Sister Helen Amos, R.S.M. inducted into Business Hall of Fame

The Maryland Chamber of Commerce inducted Sister Helen Amos, R.S.M., executive chair, board of trustees for Mercy Health Services, into the Maryland Business Hall of Fame May 10.

“Through their leadership, creativity and determination, this year’s honorees have made a lasting impact in their organizations and communities,” said Chamber Chairman Terry Neimeyer, chairman and CEO of KCI Technologies, Inc. “The Maryland Chamber of Commerce is pleased to honor them by inducting them into the Maryland Business hall of Fame.”

Sister Helen has more than 30 years experience in the fields of education and health care administration. She was named executive chair, board of trustees of Mercy Health Service, Inc. in 1999. She served as president and CEO of Mercy Medical Center since 1992 and she has served on Mercy’s Board of Trustees since 1980. Sister Helen has been responsible for the development and implementation of numerous programs at Mercy, including the creation of the Gynecologic Oncology Center, The Hoffberger Breast Center and the Mercy FamilyCare. In 1997, 1999 and 2001 she was named one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women by the Daily Record.

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