107 community hospital CEOs to know | 2023

Community hospitals are often the unsung heroes in healthcare, and CEOs are tasked with managing the delivery of coordinated and affordable community care.

Beyond just acute care, many community hospital CEOs also ensure that patients can access primary care, rehabilitation, public health services and other resources. Executives are responsible for fostering a positive workforce culture, overseeing strategy, expanding service lines and maintaining financial stability. 

Note: This list is not an endorsement of included CEOs, hospitals, health systems or associated healthcare providers. CEOs cannot pay for inclusion on this list. CEOs are presented in alphabetical order.

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Kandice Allen. CEO of Share Medical Center (Alva, Okla.). Ms. Allen oversees Share Medical Center, which consists of a 25-bed critical access center, two rural health clinics, one outreach clinic, an 80-bed nursing home and The Homestead, a 52-unit independent living center. She joined the organization over 30 years ago and worked alongside providers and staff to drive improvements in patient care, culture and communication. Ultimately, she was promoted to CEO in July 2011. Ms. Allen has served as a board member for the Oklahoma Hospital Association for several years. 

Greg Brown. Administrator of Ascension St. Vincent’s Blount Hospital (Oneonta, Ala.).  As the administrator for Ascension St Vincent’s Blount Hospital, Mr. Brown oversees the evaluation, design and implementation of strategies and systems to support administrative functions there. He participates in the development and implementation of strategic initiatives and tactical plans that enable the organizational objectives of the local ministry and Ascension to achieve its key strategies. He works cross-functionally with many departments including full oversight of planning, coordination and delivery of patient care within the facility. 

Robert Calhoun. President and CEO of West Jefferson Medical Center (Marrero, La.). Mr. Calhoun has acted as president and CEO of West Jefferson Medical Center since July 2019. Under his leadership, the 409-bed hospital has garnered a net revenue of $355 million and has seen a significant increase in physician and employee engagement. Currently, the medical center is undergoing a master facility expansion, which will modernize and renovate some of the hospital's most crucial healthcare areas. 

Patricia Carroll, FACHE. President, Chief Hospital Executive of Hackensack Meridian Raritan Bay Medical Center and Hackensack Meridian Old Bridge Medical Center (Old Bridge and Perth Amboy, N.J.). As president and chief hospital executive of Hackensack Meridian Raritan Bay and Hackensack Meridian Old Bridge medical centers, Ms. Carroll has accountability for and oversight of both organizations, including hospital operations, strategy, and business economics. Recent initiatives include the opening of a newly renovated behavioral health unit at Raritan Bay Medical Center and the current expansion of behavioral health patient services at Raritan Bay, aligned with the level of excellence provided by Hackensack Meridian Carrier Behavioral Health. This is in addition to meeting the needs of an expanding population seeking care and treatment at Old Bridge Medical Center. Her leadership is essential to the two community hospitals with 460 beds, 1,315 full-time team members and $312 million in annual revenue. 

Frank Citara, MBA. President, Chief Hospital Executive of Hackensack Meridian Ocean University Medical Center (Brick Township, N.J.).  As president and chief hospital executive of Hackensack Meridian Ocean University Medical Center, Mr. Citara leads the academic medical center's 2,300 team members with a strategic focus. His responsibilities include ensuring his hospital delivers the best quality care through a positive and efficient culture.  In addition, he is responsible for identifying and offering essential services in an evolving landscape while optimizing the internal and external hospital footprint to support community needs and growth. Mr. Citara previously served as a business and operations manager for six years of a high-volume surgical services unit of Hackensack Meridian Ocean University Medical Center in Brick, N.J., where he managed and launched new robotic and bariatric surgery programs.

