Udobi Campbell, PharmD, MBA, and Tracey Rankin MSN, RN, NEA-BC, have been announced as vice presidents of operations at UNC Hospitals. Rankin will transition into this role on August 7 and Campbell on August 21.
Udobi Campbell, PharmD, MBA, has been named Vice President of Operations for UNC Hospitals. In this role, Udobi will exercise executive oversight of multiple departments, including Care Management, Pharmacy, Carolina Air Care, Patient Logistics Center, and the UNC Hospitals Hospitalist program through our partnership with the UNC School of Medicine’s Department of Medicine.
She previously held the position of Executive Director of Pharmacy for Triangle West and was instrumental in the Department of Pharmacy’s successful COVID response and support to the organization. Prior to joining UNC Health in January of 2020, Udobi held multiple senior leadership roles at Duke University Hospital in both inpatient and outpatient service areas during her twelve-year tenure.
Udobi is a well-developed leader with great enthusiasm for supporting our organization’s mission to improve the health and well-being of North Carolinians and others we serve. Udobi has been a licensed pharmacist for almost 25 years, and her progressive leadership journey spans over fifteen years. She will transition officially into this role on Aug. 21, 2022.
Tracey Rankin, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, has been named Vice President of Operations with UNC Hospitals. In this role, Tracey will oversee multiple outpatient clinics and procedural areas throughout the Outpatient Services footprint, including but not limited to key service lines with Neurosciences, GI services, and Urology, Occupational Health, and a collaborative partnership with Department of Medicine for the new Eastowne Medical Office Building clinics and services.
Tracey previously held the position of Associate Vice President, Outpatient Services, for the past 3.5 years, expanding multiple clinical services and access, including new locations for neurology, pain, and the opening of Eastowne Medical Office Building. Prior to her position as AVP, Tracey held the dual role of Associate Chair for Department of Urology and Clinical Director of Urology services.
Tracey has worked for UNC Hospitals for over 15 cumulative years in progressive leadership roles, and has worked in health care for over 26 years. Tracey is eager to progress patient access and enhance patient experiences in the outpatient areas in partnership with School of Medicine colleagues and other Med Center partners. Tracey will begin her new role Aug. 7, 2022.