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Carol Turano

Carol cultivates the multiple skills and talents of healthcare providers to enable long-term growth and progress. In addition, she applies creative thinking to offer transformative insights and solutions. These strategies empower hospitals to overcome organizational challenges, generate powerful ideas and rapidly implement cost savings initiatives.

Her unique strengths include the ability to enable hospital employees to explore and fulfill their own potential.
Prior to joining VIE Healthcare® Consulting, Carol worked as a Licensed Social Worker delivering therapeutic services for individuals, groups and families. A four year athletic scholarship also instilled in Carol a lifelong determination to succeed both on a personal and professional level. In addition, she has over two decades of experience coaching sports teams.

These diverse qualities enhance the skills Carol brings to her role with VIE Healthcare® Consulting. Her coaching, problem solving and leadership capabilities also deliver a fresh perspective to maximize the benefits of EXCITE! Training programs for our clients.
Carol is a certified/Trained Low and High Ropes Course Facilitator responsible for creating experiential learning programming for diverse groups including students, military platoons, collegiate athletic teams, teaching staff and businesses.

Carol has a BS degree in Psychology from the University of South Carolina, Spartanburg where she was awarded a 4 year Athletic Scholarship. She has a Master’s in Social Work. Since 2003 she has been a NJ Licensed Social Worker.

She is also a trained Strategic Intervention Coach and gained a prestigious Teacher as a Hero Award – on Exhibit in the National Liberty Museum, Pa 2016

Creativity In Healthcare: Ideas and A High Performance Culture | Episode 34

Feb. 18, 2022

In this episode, Lisa is joined by Carol Turano, facilitator of VIE’s EXCITE! workshops for healthcare leaders.     In this episode:   Carol Turano’s career highlights, from college athlete to social worker,...

Guest: Carol Turano