Carl Cline. Vice President and Hospital Administrator for Carilion Franklin Memorial Hospital Carilion Clinic (Roanoke, Va.). Mr. Cline oversees the staff and operations of Carilion Franklin Memorial Hospital, a 37-bed community hospital in rural Rocky Mount, Va. In 2022, the hospital had more than 1,400 admissions and 18,000 emergency department visits. Under his leadership in 2022, the hospital completed the first phase of a $15 million expansion to bring additional services, such as OBGYN, hand surgery, plastic surgery, podiatry and more, and expanded operating rooms and equipment. He has led two programs that lessened environmental impact at the institution, such as an initiative that dropped fuel usage by nearly 30 percent and a recycling program that should recycle more than 7,000 pounds a year. 

Cristina Contreras. CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan (New York City). Ms. Contreras has more than 27 years of leadership experience in executive level management of inpatient, ambulatory, clinical and ancillary services hospital operations. Under her leadership, the organization earned the Leader in LGBTQ in Healthcare Equity award from the Human Rights Commission and was named the Most Racially Inclusive Hospital by the Lown Institute, among other awards. Ms. Contreras is especially passionate about public service and improving care access for underserved and immigrant communities.

Kane Dawson. CEO of Mission Regional Medical Center (Mission, Texas). Mr. Dawson is the CEO of Mission Regional Medical Center which is a nonprofit hospital on the Mexican border and serves a growing community of 86,000 people. He is focused on helping the center to run as smoothly as possible and to keep up the effectiveness and performance of the 957 hospital employees, including 346 physicians. Under his leadership, the 297-bed hospital was recognized as one of Fortune/IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals in the nation.

Mike Delfs. President and CEO of Jamestown (N.D.) Regional Medical Center. Mr. Delfs has worked in healthcare for 28 years. He previously held roles as director, COO and CEO of independent hospitals and large health systems. He's especially passionate about helping others develop leadership skills; he taught a leadership course at the Minneapolis-based University of Minnesota Medical School.

Jeffrey DiLisi, MD. President and CEO of Roper St. Francis Healthcare (Charleston, S.C.). Dr. DiLisi is the first physician to lead the health system. One of his hallmark achievements at Roper St. Francis Healthcare has been launching a bold roadmap for the next decade, a plan that centers on caring for more patients, expanding services and modernizing technology. One of the five key initiatives is optimizing the healthcare system’s footprint by relocating Roper Hospital to a new state-of-the-art campus, expanding Roper St. Francis Berkeley Hospital and providing additional services in growing communities. 

Armand Dorian, MD. CEO of USC Verdugo Hills Hospital (Glendale, Calif). Mr. Dorian has made several appearances on major news networks, including ExtraTV, to educate the public about COVID-19. He also organized an effort to buy and deliver a CT scanner to an Artsakh hospital during the Armenian crisis in 2020. He is known for his internal communication abilities and hosts a video huddle with a different department each week to provide updates and recognize the hospital's employees.

Kelly Driscoll, RN. President and CEO of Faith Regional Health Services (Norfolk, Neb.). Ms. Driscoll has worked at Faith Regional since 2011, starting as vice president of patient care services. She was promoted senior vice president and COO in 2013 and eventually became Faith Regional president and CEO in 2018. She became a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives in 2012.

Paige Dworak. President and CEO of CareWell Health Medical Center (East Orange, N.J.). Ms. Dworak is the first female owner and CEO of a hospital in New Jersey. She has more than 20 years of experience in healthcare. Under her leadership, the hospital has expanded treatment for substance use disorders and has created the first medical group focused on the expansion of primary care, family medicine and multispecialty services. The hospital received the Patient Safety Excellence Award in 2020.

Cory Edmondson. President and CEO of Peterson Health (Kerrville, Texas). Mr. Edmondson is the leader of the growing 13-facility system. Peterson Regional Medical Center was named a Top 20 Rural Community Hospital in 2017 and has been a Top 100 Rural Community Hospital for five years in a row. Prior to joining Peterson, he was senior vice president of Midland (Texas) Memorial Hospital.

