CEN, SANE-A, EMT-B
SVP, CLINICAL OPERATIONS
Katherine Davis, ACNP-BC, is the SVP of Clinical Operations at Call9. As one of the original employees, she has been a tenacious and versatile executive on the team, helping it grow from six to what it is today. In her current role, she drives continued growth, process improvement and special projects across clinical, customer success and medical areas of the organization while ensuring Call9’s original mission and values remain pervasive throughout.
Davis realized her passion for public service from a young age; at 12 she was volunteering in hospitals, and by 16 she was certified as an Emergency Medical Technician and working on an ambulance as a preceptor for new EMTs. Davis has spent over 15 years relentlessly pursuing opportunities to improve patient care and building systems and teams that affect change. One of her first opportunities in medical leadership was for the PGA Tour Travelers Championship which she continues to this day. The operation for this event is recognized as one of the best medical systems on the tour. As an Emergency Department RN, she was quickly identified as a leader for one of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s community hospital Emergency Departments and served as a go-to resource throughout the hospital and organization.
Prior to completing her Adult-Gero Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AGACNP) degree from Massachusetts General Hospital, Davis earned her B.S.N. and M.S. in Forensic Nursing from Boston College. As an undergraduate student at BC, Davis revived the nearly defunct Boston College EMS, a student-run service, and built it up to nearly 150 volunteers and a well-respected entity within the community—all while consulting and holding several leadership positions in the forensics field.