LUMBERTON —Southeastern Health recently named two directors, Tracy L. Johnson and Jan Colosimo.
Johnson will serve as director of maternal/child health services for Southeastern Health, responsible for Southeastern Regional Medical Center’s obstetrics and gynecology, labor and delivery, and post-partum mother/baby units, as well as the Level II neonatal intensive care unit.
A native of Providence, R.I., Johnson earned a bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Rhode Island College in 1999. She recently served as nurse director of the Family Birth Center at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C., as well as nurse manager of the Family Birth Center at Maryview Medical Center in Portsmouth, Va., and nurse manager for labor and delivery at Mary Immaculate Hospital in Newport News, Va.
“I am very passionate about women’s and children’s health services,” Johnson said. “I feel that the health care system has already started a great process of improving the care of this service line and I look forward to improving our services for the community and for our children.”
Johnson and her husband, Roger, live in Hope Mills and have six grown children.
Jan Colosimo was named director of revenue cycle for Southeastern Health and will be responsible for patient financial services, patient registration and health information management.
A native of New York state, Colosimo relocated from San Mateo, Calif., and has attended University of California at Berkeley, Merritt University and University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. Most recently, she served as assistant director of patient financial services for Verity Health System in Redwood City, Calif. She founded and has served as owner and senior consultant for a health care business consulting firm since 1985.
“The opportunity to serve here at Southeastern is truly exciting,” said Colosimo, who now lives in Lumberton. “ I am looking forward to being a part of the medical and Lumberton community.”