Russell Regional Hospital ousts CEO: 5 notes

Russell (Kan.) Regional Hospital CEO Rob Nahmensen is no longer employed at the hospital, according to a Salina Post report.

Five notes:

1. The board "released" Mr. Nahmensen from his contract "without cause or warning," Mr. Nahmensen wrote in an email to the Salina Post.

2. He also wrote that, "The end of my employment with Russell Regional Hospital came as a complete surprise to me." The hospital did not release any information about the dismissal.

3. Mr. Nahmensen assumed the top post at the hospital in November 2017.

4. Prior to that he was COO and CFO at Stanton County Hospital in Johnson, Kan.

5. Russell Regional Hospital is a 25-bed, nonprofit, critical access hospital owned by the county.

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