Elizabeth (Beth) Hale is a creative and innovative nursing leader with a career spanning acute and ambulatory settings.
Beth began her nursing career as a Staff Nurse at St Peter’s Hospital in Albany, NY. She quickly assumed leadership roles as Primary Care Manager and Assistant Nurse Manager.
Beth relocated to New Hampshire in 1995, and she held positions at St Joseph’s Hospital as Nursing Director specializing in Oncology and Breast Care.
After leaving St Joseph’s Hospital, Beth assumed the role of Administrative Director of Nursing Systems and Support at Catholic Medical Center in Manchester, NH.
Beth then was appointed into the role of VP Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Officer for Elliot Hospital in Manchester, NH.
She then relocated to MA and was appointed VP Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Officer at Lawrence General Hospital in Lawrence, MA.
Currently, Beth is the Chief Clinical Officer of the Lowell Community Health Center in Lowell, MA - where she most recently assumed responsibility for Incident Commander in the COVID-19 Pandemic response.
Beth received her Doctor of Nursing Practice from the University of New Hampshire in 2019.