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Pam Greene, PhD, RN

Pam Greene, PhD, RN
Senior Vice President, Patient Care Services, and Chief Nursing Officer
Assistant Professor, Menninger Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine
As chief nursing officer, Dr. Greene is responsible for the therapeutic environment and nursing care in the hospital. She oversees staffing, career development for nursing, rehabilitation services, chaplaincy services and laboratory services staff. She joined Menninger in 2003 and has served on the management team since 2005.
Under her leadership, Menninger was named the first independent psychiatric hospital to earn the Pathway to ExcellenceTM designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, a nurse fellowship was launched and dozens of Bachelor of Science in Nursing graduates have completed The Clinic’s Psychiatric Nurse Residency training program.
Nationally, Dr. Greene travels the country as a trainer in the Assessment and Management of Suicide Risk for the Suicide Prevention Resource Center.
She is an active member of the Texas Nurses Association (TNA) and currently holds the appointed position of East Region Representative on the TNA Board of Directors.
In addition, she:
  • serves on the Team TEXAS Gulf Coast Region Leadership Task Force, working on the initiatives for Advancing Healthcare Through Nursing,
  • is a member of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association work group for establishing competencies for psychiatric nursing care of hospitalized patients who are at risk for suicide and
  • participates on the Institute for Safe Environments Steering Committee of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association.

She received her doctorate in nursing from Texas Woman’s University and her undergraduate and graduate degrees from The Ohio State University.