DOH-Orange Welcomes Vivian Capo as the Executive Community Health Nursing Director
September 27, 2017
The Florida Department of Health in Orange County (DOH-Orange) welcomes Vivian Capo as the new Executive Community Health Nursing Director. Ms. Capo comes to DOH-Orange from the private sector with over 17 years of acute care experience in hospital and outpatient settings.
Along with her clinical experience, Ms. Capo brings direct health administration oversight leadership resulting in high performing medical centers with exceptional quality and service standards.
“We are proud to welcome Vivian Capo to the DOH-Orange family. She has great nursing leadership experience and a business acumen that will lead the nursing staff into the next decade,” said Dr. Kevin Sherin, Health Officer and Director of DOH-Orange.
Ms. Capo’s background includes developing and executing programs to improve productivity, profitability, and effectiveness with a focus on patient outcome and patient satisfaction. She has in-depth operational, administrative, and financial skills in multi-disciplinary healthcare organizations. In addition, Ms. Capo has demonstrated success in large corporate and start-up ventures, and is skilled on managed care/health maintenance organizations and accountable care organizations.
Ms. Capo holds a Master's degree in Health Services Administration from the University of Central Florida and a Bachelor's degree in Nursing from the University of Puerto Rico. She will supervise a nursing and support staff of 59 at four clinical sites.