DCHC Names New Chief Nursing Officer
Davis County Hospital & Clinics (DCHC) is pleased to announce that Nikki Thordarson, MSN, RN, EMT-P has joined their leadership team as their new Chief Nursing Officer.
In her new role, Nikki will lead the overall clinical and administrative operations and strategy for patient cares services. Thordarson joins DCHC from the Education, Infection Prevention & Wellness Coordinator role at DCHC.
“We are excited to welcome Nikki to the DCHC leadership team,” said Veronica Fuhs, Chief Executive Officer at DCHC. “Her kind, visible leadership style, as well as her ability to foster strong communication and collaboration across all interdisciplinary teams including nurses and physicians, will be a great asset in achieving our vision to provide dedicated, compassion healthcare to our community.”
“I’m looking forward to working with the team on further developing the hospital’s excellent, and compassionate culture,” said Thordarson. “My approach is to consistently find ways for team members to support each other in pursuing our goals. The role of nursing is critical in providing excellence in patient care and significantly impacts hospitals operations.”
Nikki and her husband, Nathan, have lived in Bloomfield for 14 years. Nathan, originally from Bloomfield, also serves on the historical commission for Davis County. Nikki and Nathan have three children, Taylor (17), Brandon (15), and Harper (7).
Thordarson has a wide breadth of clinical experience in rural and tertiary healthcare care facilities. She brings a wealth of knowledge on education and experience for health care workers, and we are thrilled to have her on our team,” said Fuhs.