St. John Medical Center Names Avon Resident as New Human Resources Manager

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St. John Medical Center (SJMC) has selected Amy Wing, PHR, as its new Human Resources Manager. Amy began her new position in early September 2013.

“We are pleased to welcome Amy to our hospital family,” says William A. Young Jr., president and CEO of St. John Medical Center.  “Her knowledge and skills will help maintain and enhance the organization’s human resources by planning, implementing, and evaluating employee relations and human resources policies, programs, and practices.”

Wing is an accomplished human resources leader with extensive experience in employee relations, performance management, change management, recruitment/selection, policy development and interpretation, regulatory compliance and reporting, and training.

A resident of Avon, Wing comes to St. John Medical Center from Safeguard Properties LLC, the largest privately held mortgage field services company in the country. She served as Safeguard’s Human Resources Manager, leading a staff of five and managing employee relations for 1,600 employees nationwide. She started at Safeguard in 1999, first as a recruiter and HR generalist, before becoming Human Resources Manager in 2007. She previously served as a recruiter at Oracle Corporation and New Resources Corporation.

“With her rich and varied experience, Amy will serve as a tremendous asset to St. John Medical Center,” says Jason R. Elliott, SPHR, Vice President, Human Resources for University Hospitals. “She will contribute to the hospital’s ability to grow and attract the best employees.”

Wing received her bachelor’s degree at Kent State University and has PHR (Professional in Human Resources) certification from the Human Resource Certification Institute. She is an active member in the Society for Human Resource Management and the Cleveland Society for Human Resource Management.

St. John Medical Center is a 194-bed medical facility with 1,300 employees, 400 volunteers, and a medical staff of nearly 600. Co-owned by University Hospitals and the Sisters of Charity Health System, the medical center is a nationally recognized Catholic healthcare provider as well as a teaching hospital affiliated with the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine.

 

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