February 23 2015
HAINES – The SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) is pleased to welcome Mary Crann, RN, MSN, OCN as the new Clinic Administrator at the Haines Health Center. She comes to SEARHC from the Calaway Young Cancer Center at Valley View, Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Mary also spent a portion of her career working at prestigious institutions such as Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland.
Among her many accomplishments, Mary has experience as a clinical nurse manager in an ambulatory setting and was member of the leadership team responsible for all strategic planning for a rapidly expanding new cancer center. Along with a master’s degree in nursing and an oncology specialty certification, she also has experience in patient centered physician practice, nursing systems, risk management, patient and staff education, and quality improvement processes with more than seven years of progressive leadership experience.
Mary moved to Haines with her 8 year old cat, Nayla and her 9 month old Australian shepherd, Chrome. She is a passionate trail runner, cross country skier, and hiker. After vacationing in Sitka, Gustavus, and Juneau, she was thrilled to make the move to Southeast Alaska. She began her employment with SEARHC in late 2014, and the organiztion looks forward to her leadership in Haines.
Ms. Crann said, “Moving to Haines is a dream come true and I hope as the clinic administrator in Haines and Klukwan that I can make a difference in the health of both communities.”