Edwin Loftin, DNP, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE
SVP Integrated and Acute Care Services/ Chief Nursing Officer, Parrish Medical Center
Mr. Loftin is a progressive senior healthcare executive who cultivates a culture of healing and person and family-centered care.
Mr. Loftin led the medical center’s efforts to become the first in the nation to earn The Joint Commission’s Integrated Care Certification.
Under his leadership, Parrish Healthcare has maintained an impeccable quality and patient safety record including Patient Safety Movement Foundation 5-Star.
Parrish Healthcare is also a member of the world-renown Mayo Clinic Care Network.
Loftin’s community service includes serving on The Joint Commission Clinical Advisory team for Vizient Inc., Vizient SE and Truven Advisory Committee; Board member of The Safe Care Group; member of advisory boards for UCF and EFSC Colleges of Nursing; board chair of the Space Coast Chapter of the American Red Cross; and serving as the United Way of Brevard Employee Campaign Manager. Loftin is the recipient of the 2017 Steven Moreau International Humanitarian from the Patient Safety Movement Foundation.
Loftin earned his Doctorate from University of Central Florida, Master of Business Administration degree from East Carolina University and his Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from Atlantic Christian College in Wilson, North Carolina. He is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a member of the American Organization of Nurse Executives.