Jodi LoDolce Named New Chief Nursing Officer At JFK Hospital

Jodi LoDolce

HCA Florida JFK Hospital, part of HCA Florida Healthcare, recently welcomed Jodi LoDolce as chief nursing officer. LoDolce comes to JFK Hospital from HCA Florida St. Lucie Hospital, where she served as chief nursing officer for the past year and a half.

LoDolce began her healthcare career 34 years ago as a registered nurse and held several leadership roles before joining HCA Florida Lake Monroe Hospital as the director of emergency services, eventually becoming assistant chief nursing officer. From there, she joined HCA Florida Lake Nona Hospital, where she served as the chief nursing officer for nearly three years before joining the team at St. Lucie Hospital.

“Jodi brings a wealth of experience to the team. Her exceptional skills, passion for patient care and proven leadership make her a valuable addition to our hospital family,” said Ken West, CEO at JFK Hospital. “Together, we look forward to advancing the standard of excellence in healthcare for the communities we serve.”

LoDolce holds a MBA in healthcare management from Western Governors University, a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Capella University and a bachelor’s degree in biology from Molloy College.

Serving Palm Beach County for more than 50 years. HCA Florida JFK Hospital is a 516-bed acute care hospital, specializing in emergency services, heart and vascular surgery, neurosurgery, comprehensive cancer and breast institute services, comprehensive stroke services, orthopedic and spine surgery, minimally invasive and robotic surgery, weight loss surgery, inpatient physical rehabilitation and women’s services.