Staci SullivanStaci Sullivan, MSN, RNC

Chief Nursing Officer                                      

After nearly three decades, I am reminded daily of why I love my career in nursing and why I am glad I found my way to Lane Regional Medical Center.  From the operating room to medical-surgical nursing to adult and neonatal intensive care; nursing has provided me many opportunities in patient care, education, and leadership.  At Lane, you'll find opportunities for happiness, growth, and prosperity.

As nurses, we touch lives in many ways that few others can - spiritually, emotionally and physically.  As we work to create good patient experiences and positive clinical outcomes, we realize that patients and families need more than our knowledge and nursing skills, they also need our support, kindness and guidance.  As Lane nurses, we work together as a true team.  We value and respect one another, and we've created a culture based on our core values of excellence, integrity, compassion, respect and commitment.  

At Lane, the more you give of yourself as a person and as a professional, the more you receive.  You'll find our recognition and reward structure appreciates the advocate, innovator, educator, counselor and practitioner roles of nursing.  Whatever your dreams and aspirations, we'll help you create a plan to reach them.  Life may be a journey, but your nursing career needs a destination just like mine did.  I invite you to come discover Lane.

Staci Sullivan, CNO (225) 658-4505

Career Paths of Lane's Nursing Leadership Team


Brittany Casey
Angie Clouatre
Lori Carruth
Gwyn, Jason-7
Billy Conerly 2019

Brittany Casey,


Intensive Care Services Director

"I first came to Lane while I was still in school doing my clinicals...

Angie Clouatre,


Director of Medical/Surgical and Telemetry Units

"I knew at a young age that I wanted to be a nurse.  For me, it was a calling...

Lori Carruth,


Surgical and Obstetrical/Nursery Services Director

"I am from a small town in Mississippi and started as an RN at a rural...       

Jason Gwyn,


Director of Endoscopy & Infusion Services

"I am originally from Toronto, Canada where funds for socialized medicine had basically...

Billy Conerly,


Emergency Department Director

"When I was in nursing school, I rotated through an emergency room...

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Ensuring Nursing Excellence

The following programs support nursing excellence at Lane Regional Medical Center:

Shared Governance - Nurses at every level are included in making decisions that affect their practice

Education and Competency - Nurses are encouraged to continue their education and professional development and are rewarded for completing national certifications and degree advancements.

Evidence-Based Practice - Throughout Lane, nurses are engaged in projects to change protocols, improve patient care, and enhance patient outcomes.

Lean Projects - Working together in every department to increase quality and customer satisfaction by streamlining processes and eliminating waste.

Quality Engagement - As a leader in quality and innovation, Lane was identified as one of the best places for nurses to work in 2011, became "GIFT" designated in 2018, and currently participates in the Louisiana Perinatal Quality Collaborative (LAPQC) and Hospital Improvement & Innovation Network (HIIN).

Nursing Licensure Compact

Louisiana is now participating in the Nursing Licensure Compact which allow nurses from neighboring states to join our Lane team using your multistate nursing license.  Click here for more details about the NLC:,Renewals/NurseLicensureCompact.aspx

Top 5 Reasons to Live & Work in Zachary, LA

Lane Regional Medical Center is located in Zachary, Louisiana and is one of the fastest growing cities in the state.  Our community school system consistently ranks number one.  And even though we're growing, we have not lost the historic art of hospitality or caring for others - and that seems to make all the difference.


1 reason circleJust minutes from metro Baton Rouge. In just 15 minutes, you can be at the airport.  In 25 minutes, you can be Downtown for dinner and show or at LSU’s Tiger Stadium.  In less than 2 hours, you can be fishing in the Gulf of Mexico.  Conveniently located just north of Baton Rouge, Zachary is the quintessential small town in many ways but close enough to a major city to feel totally cosmopolitan. 

2 reason circleGreat K-12 schools in Zachary. Zachary’s School System has been Ranked No. 1 in the State of Louisiana since 2004.

3 reason circleA thriving economy. The average household income in Zachary is more than $79,000.  This is the highest anywhere in the Capital region. You’ll find a bustling local economy in East Baton Rouge Parish that includes industries such as manufacturing, software development, petrochemicals, audio engineering, film,
education, tourism, food processing, agriculture, and state government.

4 reason circleEasy access to sporting events, fishing, hunting, golfing, shopping, and restaurants. Pick your favorite sport to enjoy - from Friday night high school football games to season tickets for LSU games, there’s plenty of action.  For golfers, there are many golf courses in and around Zachary.  If hunting or fishing is your thing, the Atchafalaya Basin offers some of the best hunting and fishing in the world.  There are plenty of local boutiques and shops, as well as a wide variety of restaurants to choose from in Zachary.

5 reason circleA way of life. In Zachary, life is really good.  Zachary offers the chance to enjoy each day with ample green space, little traffic, easy shopping, excellent Louisiana cuisine, strong places of worship, festivals, great schools, and so much more.  Yet, what really sets Zachary apart is its people – people who support their community and each other.  People who welcome newcomers and know their neighbors by name.