After serving as Interim Vice President of Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Officer since June 2021, Edgerton Hospital and Health Services is happy to announce that Alison Hanaman, BSN, RN, has accepted the position permanently. In this role, Alison will be responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all areas related to patient care, ensuring that the highest quality of care is always achieved.
Alison brings to this position 18 years of hands-on nursing experience, as well as five years of high-level management. Most recently, Alison held the position of Emergency Department Manager and Trauma/Emergency Management Coordinator for Edgerton Hospital. In this role she led a team of 25 registered nurses and medical assistants, as they provided around-the-clock care to patients. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Alison also offered leadership to the Edgerton Hospital’s team by serving as its Incident Commander.
Prior to joining the team at Edgerton Hospital, Alison held numerous positions at Beloit Health System, including Clinical Nurse Manager, Trauma Program Coordinator, and Registered Nurse. She continues to be an instructor with the national “Stop the Bleed” program and maintains her ongoing relationship with local schools as a trauma/first aid speaker. Alison holds her Bachelor of Science in nursing from the University of Phoenix and is currently working to complete her Master of Healthcare Administration through The University of Arizona.
Edgerton Hospital CEO, Marc Augsburger, MBA, BSN, says that Alison will be a welcome addition the hospital’s administration team. “We would like to congratulate Alison on her new position,” said Augsburger. “She brings a wide range of experience as a nursing leader and demonstrates a strong passion for patient care. In addition to being an advocate for our nurses and patients, her proven leadership skills will be very beneficial as the hospital continues to focus on quality and expansion of its services.”
11101 North Sherman Rd.
Edgerton, WI 53534