March 28, 2019
WICHITA – Wesley Medical Center has named critical care services director, Jamie Logan, to serve as its new associate chief nursing officer.
“Jamie has been instrumental in developing not only her critical care service line, but also in building an extremely successful leadership team,” said Judith Murphy, Wesley Healthcare chief nursing officer. “She recently helped Wesley obtain its STS 3 Star rating for cardiac bypass surgery and aortic valve replacement, as well as open Wesley’s first neurocritical care ICU. We look forward to all she will contribute in her new role.”
Logan will be responsible for all adult inpatient care areas that include acute care, critical care, procedure room and CMU. She also will assist in the development of nursing policies and procedures and assist the chief nursing officer with nurse recruitment, retention, training and quality assurance.
Logan received her associates in applied science nursing degree from Butler Community College and transitioned to a registered nurse. She was promoted to assistant nurse manager in 2012 and then to unit manager in 2013 before being named director of Wesley’s critical care services in 2017. She received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Tabor College in 2011 and is currently working on a master’s degree in healthcare management at Friends University.
“I am very excited about this new opportunity,” Logan said. “The hospital has been home to me for my entire career and blessed me with so many opportunities to grow and develop as a professional leader in the healthcare field.”
Logan has served in her community as a team captain for the American Heart Association and as a volunteer with Good Samaritan Mobile Care.
For more information about Wesley Medical Center and its services, please visit www.wesleymc.com.