Haynes named FCMH emergency dept. director


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Sabra Haynes has been promoted to the position of director of the FCMH emergency department.

Sabra Haynes has been promoted to the position of director of the FCMH emergency department.


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Fayette County Memorial Hospital (FCMH) has promoted Sabra Haynes to the position of director of the emergency department.

Haynes has been with FCMH for 12 years, beginning as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) with Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and working in various positions in the emergency department before being named department leader.

As director, Haynes is responsible for improving patient safety and satisfaction, ensuring proper staffing levels, providing necessary training, overseeing the annual department budget and working with other departments within the organization.

A graduate of Miami Trace High School, she has associate’s degrees in emergency medicine and nursing as well as bachelors in nursing from Ohio University. Haynes is also a certified emergency medical technician and firefighter. The promotion took place earlier in the year.

“Sabra is very dedicated to this organization and has the experience, from EMT through the emergency department, to be an effective leader in emergency medicine,” said FCMH CEO Mike Diener. “She has made a seamless transition. Both FCMH and the patients that come through the emergency room are fortunate to have her in this position.”

Fayette County Memorial Hospital is a 25-bed, critical access hospital with over 30 health care providers and over 400 employees. FCMH offers a full spectrum of health care services including same day care, specialty clinic, surgery center, therapy services and women’s wellness center.

Sabra Haynes has been promoted to the position of director of the FCMH emergency department.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/09/web1_SabraHaynes.EDDirector.jpgSabra Haynes has been promoted to the position of director of the FCMH emergency department. Courtesy photo

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