Cottage appoints Nick Henderson to Vice President of Support Services

Cottage appoints Nick Henderson to Vice President of Support Services
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Nick Henderson has been appointed to Vice President of Support Services for Cottage Health.

He joined Cottage in 2006 in the Project Management Department as a Project Superintendent for the rebuilding of Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital. Over the next 10 years, he was Construction Project Manager and then Senior Construction Project Manager, leading the successful completion of key projects at the Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital campus, including the Energy Center and several phases of the hospital rebuild.

In November 2017, Mr. Henderson became Director of Facilities Management, overseeing the Santa Barbara and Goleta campuses, as well as supporting the Santa Ynez Valley campus.

As Vice President of Support Services, he will lead all Cottage facilities management in Santa Barbara and Goleta, as well as work with Santa Ynez Valley Cottage Hospital on various projects.

Mr. Henderson earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska and a Master of Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota.

“Nick has been a valued member of the leadership team for more than 13 years and we congratulate him on his new role as Vice President,” said Steven Fellows, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Cottage Health.

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The not-for-profit Cottage Health is the leader in providing advanced medical care to the Central Coast region.  Specialties include the Cottage Children’s Medical Center, Level 1 Trauma Center, Neuroscience Institute, Heart & Vascular Center, Center for Orthopedics, and Rehabilitation Hospital. The Cottage Health medical staff is comprised of more than 700 physicians, many with subspecialties typically found only at university medical centers. Last year, the Cottage Health hospitals in Goleta, Santa Barbara and Santa Ynez Valley provided inpatient care for 21,000 people, treated 80,000 patients through their 24-hour emergency departments and helped deliver 2,100 newborns.

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