PeaceHealth selects Joe Mark as interim chief administrator of Alaska hospital

Kelly Gooch - Print  | 

PeaceHealth, based in Vancouver, Wash., has named Joe Mark interim chief administrator of Ketchikan (Alaska) Medical Center, according to radio station KRBD.

Mr. Mark will take over the interim role Dec. 9. He will succeed Ed Freysinger, who said he is leaving his position to have more family time.

Mr. Mark, a director with WolfCreek Partners Group, has 35 years of hospital leadership experience as well as a decade of strategy and operations improvement consulting experience.

 

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