Richmond, Va. (Dec. 1, 2016) – Bonnie Barbini, vice-president of Quality & Risk Management at John Randolph Medical Center, recently was awarded the Mary Leland Award from Central Virginia Health Services (CVHS).
Named for one of the original board members of CVHS, the award recognizes an individual for their advocacy efforts and raising health awareness in the community.
“I am proud of Bonnie’s leadership and integrity in ensuring that individuals receive the best access to care in our region,” said Suzanne Jackson, CEO of John Randolph Medical Center. “She is a true champion of promoting high quality healthcare and awareness for our patients at John Randolph as well as for our surrounding communities.”
As vice-president of Quality & Risk Management, Barbini is responsible for maintaining the hospital’s focus on managing patient outcomes and process improvement; overseeing activities to directly improve outcomes and meeting the Value Base Purchasing metrics. She also serves as a mentor to hospital and medical staff departments in facilitating and supporting their department specific quality management activities.
In addition, Barbini leads her quality and risk team in developing and implementing programs, initiatives and improvement strategies that ensure consistency and compliance with applicable laws, regulations and other governmental requirements. She is active in her church and in the community, as president of the Hopewell Prince-George Advisory Council.
“I’m so pleased to be working with Bonnie. She has been a tireless advocate on behalf of the Hopewell-Prince George Community Health Center,” said Sheena Mackenzie, development director of Central Virginia Health Services. “She’s tremendous and her energy and enthusiasm have really helped us raise our profile and be seen more visibly in this community.”