Holly Muller is the new Chief Nursing Officer of Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center and Assistant Vice President of Orlando Health. In this role, Muller will provide leadership and coordinate activities, processes and policies for high quality patient care and work closely with the Vice President of Nursing for Orlando Health to provide leadership and direction.
Most recently, Muller served as the vice president of patient care services at Lee Health Gulf Coast Medical Center. She was responsible for the patient care services division and hospital operations within a 356-bed acute facility. Some of her accomplishments within this role include successfully merging two facilities to one new replacement facility, leading a system wide conversion of Large Volume Infusion Pumps within four acute care facilities and outpatient center and promoting leadership alignment for advancing professional nursing practice. .
Currently, Muller is a member of the American Organization of Nurse Executives, the Florida Organization of Nurse Executives and the Central Florida Organization of Nurse Executives.
In 2014, she was the chapter president for the Southwest Florida Organization of Nurse Executives. She received a Bachelor's degree in nursing from LaSalle University in Philadelphia and a Master's in nursing from Kaplan University in Chicago. Also, she completed the Wharton Nurse Leaders Program in Philadelphia and is board certified as a nurse executive. Currently, Muller is enrolled in the Doctor of Nursing program at the University of Central Florida.