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Angela Rennalls-Atkinson

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Employment History


  • M.B.A. , Management
    Long Island University
  • B.S. , Nursing
    City College of New York
  • M.S. , Community Health
    Long Island University
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Schneider Regional Medical ..., 21 Oct 2013 [cached]
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Schneider Regional Medical Center: Angela Rennalls-Atkinson, Interim Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer
In discussing the difficulties Schneider has in keeping pace with the changing healthcare paradigm, Angela Rennalls-Atkinson, interim chief executive officer and chief operating officer, emphasized two characteristics of Schneider's care team: its genuinely united teamwork and its focus on patient care.
Rennalls-Atkinson said Schneider is currently facing two challenges that directly affect these discussions: financial constraints and aging infrastructure.
"We really don't have capital to meet all infrastructure upgrades and the regulatory requirements for affordable care," she said.
No matter what an organization's challenges may be, in healthcare, Rennalls-Atkinson said, it's always about the patients and creating solutions for those challenges that also ensure continued improvement.
"Yes, it's difficult to run a facility that is unrealistically categorized," she said, "however, we are meeting and exceeding in our composite scores for core quality measures."
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Newsroom - Press Releases, 1 Aug 2013 [cached]
SRMC COO, Angela Rennalls - Atkinson retires after 10 years of Service
Press Release Details > Schneider Regional Medical Center Names Angela Rennalls-Atkinson Interim CEO, 17 Dec 2011 [cached]
COO Angela Rennalls-Atkinson ST. THOMAS â€" Schneider Regional Medical Center announced Saturday that Chief Operations Officer Angela Rennalls-Atkinson will serve as interim Chief Executive Officer starting Jan. 1, 2012.
Governing Board Chairman Cornel Williams shared the selection during the monthly meeting of the Territorial Hospital Board, whose members approved the choice.
Rennalls-Atkinson will take over the responsibiities of outgoing CEO Alice Taylor, who submitted her resignation in October.
Rennalls-Atkinson started working for SRMC in 2003 as Vice President of Nursing and Patient Care Services. Prior to that, she had held numerous leadership positions at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital in New York, NY. She has her B.S. in Nursing from City College of New York, her M.S. in Community Health from Long Island University, and her M.B.A. in Management, with distinction, from Long Island University.
In 2007, SRMC promoted Rennalls-Atkinson to the position Chief Operations Officer. Chairman Williams said Rennalls-Atkinson handled that job with competency, professionalism and a commitment to going above and beyond.
“Ms. Atkinson filled those roles admirably,†Williams said.
Since January of this year, Rennalls-Atkinson has also served as Chief Nursing Officer. Over the next two weeks, Rennalls-Atkinson and Taylor will draft an interim plan for handling the CNO and COO duties Rennalls-Atkinson currently performs.
Rennalls-Atkinson said she will continue to work on the board's priorities of meeting clinical excellence, improving the customer experience, and facing the tough financial challenges that are certainly ahead.
Although the Senate forgave between $27 ..., 1 Feb 2012 [cached]
Although the Senate forgave between $27 million and $28 million of Schneider's debt, the hospital's interim CEO Angela Rennalls-Atkinson said the continued cuts to the hospital's General Fund appropriations is impairing the hospital. She said the hospital already was unhappy when the Senate approved a Fiscal Year 2012 budget appropriation of $22.5 million because it was $2.5 million less than was requested by the governor.
In December, the Executive Branch notified the hospital that the budget was further reduced by $641,430 - which resulted in cutting 11 positions. Rennalls-Atkinson said some were funded vacant positions, but at least four employees had to be terminated.
Last week, the hospital received notice that their budget is being cut again - this time by another $732,153 - bringing the total annual budget allotment to about $21.1 million.
Reductions in staffing levels will force the hospital to hire contractors - which cost triple what a permanent employee does - to continue the hospital's services, Rennalls-Atkinson said.
"This and any further reduction in allotments will definitely impair SRMC's ability to maintain its current level and full scope of services," she said.
- Contact reporter Aldeth Lewin at 714-9111 or email THOMAS - Senators were upset Tuesday to learn that the hospitals were asked to use a form letter to dismiss employees that blames the 29th Legislature for the terminations.
Schneider Hospital Chief Executive Officer Angela Rennalls-Atkinson said in December she was notified by the executive branch that the hospital's $22.5 million General Fund operating budget - which primarily is used to pay employees - was being cut by $641,430.
When Adams gave the letters to Rennalls-Atkinson to sign, Rennalls-Atkinson did not like the language and asked if it could be changed.
Virgin Islands, Virgin Islands Newspaper, A Pulitzer Prize Winning Newspaper, Virgin Islands Guide, Virgin Islands Info, 26 July 2005 [cached]
Angela Rennalls-Atkinson, chief nursing officer at Schneider Hospital, said the program seems to be effective.
"I was told it was working well," Rennalls-Atkinson said.
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