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Tamera Dunseth Rosenbaum, DNP, RN, NE-BC, is the chief nursing executive for UCHealth, a nationally recognized, nonprofit health care system with operating revenue of $7.5 billion and a workforce of more than 33,000 people. UCHealth includes 14 Colorado hospitals with over 2,500 inpatient beds and more than 200 clinic locations in Colorado, southern Wyoming and western Nebraska.

As chief nursing executive, Ms. Rosenbaum is responsible for approximately 10,000 nurses, focusing on providing the highest quality care for patients and advancing nursing practice across UCHealth.

In addition, Ms. Rosenbaum serves as the chief nursing officer for UCHealth Memorial Hospital Central, Memorial Hospital North, Pikes Peak Regional Hospital and Grandview Hospital. She is responsible for nursing care and other clinical departments, and in 2023, she helped lead Memorial Hospital to its first American Nurses Credentialing Center Magnet Recognition.

Prior to serving in her current roles, Ms. Rosenbaum was Memorial’s associate chief nursing officer and chief nursing officer for Grandview Hospital. She is committed to promoting innovative roles and care team models to support UCHealth nurses and to expand Colorado’s future health care workforce. Ms. Rosenbaum has also been part of UCHealth’s system-wide team focusing on reducing workplace violence and improving safety for staff members, providers, patients and visitors. Tamera earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, a master’s degree in nursing administration from University of Colorado, Colorado Springs and her doctorate degree in health systems leadership from the University of Colorado. She is a board-certified executive nurse.

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