team-based care, continued implementation of our new Epic Electronic Health Records system, and more.”

Danielle brings with her 20+ years of experience directing all facets of nursing administrations with a focus on educating, leading, and innovating health care solutions in the interest of achieving exceptional clinical outcomes. She had leadership responsibilities for operational and clinical oversight for multiple outpatient locations for infectious diseases and internal medicine. Danielle is experienced in the team-based approach to patient care and the launching of new office-based infusion clinics across multiple states.

Danielle holds an MBA from Capella University, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Texas-Arlington, and an Associate of Science in Nursing from Charity-Delgado School of Nursing.

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