CMH Regional Health System's new CEO is Lance Beus

Brentwood, Tenn.-based RCCH HealthCare Partners named Lance Beus CEO of Wilmington, Ohio-based CMH Regional Health System, effective June 4.

Mr. Beus comes to CMH Regional from Tennova Regional Hospital Jackson (Tenn.). His previous experience includes serving as president of Christus Jasper (Texas) Memorial Hospital and assistant CEO of Woodland Heights Medical Center in Lufkin, Texas.

Mr. Beus holds a master's of public health degree in health administration from the East Tennessee State University in Johnson City. He succeeds Greg Nielsen, who took on the division president role at RCCH HealthCare Partners.

"[Mr. Beus] has an outstanding record of leading growing healthcare organizations with great success in key areas like patient safety and the delivery of high quality care. The board and I are very confident [Mr. Beus] is the right person to lead our hospital into its very bright future," said Mr. Nielsen.

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