Chief Nursing Officer

At Carroll Hospital, our nurses provide excellence in care through best practices. Our autonomy is based on teamwork, respect, accountability and evidence-based practice, all of which creates a positive environment for both our patients and nursing staff.
 
If you are interested in joining a high-performing nursing team, I encourage you to plan a visit to Carroll Hospital. I am sure you will find that our patient-centered care and career-advancing environment makes us a work place like no other. 
 
Very truly yours,

Stephanie Reid, R.N., B.S.N., M.B.A., M.H.A.
Chief Nursing Officer




About Stephanie Reid

As chief nursing officer, Ms. Reid oversees the hospital’s nursing practices and patient support services.

Ms. Reid has over 30 years’ experience in health care leadership and joined the Carroll Hospital family in 1992 as a shift coordinator, later serving in various nursing leadership roles, including director of inpatient services, assistant vice president and most recently, as chief nursing officer and vice president of quality.

A resident of Woodbine, Ms. Reid earned her Associate degree in nursing from Howard Community College and her Bachelor of Science in nursing from College of Notre Dame in Maryland. She also has a master's degree in business administration and healthcare management from Baker College.

Ms. Reid is a member of the Maryland Organization of Nurse Executives, board member for Carroll County Advocacy and Investigation Center, Maryland Nursing Workforce Commission, Maryland Nurses Association, and American College of Surgeons, Commission on Cancer, the American Organization of Nurse Executives, and serves on numerous advisory boards for nursing programs. She has served as a Baldrige Examiner for Maryland Performance Excellence Awards and the Maryland Health Care Exchange Finance and Sustainability Committee.

With her extensive experience and education in health care, Ms. Reid is leading our nursing division to provide top-notch quality care to our patients, and all with a personal touch. She encourages open communication and a warm, friendly environment among her nursing staff, and it shows. 

In her spare time, Ms. Reid enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going camping, crafting, gardening, going to the beach and raising her German Shepherd dogs.