• MargiePearce, PhD(c), RN, CRNP, has been appointed Director of Magnet Programs andPatient Outcomes in the Department of Nursing. 
  • PattyInacker, LCSW, MBA,hasbeen promoted to Director of Operations for Hall Mercer Community Mental HealthCenter.
  • SteveNiederriter, MBA,has been promoted to Assistant Director of Operations for Hall Mercer.

MargiePearce, PhD(c), RN, CRNP, has been appointed Director of Magnet Programs andPatient Outcomes in the Department of Nursing.“Margie has demonstrated theversatility, knowledge and skills necessary for someone in this pivotal role,”said Bruce Boxer, PhD, MBA, MSN, RN,CPHQ. “Her work as a certified nurse practitioner and her work on theProfessional Development Council demonstrate her commitment to education,evidence-based practice and research. I know Margie will accelerate ourjourney and develop the programs necessary to move us closer to the Magnetdesignation.”

PattyInacker, LCSW, MBA,hasbeen promoted to Director of Operations for Hall Mercer Community Mental HealthCenter. Since 2005, Patty has been responsible for the clinical operations ofHall Mercer overseeing a variety of county-funded programs that providecomprehensive outpatient services to local residents, including child, adultand family therapeutic services, outreach assistance, and prevention andrecovery efforts, as well as a variety of community-based initiatives. Patty, adedicated and visible staff member of Hall Mercer since 1991, is a LicensedSocial Worker and receive her MBA from Arcadia University.  

SteveNiederriter, MBA,has been promoted to Assistant Director of Operations for Hall Mercer. Stevecame to Hall Mercer in 1987, from The Institute of Pennsylvania Hospital. Stevehas been the Program Manager for the Adult Outpatient Services while assistingwith the operations of a variety of other programs during his tenure atPAH. More recently, Steve was instrumental in supporting IT Services asrelated to daily clinical operations and will continue to be responsible forthose duties in addition to Medical Records and Performance Improvement andPatient Safety, in his new role. Steve received his MBA from ArcadiaUniversity.

“We are grateful for both Patty andSteve’s dedication to Hall Mercer and Pennsylvania Hospital over the years andare proud to have them leading operations at Hall Mercer,” said Dan Wilson, MBA, BSN,RN, FABC, vice president, Allied Health and Ambulatory Services.