Montrose (Colo.) Memorial Hospital appointed Cindy Bradley interim CEO, effective Sept. 19. She replaces Steven Hannah, who left his post Sept. 13, according to The Montrose Daily Press. Board Chairman Ron Courtney told The Montrose Daily Press, "[Mr. Hannah] is no longer with the hospital." He did not provide a reason why. Mr. Hannah served at the helm of the hospital since 2014.
Here are four things to know:1. Mr. Lumsden worked at the organization, previously known as Halifax Regional Health System, since 1985, when he joined as COO. 2. He assumed the CEO role in 1988. He helped lead Halifax Regional Health System's merger with Norfolk, Va.-based Sentara Healthcare in 2013, after which he was named president. 3. During his tenure, the hospital added many on-campus medical office buildings as well as an intensive care unit.
Becker's Hospital Review reported on the following hospital and health system executive retirements in the last three weeks. They are listed below, beginning with the most recent. 3. Evanston, Ill.-based NorthShore University Health System announced longtime president and CEO Mark Neaman will transition from his current role to become executive chairman of the board of directors. 4.
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Selecting a term
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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