Inspira Health appoints chief administrative officer for Mullica Hill, Woodbury 

Lydia Stockman

Inspira Health said that, effective Jan. 10, Lydia Stockman will serve as the chief administrative officer for Inspira Medical Centers Mullica Hill and Woodbury, where she will be responsible for overseeing overall operations at those two locations, direct senior management staff and propel Inspira’s work as a High Reliability Organization.

Stockman has more than 20 years of experience in health care management, most recently serving as senior vice president, clinical operations, for Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, where she established the first intermediate care unit for the cardiac service line and led the organization from a primary stroke center to a comprehensive stoke center.

“Lydia brings a wealth of knowledge in hospital management, particularly in strategic planning and growth, operations management, physician and patient satisfaction, and clinical quality and performance, making her a great addition to the Inspira Health team,” said Warren Moore, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Inspira Health.

Stockman began her career as a nurse at Cooper University Hospital in Camden. Over her years in the health care sector, Stockman has provided leadership in mentoring and support to business related groups as a way to engage employees in their organization and help grow new leaders.

Stockman served as an executive sponsor of SALUD (Service & Advocacy for Latinos United for Development), a Latino and Hispanic business-related group that recognizes Latinos in the working environment and the community. As a sponsor, she supported celebrations and a recognition program for their work in the community and within the hospital with awards.

“I am looking forward to leveraging Inspira’s regional presence as a leading health care network in South Jersey and to identify new opportunities for business development and strategic growth, which will attract top physicians and health care professionals to ensure that we provide the highest quality of safety and care to our patients,” Stockman said in a prepared statement. “I am honored to serve Inspira Health in this role and to advance the network’s new strategic plan without ever losing sight of providing a positive environment for all our patients, visitors and employees.”

Stockman holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Seton Hall University, as well as a Master’s degree in health care administration from Seton Hall University.