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Amy Freeman, MS

President & Chief Executive Officer
Providence Hospital
1150 Varnum Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017
Phone: 202/269-7136
E-mail: Amy.freeman@provhosp.org

Amy Freeman, MS, returned to Providence Hospital in March 2010 after having made significant contributions at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland, and Allegheny General in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. At Mercy Medical Center, Ms. Freeman was an instrumental part of the senior management team that introduced new strategic thinking and operational capabilities to revitalize patient care, quality, and growth. During her 17-year tenure at Mercy, she served as senior vice president of Patient Care Services and executive vice president. She initiated the award-winning "Have Mercy on the Earth" program, promoting environmental responsibility and sustainability.

Ms. Freeman received her master of science degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and bachelor of science in nursing from The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC. She also studied philosophy, theology, and ethics at Mount Saint Mary's College in Emmitsburg, Maryland. She is a Greater Baltimore Committee Leadership Program graduate and served on the Baltimore City Health Department Roundtable Evaluation Team in 2000.

Active in community service and professional organizations, Ms. Freeman has served on many not-for-profit executive boards. She currently serves as a board member for the Institute of Notre Dame Girls High School; is on the Board of Directors for the District of Columbia Hospital Association, currently serving as treasurer; and serves on the Board of Directors for the Federal City Council.

As president and chief executive officer of Providence Hospital, Ms. Freeman is responsible for a 408-bed community teaching hospital; Carroll Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, a 252-bed skilled nursing center; and primary healthcare centers, Perry Family Health Center in Washington, DC, and Ft. Lincoln Family Medicine Center in Colmar Manor, Maryland.

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