Clay Farell. CEO of St. Francis Medical Center (Lynwood, Calif.). Since November 2022, Mr. Farell has been responsible for overseeing the daily operations of St. Francis Medical Center, a 384-bed acute care hospital and level II trauma center with a staff of 1,700 members and 450 affiliated physicians. As CEO, he leads the hospital's strategic vision for growth and development. He synthesizes his experience in hospital management and business development with his knowledge of expanding technologies to position the hospital for sustained prosperity. 

Doug Faus. President and CEO of Ivinson Memorial Hospital (Laramie, Wyo.). Under Mr. Faus' leadership, Ivinson turned into a 501(c)(3) nonprofit hospital and implemented a new EHR system. The hospital was named a Top 20 Rural Community Hospital in 2019 and 2018 and won a 2019 Wyoming Hospital Quality Award. He also serves on the Wyoming Hospital Association board of directors and the American Hospital Association Regional Policy Board.

Soniya Fidler. President of UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center (Steamboat Springs, Colo.). Ms. Fidler is also a member of the board of trustees of the hospital. In addition to her position, she is on the board of directors for the Steamboat Springs Chamber, Old Town Hot Springs and the Health Partnership. She is also a member of the Ski Town USA Rotary Club. Ms. Fidler has a Master of Science in organizational leadership from Regis University in Denver.

Jodi Fincher. CEO of St. Joseph Medical Center (Ontario, Calif.). Ms. Fincher serves as CEO of St. Joseph Medical Center, a 310-bed acute care hospital. She directs a team of over 1,000 staff with a communicative, empathetic and open leadership approach. In her seven years with St. Joseph Medical Center, her strategic vision has enhanced patient experience, broadened service lines and improved physician engagement. Under her leadership, Prime Healthcare has supported the investment of over $40 million in capital improvements, including updated clinical support systems, new beds, a call light system and the development of a 20-bed senior behavioral health unit. 

Mickey Foster. CEO of FirstHealth of the Carolinas (Pinehurst, N.C.). Mr. Foster directs the development and operation of the organization. Prior to FirstHealth, he was the president of the Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro, N.C. He was also president of Cone Health's Annie Penn Hospital in Reidsville, N.C. In addition to his role as CEO, he is on the Moore County Partners in Progress board of directors.

Michelle Fuentes. President of Adventist Health Sonora (Roseville, Calif.). Ms. Fuentes oversees Adventist Health Sonora, a 152-bed community hospital and clinic network. She leads over 1,500 employees, volunteers and medical staff. Since she assumed her role in 2018, the hospital has experienced an increase in quality outcomes, improved patient experience and employee engagement, and expanded care access. 

Roxanna Gapstur, PhD, RN. President and CEO of WellSpan Health (York, Pa.). Dr. Gapstur is the president and CEO of WellSpan Health, a system of eight hospitals and 220 patient care locations that employs over 20,000. With her guidance, WellSpan has transformed from an affiliated network of entities into a system with a full care continuum. Dr. Gapstur focuses heavily on innovation and improved performance measurement, and has fostered strategic partnerships with Rite Aid and Helix in alignment with the system's goals. She serves as the executive sponsor of the system's Diversity and Inclusion Steering Committee. 

EM V. Garcia. CEO of Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Hospital and Encino (Calif.) Hospital Medical Center. As CEO, Mr. Garcia takes ownership of all actions necessary for the smooth and efficient operation of Sherman Oaks Hospital and Encino Hospital Medical Center. This includes the management of profit and loss statements, the integration of strategic plans with operations, the oversight of clinical programs, the allocation of hospital resources and more. He leads nursing, allied health and ancillary services for a diverse patient population. 

Jim Gebhart. President of Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City. Mr. Gebhardt has led Mercy Hospital OKC since 2009. He facilitates collaboration among other Mercy hospitals statewide. Mr. Gebhart is also responsible for the hospital strategy and execution of Mercy OKC, Mercy Logan County, Mercy El Reno, Mercy Watonga, Kingfisher and Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital.

