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Mercy appoints three new vice presidents

Mercy appoints three new vice presidents


SIOUX CITY -- Mercy Medical Center has announced the appointment of three new vice presidents. 

Lea Greathouse will assume the role of vice president of mission, marketing and foundation. In this new role, Greathouse will provide leadership for Marketing, Advocacy, The Mercy Foundation, and Mercy Child Advocacy Center, as well as Community Benefit and Mission Integration. 

Lea Greathouse


Greathouse has been with Mercy Medical Center since 2001 in the role of executive director of the Mercy Medical Center Foundation. Greathouse obtained her BS and MSE from Wayne State College.

Timothy Daugherty has been named vice president of operations and strategic planning. Daugherty will have responsibility for Business Development and Clinical Services as well as the Mercy Network Hospitals.

Timothy Daugherty


Daugherty is an accomplished healthcare executive with more than 25 years of experience in a wide variety of healthcare systems and stand-alone hospitals. He comes to Mercy Sioux City from Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Daugherty earned a BS from Illinois Wesleyan University and a MBA from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Julie Anfinson has been promoted to vice president of support services and human resources. Anfinson will have responsibility for Human Resources, Facilities, Education, Environmental Services, Nutritional Care, Safety and Security.

Julie Anfinson


Anfinson has been with Mercy Medical Center since 1988 and the director of human resources since 1999. Anfinson holds a BSN from Briar Cliff University and a MHA from Des Moines University.

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