BSA LifeStructures Hires Ops Planner

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Theresa "Teri" Joy Theresa "Teri" Joy

BSA LifeStructures has hired Theresa "Teri" Joy as senior healthcare operations planner. She will provide her combined expertise in clinical and hospital operations to the firm's healthcare market. Joy will work side-by-side with healthcare facilities to improve their processes, eliminate unnecessary redundancies, focus on value-added steps and streamline their workflows.

She is a registered nurse in Indiana with more than 25 years of experience and Certified Emergency Nurse and Trauma Certified Registered Nurse certifications. Joy started her professional career as a clinical staff nurse in the orthopedic/neurosurgical unit and cardiac surgery recovery unit at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. From there she moved to Eskenazi Health as a staff nurse II and worked in the Emergency Room/Level I Trauma Center, eventually becoming the director of trauma services, orthopedic services, perioperative services, and clinical education.

Joy has been very active in the medical community. She has given many presentations and has published articles in prominent medical journals such as the Journal of Trauma Nursing and the Journal of Nursing Administration.

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