Laura T. Gentry, MBA, BSN, RN. CEO of Atrium Health Navicent Peach (Macon, Ga.). Ms. Gentry serves as the CEO of Atrium Health Navicent Peach where she leads the critical access hospital to provide services to residents of Peach Country and the surrounding area. She also oversees all aspects of the hospital, including operational and financial strength, employee engagement, quality and patient satisfaction outcomes and accreditation achievement. In 2022, Atrium Health Navicent partnered with Peach County Schools to offer school-based virtual health services to students and school staff, providing access to virtual visits with a provider without having to leave the school campus, a partnership Ms. Gentry fostered through her leadership.

Vallerie Gleason. President and CEO of NMC Health (Newton, Kan.). Ms. Gleason joined NMC Health in 2004. As CEO, Ms. Gleason is responsible for day-to-day hospital operations. As CEO, she oversaw the launch of the hospital's telemedicine program and the opening of its walk-in clinic. Prior to her current position, Ms. Gleason served as the hospital's vice president of physician services and chief clinical integration officer.

Derrick Glum. CEO of Saint Mary’s Health Network (Reno, Nev.). Mr. Glum acts as CEO of Saint Mary's Health Network. With a 380-bed acute care hospital, a fully integrated medical group and Medicare advantage product, Saint Mary's is one of Nevada’s largest community health systems. Mr. Glum is charged with handling all tasks related to the operation and success of the health network, including contracting, service line offerings, staffing, care access, quality initiatives, case management and community relations. Prior to his current role, he served as the regional CEO and hospital administrator for Paradise Valley, Ariz-based Mountain View Medical Center and Florence (Ariz.) Hospital.

John "Shanon" Hamilton. Administrator of Ascension St. Vincent’s Chilton Hospital (Clanton, Ala.). Mr. Hamilton is the Administrator of Ascension St. Vincent’s Chilton Hospital and is responsible for its operational effectiveness as well as directing it towards constant improvement in its key objectives. He initiates and implements process improvement strategies relating to workflow, quality care and patient safety. He also represents the facility and organization on systemwide initiatives and strategic programming and policy development for sustained growth. He is a lifelong resident of Chilton County and is dedicated to serving the community. He has helped to add additional offerings for the hospital such as the new wound care center, sleep center, the addition of new 3D mammography technology and the building of a new professional office building that will house additional specialties. 

Edward Herrman. President and CEO of Hays Medical Center (Hays, Kan.). Mr. Herrman was appointed CEO and president in 2017. Prior to this, he was president of Enid, Okla.-based Integris Bass Baptist Health Center. He is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Paul Hinchey, MD. COO of University Hospitals (Cleveland). Dr. Hinchey is an established researcher, author and international lecturer. He oversees University Hospitals Community Delivery Network's business development, financial performance, and leadership recruitment and advancement. He led the integration of the Lake Health system, comprising 11 facilities, including three acute care hospitals, into the University Hospitals Health System. Dr. Hinchey also expanded UH's hospitalist model to more community hospitals.

Bill Hoefer. President of Corewell Health Zeeland and Pennock Hospitals (Mich.). Mr. Hoefer was named president of Zeeland Community Hospital in 2021. He has 26 years of experience in the healthcare industry. Before coming to Zeeland, he was COO of St. Louis, Mo.-based Mercy Hospital South.

Timothy J. Hogan. President, Chief Hospital Executive, Hackensack Meridian Riverview Medical Center; Executive Vice President, Care Transformation Services, Hackensack Meridian Health (Red Bank and Edison, N.J.).  As executive vice president of care transformation services, Mr. Hogan is responsible for corporate oversight of cardiovascular, oncology, orthopedic and neuroscience service lines at Hackensack Meridian Health, New Jersey’s largest integrated healthcare system offering a complete range of medical services, innovative research and life-enhancing care. The network includes 18 hospitals and affiliations with more than 7,000 physicians. Reporting to the system chief operating officer, this CTS leadership position oversees the development and successful implementation of transformational service line strategies that align with industry best practices for patient experience, quality, clinical outcomes and cost-effectiveness while evolving this organization into a nationally recognized value-based risk reimbursement service model.

