HCA West Florida Division October 17, 2018

Stephanie McNulty, MHA, FACHE

Tampa – Stephanie McNulty, MHA, FACHE, has been promoted to Ethics & Compliance Officer (ECO) for HCA West Florida, effective November 26, 2018. She is currently the Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Largo Medical Center where she has led strategic planning and growth initiatives, and served as the facility ECO for the past two years.

“We look forward to the energy, experience and perspective Stephanie will bring to our team and to her new role,” explained Ravi Chari, MD, President of HCA West Florida. “We have a strong value-based Ethics and Compliance program which supports our culture of caring. Stephanie’s success at the facility level will drive our ongoing efforts as an industry leader, which includes being named one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere for nine consecutive years.”

Stephanie McNulty served as the COO and ECO at St. Petersburg General Hospital for ten years prior to joining Largo and before that was the Associate Administrator at Regional Medical Center in Hudson, Florida. She served her Administrative Residency at HCA Henrico Doctors’ Hospital in Richmond, Virginia, and Health Policy Internship at the Virginia Department of Health, Center for Primary Care and Rural Care Health.

Stephanie is an alumna of Florida State University, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Biological Science and Nutrition/Fitness, while also serving as Senior Class President and President of FSU’s Kappa Delta. She attended Virginia Commonwealth University, earning her Masters of Health Administration. Her high school career included being Captain of the 1994 State Finalist Gainesville High School Volleyball Team.

Since 2004, she is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a Founding Board Member of the College’s West Florida Chapter. She currently serves on the Largo Library Foundation Board and Leadership Pinellas Class of 2018. Stephanie and her husband Matthew live in Northeast St. Petersburg with their young twin sons, Coleman and Dylan.