Woodland Park – Pikes Peak Regional Hospital (PPRH) announced Marsha Sensat has been chosen as the facility’s new Chief Nursing Officer (CNO). Sensat started as CNO March14. Her areas of responsibility include education, emergency services, inpatient care services, laboratory, pharmacy, respiratory therapy, surgical services and the hospital’s trauma program.
Sensat comes to PPRH from Texas where she was most recently Director of Women’s Services at Pearland Medical Center in Pearland, TX. She was also part of the startup team which was responsible for the opening of that new facility. Prior to Pearland, Sensat was Director of Maternal Child Health at East Houston Regional Medical Center in Houston, TX. From 2006-2009 she was Director of Inpatient Services at Aspen Valley Hospital, a Critical Access Hospital in Aspen, CO. Overall, Sensat brings nearly 25 years of nursing experience to PPRH.
“We are pleased to have Marsha join the PPRH team. Her broad clinical background and her Critical Access Hospital experience will be strong assets,” said Kim Monjesky, CEO.
“I am confident this experience and her leadership qualities will be very positive for the entire hospital as we strengthen our charge to provide high quality top-rated healthcare.”
About Pikes Peak Regional Hospital:
Pikes Peak Regional Hospital and Surgery Center, is an acute care, critical access, community built hospital specializing in General Surgery, Orthopedics, Ophthalmology, Reconstructive and Plastic Surgery, Physical Therapy, Diagnostic Imaging, and Laboratory services. The fully equipped Emergency Department is a certified Level IV Trauma Center that is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week providing short wait times and convenient access. The hospital also operates Pikes Peak Family Medicine, a family practice center in Woodland Park and Woodland Park Surgical Associates, a General Surgery practice.