Grandview Medical Center President Rebecca Lewis to retire

Rebecca Lewis, president of Grandview Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio, is retiring at the end of the year, according to a Dayton Daily News report.

Ms. Lewis became president of the hospital in 2017. She was previously president of Southview Medical Center in Centerville, Ohio. Both are a part of the Dayton-based Kettering Health Network.

"Becky has put her heart and soul into improving patient experience and enhancing collaboration among hospital physicians and staff," said Terry Burns, COO of Kettering Health Network, in a statement obtained by the Daily News. "She also built strong community partnerships, especially in the West Dayton community."

Ms. Lewis joined Kettering Health Network in 2009, initially serving as director of perioperative services at Grandview Medical Center. She was previously CEO of Jewish Hospital Lexington (Ky.).

Richard Manchur, president of Southview Medical Center since 2017, will succeed Ms. Lewis. Mr. Manchur joined Kettering Health Network in 2008.

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