Dr. Gannotta is the Chief Executive Officer of Duke Raleigh Hospital, a Consulting Associate at Duke University School of Nursing, and a Graduate Lecturer in the Nursing and Health Leadership specialty of the DUSON MSN Program.
His nursing education includes an ADN from Broward College (1985) and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Nurse Practitioner from Florida International University in 1991. He completed the Johnson & Johnson Fellows Program in Management for Nurse Executives at the Wharton School of Business (University of Pennsylvania) in 1996, an MBA at Campbell University in 1998 and a Doctorate in Health Administration from the Medical University of South Carolina in 2009.
Before joining Duke Raleigh Hospital as Chief Operating Officer in 2006, Dr. Gannotta served in a variety of clinical and administrative roles in the southeast including; ICU nursing, nurse manager, CNO, Senior Vice President of Operations and Patient Care and Administrator.
Dr. Gannotta is a Certified Healthcare Executive (CHE) and a Fellow and Diplomate of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He is a board member and clinical volunteer for Alliance Medical Ministry, which partners with Duke Raleigh Hospital to provide primary care for the working uninsured. He has served as Practitioner at Large for the Academy of Management Healthcare Division, and is an advisory board member for Campbell University's School of Business.
|DHA||Medical University of South Carolina|
|BSN||Florida International University|
|Diplomate||American College of Healthcare Executives Diplomate|
|CHE||Certified Healthcare Executive|
|FACHE||Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives|
2006 Torchbearer Award, Florida International University
2005 Distinguished Alumnus, Florida International University
1996 Johnson & Johnson Fellow, Program in Management for Nurse Executives, Wharton School of Business
1991 Phi Kappa Phi, Florida International University
2010 -- Gannotta, R. J., Zoller, J., Brantley, J., White, A. Perceptions of Medical Directors and Hospital Executives Regarding the Value of Inpatient Integrative Medicine Programs Wake County Physician. April, 2010; 15(2); 16-19
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Summer 2011 | Vol. 7 No. 2
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