South County Health announces two new Board of Trustees

Published 05/05/2017

Board of Trustees

The South County Health Board of Trustees said farewell to one of its long-standing members, while welcoming two new members to the board.

After nine years of service, trustee, Ed Cimiluca, reached the maximum of three, 3-year terms as a board member.

Among the outstanding contributions he has made to the organization, Mr. Cimiluca chaired the Investment Committee that guides South County Health’s investment of pension funds, the self-insurance trust and the system’s endowment. The value of these funds has grown considerably under his able leadership, while avoiding significant risk. As with all trustees, Mr. Cimiluca devoted many hours to supporting the well-being of South County Health.

Welcome new trustees - Victoria Wicks and Betty Rambur
Ms. Wicks is a resident of Charlestown who brings a wealth of experience as a health insurance executive, serving as chair of a quality committee for a New Jersey-based hospital. 

Dr. Rambur is a faculty member at the URI College of Nursing. Her academic and public service experience focuses on healthcare policy. She served on the Green Mountain Care Board that regulates hospitals in Vermont and develops overall healthcare policy for that state.

We are fortunate to have these extremely qualified individuals helping to guide our organization.