North Suburban Medical Center president and CEO receives top honor

Belen Ward
bward@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 8/24/22

Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce named Hollie Seeley, president, and CEO for North Suburban Medical Center and Executive Leader for AirlLife Denver, as one of the top most powerful women in …

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North Suburban Medical Center president and CEO receives top honor

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Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce named Hollie Seeley, president, and CEO for North Suburban Medical Center and Executive Leader for AirlLife Denver, as one of the top most powerful women in business.

“Thank you to the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce for this remarkable recognition,” Seeley said. “I am honored and grateful to my colleagues who nominated me.”

The Women’s Chamber of Commerce recognizes women who exhibit high-level business achievement and leadership. The honoree’s selection is by a committee that is also past top 25 awardees of the most powerful women in business, according to a news release.

Seeley leads more than 1,400 peers and providers at North Suburban. North Suburban earned straight A’s from the Lown Institute Hospitals Index for Social Responsibility and was rated as one of the 20 most socially responsible Hospitals in the U.S., with several five-star awards from Healthgrades, Gold Plus, Target Stroke Elite Honor Roll, and Target Type 2 Diabetes Honor Roll awards from the American Heart Association, according to hospital officials.

Seeley, a native of Colorado, became CEO of North Suburban AirLife and the Health One System in November 2021. Seeley has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, a Master in Business in Administration from the University of Colorado Denver, and a graduate HCA Healthcare Executive Development Program in Nashville, Tennessee.

Seeley started as a registered nurse, then moved up to flight nurse and onto a hospital executive bringing over 30 years of health care experience to North Suburban and HealthOne. She is one of two women CEO’s in the health system.

“A clinical leader who has cultivated the business attributes is rare in today’s ever-changing healthcare landscape,” said Tonzia Buor, Vice President of Human Resources for North Suburban Medical Center. “Hollie not only pushes herself to achieve but elevates the team around her and pushes them to be the best.”

Seeley led Health One’s Rose Medical Center staff through the health care crisis during the beginning of the global COVID-19 pandemic. She also traveled to the sister HCA healthcare facility in Florida to help with some severe, sickest COVID patients.

Seeley has traveled to Ecuador, Haiti, and Guatemala on volunteer medical missions and helped delivered babies in the Amazon forest.

She is a 10-time marathon runner and took the three-point shot at the buzzer in the NCCA Swett 16. She is married with two children, Amelia and Foster, and enjoys traveling and cooking.

“Working for North Suburban, HealthONE and HCA Healthcare has truly been an honor, but being able to lead an organization that cares for some of the patients that need it most is truly a privilege,” Seeley said.

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