Orange Park Medical Center adds Sean McAfee, Assistant Chief Nursing Officer to their senior leadership team. The addition to the team comes at a time the hospital is preparing for a year of growth and expansion at both Orange Park Medical Center and into West Jacksonville.
Sean has been with the HCA Healthcare for four years where he most recently served as the Director of Infection Prevention and Control at Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville. He spent his years prior as a leader in critical care, emergency and hemodialysis. The Assistant Chief Nursing Officer will partner with the hospital's Chief Nursing Officer to support the nursing staff while focusing on the patient experience and clinical initiatives as the hospital continues to grow with community it serves.
In 2018, Orange Park Medical Center will be investing in a number of projects that will support the fierce need the organization has been seeing in Orange Park and West Jacksonville. The projects include a free-standing emergency room to be located in West Jacksonville, a new electrophysiology lab that will be used to diagnose and treat conditions related to irregular heart rhythms, a new post anesthesia care unit, additional level 2 neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) beds, new MRI and CT scan space and two new medical office buildings.
Sean has his Bachelors of Science in Nursing from University of North Florida and his Masters of Science in Nursing from University of Phoenix. He also served as a Certified Surgical Technologist in the U.S. Army and Corpsman in the U.S. Navy Reserves.