Marsilio, Wuchter Named to Top Posts at Good Shepherd Specialty Hospital
Allentown, PA – Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network recently named Lisa Marsilio, M.B.A., as administrator and Greg Wuchter, M.S.N., as director of nursing of the Good Shepherd Specialty Hospital, Bethlehem.
In their new roles, Marsilio and Wuchter will provide clinical and administrative leadership at the Specialty Hospital, a long-term acute care facility that provides extended medical and nursing care for patients with complex medical needs.
Marsilio has served as the interim administrator of the Specialty Hospital since November 2008. From January 2005 until that time, she served as assistant administrator of the Specialty Hospital. Her Good Shepherd career began in 1994 as a nurse liaison. Marsilio has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Muhlenberg College and a Master of Business Administration from DeSales University.
As administrator, Marsilio will develop collaboration among medical, nursing and administrative staffs, manage the fiscal operations of the Specialty Hospital, implement strategies to build census, maintain buildings and equipment, develop strategic goals and lead the facility’s staff.
Wuchter has served as clinical nurse manager at the Specialty Hospital since November 2008. He has more than 14 years of nursing management experience, including 7 years as a captain in the United States Army Nurse Corps. Wuchter has a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Cedar Crest College and a Master of Science in Nursing from La Salle University.
As director of nursing, Wuchter will serve as a clinical leader in the Specialty Hospital. He will oversee the implementation of best clinical practices, track patient outcomes and lead the professional practice of clinicians.
The Good Shepherd Specialty Hospital, also known as a long-term acute care hospital, is a 32-bed unit for patients who are medically stable but need extended medical and nursing care. Services include ventilator weaning, transitional rehabilitation, complex medical care and complex wound rehabilitation. For more information, visit www.GoodShepherdRehab.org.