Samaritan Albany General Hospital CEO to retire: 6 things to know

David Triebes, CEO of Samaritan Albany (Ore.) General Hospital, plans to retire at the end of June, according to an Albany Democrat-Herald report.

Six things to know:

1. Mr. Triebes became leader of the hospital in 2004.

2. Prior to that, he was vice president of corporate operations for Corvallis, Ore.-based Samaritan Health Services, Samaritan Albany's parent.

3. He also manages Samaritan's insurance arm, Samaritan Health Plans, and he will transition out of that role by the end of 2019.

4. During his tenure as Samaritan Albany's CEO, the 78-bed hospital has undergone several remodeling projects and experienced low infections rates.

5. Mr. Triebes holds both an MBA and juris doctorate degree from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa.

6. Dan Keteri, RN, the hospital's current vice president of patient care services, will succeed Mr. Triebes.

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