Roxanne L. Butler, MSOD, BSN, RNC
Clinical Manager

With a unique skill set that combines nursing experience with organizational development, Roxanne is passionate about transition work that helps healthcare providers and organizations recognize and implement better, more efficient ways to deliver care. She has a keen interest in guiding hospital departments in the development of a future vision and the steps required to realize those goals, whether the work impacts a single department or the entire organization. Roxanne is an accomplished administrator with significant experience leading initiatives, building teams, and improving and expanding operational performance and quality care in clinical and non-clinical environments. She has a unique combination of education and experience in operations, large-scale project management, and budgeting/fiscal management. As the campus development administrator at Woman’s Hospital, Roxanne played a key role in planning, directing, and transitioning their $327M hospital project. In her 20 years with Women’s Hospital, Roxanne gained deep expertise in managing clinical services—achieving positive financial, customer service, and quality clinical outcomes. She received her Master of Science degree in Organization Development from Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Southeastern Louisiana University. Roxanne is also certified in Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing by the NCC.

Roxanne's Latest Entries

Roxanne Butler will present “Innovation and Collaboration to Drive and Sustain Transformative Change” on Monday, September 18 at 10 a.m. CT, with Chad Miller, Manager of Operations Planning and Logistics at Texas Health Huguley Hospital. Ashley Dias will – Learn More –

Blog Entry

The recent bomb explosions that took place in Seaside Park, New Jersey, and the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, New York, immediately provided many people with reason for pause and feelings of great concern. The next day, Rebekah Gregory was scheduled to fly to Orlando to speak at the Healthcare Facilities Symposium Conference early that Monday morning. Although these bombings conjured up difficult memories for her, she pulled herself together and boarded a plane to Orlando.The conference started as most do with check-in, review of event guides, schedules, catching up with colleagues at the networking breakfast, and heading to hear the keynote ... - Read More -


Julia Fetzer will present with Parkland Health & Hospital System and Judy Smith on Tuesday, November 15 – “The Parkland Women and Infants Ambulatory Clinic: Lessons Learned from Operational Planning and Design.” Also attending from Blue Cottage – Learn More –

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