CEO leaves Minnesota hospital

Michael Coyle is out as CEO of Ely (Minn.)-Bloomenson Community Hospital, the Ely Echo reports.

Mr. Coyle and the hospital board finalized a "formal separation" on March 4.

In a statement cited by the newspaper and released March 5, the board said the decision was made after much consideration.

"We were faced with very difficult decisions; rest assured that we take this employment matter very seriously and have given thoughtful consideration to each decision made," the statement said. "The board is dedicated to the long-term health and well-being of our patients, employees and members. We are honored and dedicated to serving in the best interests of our community."

Mr. Coyle, who was named CEO of the hospital since 2017, also issued a statement obtained the Ely Echo.

He expressed gratitude for the opportunity to lead the hospital and thanked employees, saying, "We accomplished some great things together."

Mr. Coyle said he is excited to see how the organization continues to build on its successes.

"The people of Ely will always hold a special place in my heart, and I'll always cherish the many relationships I've built with so many people in the community."

COO Patti Banks has been appointed interim CEO.

 

More articles on executive moves:
Massachusetts health system names CMO/Chief quality officer
Jefferson Regional names new chief administrative officer, CFO
Connecticut hospital names interim CEO

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