Gillian Anderson, MSN, RN, has been appointed chief nursing officer at Beaumont Hospital, Trenton. Effective June 28, she assumes the leadership duties of Sue Schulz, MS, RN, who announced her retirement after 42 years in nursing.
Tammy Scarborough, president of Beaumont, Trenton said, “Gillian will be a wonderful addition to our team. I am confident she will help Beaumont, Trenton achieve excellence as we continue to focus on progressing our campuses and serving our communities with compassionate, extraordinary care.”
Susan Grant, chief nursing officer, Beaumont Health said, “I look forward to working with Gillian and the team at Beaumont, Trenton as they continue their journey toward ANCC Magnet designation and nursing excellence.”
Anderson began her nursing career in Great Britain where she worked in a Level l Emergency Department for Eastbourne District General Hospital. Her nursing career in the UK includes experience working in medical/surgical units, a group home psychiatric setting, primary care office and a nursing home setting.
From 2007-2011, Anderson worked at Ascension Providence Hospital in Novi where she collaborated in opening a new innovative emergency department. She transitioned to Henry Ford Allegiance Health where she was instrumental in achieving their first Magnet nursing designation and developed a nursing residency for the critical care division.
Anderson comes to Beaumont after serving as administrative director of Nursing for Detroit Medical Center, Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital.
She earned her master’s and bachelor’s in nursing and is currently pursuing a doctorate in nursing practice.