Norton County Hospital appoints permanent CEO

Norton (Kan.) County Hospital dropped the "interim" from CEO Gina Frack's title.

Ms. Frack has served as interim CEO of the critical access hospital since June 2017. Prior to that, she was COO of the hospital. She also served as administrator of the Norton County Health Department and Home Health Services for 18 years.

Ms. Frack is an advocate for rural healthcare, and she holds an RN degree from Central Community College in Grand Island, Neb.

"Norton County has a long-standing history of providing health care to meet the needs of our county and surrounding area," said Ms. Frack in a statement. "I am excited to work with the communities we serve, all the hospital staff and board to meet the ever-changing demands of health care."

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