Momentum Magazine December 2019 Edition | Page 11

PERSONNEL Janet Tomcavage, MSN, RN, has assumed the role of Chief Nursing Executive at Geisinger. Since 2014, Tomcavage has served as Geisinger’s chief population officer, focusing on driving the transformation of how Geisinger delivers care. Tomcavage earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Bloomsburg State University and her master’s degree in nursing from Misericordia University. She was the first Geisinger nurse to receive the Pennsylvania Nightingale Award for clinical excellence in an advanced nursing role. Tasneem Khan, MD has joined The Wright Center for Community Health as a psychiatrist and associate program director for The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education’s Psychiatry Residency. Dr. Khan has been practicing for more than 20 years. Shane Cobert- Fuller joined The Wright Center for Community Health and will serve as practice manager of the organization’s new 501 South Washington Avenue, Scranton, location. He will oversee operations to provide integrated primary care, behavioral health, infectious disease and dental services for children and adults. Commonwealth Health has appointed Michael L. Brown as chief executive officer of Moses Taylor Hospital and Regional Hospital of Scranton. He is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, where he achieved the rank of Sergeant as a law enforcement specialist. Following military service, he worked as a professional firefighter/ paramedic before he earned his bachelor’s degree in nursing with honors and an MBA in organizational leadership/management from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio. He also has an associate’s degree in emergency medical services and fire sciences from Columbus Technical Institute.