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West Boca Medical Center Appoints New Director of Emergency Services

Apr 27, 2018

West Boca Medical Center promotes Tracey Brown, R.N. as its new director of emergency services.  In her new role, Brown will be responsible for managing the clinical nursing staff and administrative planning for emergency services.

“As someone who has worked at West Boca Medical Center for the past eight years in our emergency department, we are confident Tracey will continue to lead both our adult and pediatric ER’s to provide quality care,” said chief executive officer Mitch Feldman.   “Her expertise will benefit our patients, staff and continue to enhance West Boca Medical Center.”

Prior to her appointment to director of emergency, Tracey served as the assistant director of the emergency department at West Boca.  As assistant director, her responsibilities included overseeing and managing the staff for the satellite emergency department in Coconut Creek.  Tracey received her Bachelor’s degree from Jacksonville University, before earning her Master’s degree from Columbia Southern University in Orange Beach, Alabama.