John Horner. President and CEO of MHP Major Hospital (Shelbyville, Ind.). Mr. Horner has served as president and CEO of MHP since 2008. Under his leadership, MPH has achieved distinction by being recognized as a top 100 hospital in America and top technology hospital by Thompson-Reuters and Truven Health, respectively. In 2020, Mr. Horner was honored with the Distinguished Service Award by the Indiana Hospital Association for his accomplishments in enhancing hospital services.

Shawn Howard. President and CEO of McAlester (Okla.) Regional Health Center. Mr. Howard was appointed president and CEO in 2022. Under his leadership, the hospital has implemented a wage increase plan, increased access to leadership for employees and created an education plan for staff and physicians to create a better line of communication for patients. Mr. Howard also has formed strong partnerships with Oklahoma City-based OU Health and Oklahoma Heart Hospital to increase inpatient support for physicians and providers.

David Huffstutler. President and CEO of St. David's HealthCare (Austin, Texas). Mr. Huffstutler was named president and CEO in 2011. In 2019, he was honored by the Texas Hospital Association as the recipient of the 2018 Earl M. Collier Award for Distinguished Health Care Administration. The award recognizes outstanding executives who have distinguished themselves through their contributions to the healthcare industry and their profession.

Lisa Iachetti, MBA, BSN, RN. President, Chief Hospital Executive of Hackensack Meridian Palisades Medical Center (North Bergen, N.J.). As president and chief hospital executive of Hackensack Meridian Palisades Medical Center, Ms. Iachetti provides leadership and strategic direction regarding all aspects of hospital operations. Her record of caring and commitment spans more than four decades of emergency department nursing, proven leadership, strategic planning and execution, hospital financial operations, health system optimization and administrative efficiency. Her dedicated vision advances strategic initiatives at Palisades Medical Center to improve the quality of healthcare delivery in Hudson and southern Bergen counties. She has been with Hackensack Hospitals since 1994 and has helped to lead and institute many important initiatives such as the Air Medical Program which provides expedited transport for emergency trauma victims. 

Jarrod Johnson. President of UPMC Carlisle (Pittsburgh). In his role as president of UPMC Carlisle Hospital, Mr. Johnson is responsible for the operational and strategic leadership of the hospital and the surrounding market. He oversees the growth of programs and services, the quality and delivery of healthcare, and community engagement. He has assisted in the opening of a level II neonatal intensive care unit, the expansion of medical oncology, a revamp of surgical services and the launch of child advocacy programs. 

Russ Johnson. President and CEO of LMH Health (Lawrence, Kan.). Mr. Johnson was named president and CEO of LMH Health in 2016. He has more than 37 years of experience in the healthcare industry. In 2007 he received the American Hospital Association's national recognition for his accomplishments as a small or rural hospital leader. He also received the Rural Healthcare Excellence Award from the Colorado Rural Health Center in 2007.

Wade Johnson. CEO of St. Peter's Health (Helena, Mont.). Mr. Johnson was appointed CEO of St. Peter's Health in 2017. Before coming to St. Peter's Health he was CEO of Emmett, Idaho.-based Valor Health. He is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Phillip Kambic. President and CEO of Riverside Healthcare (Kankakee, Ill.). Mr. Kambic joined Riverside Healthcare in 1985, serving in various leadership positions until he was appointed president and CEO in January 2006. Under his leadership, Riverside Medical Center has received numerous awards and recognitions, including multiple IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospital Awards and several IBM Watson Health 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospital Awards. The system also now serves five counties and has doubled its net asset size.

Cindy Kamikawa, RN. President of Queen's North Hawai'i Community Hospital (Honolulu). Ms. Kamikawa was appointed president of Queen's North Hawai'i Community Hospital in 2016. In this role, she oversees the clinical and administrative operations of the 35-bed acute care hospital and outpatient specialty clinics throughout the region. Among her many accomplishments, Ms. Kamikawa led the expansion of the hospital's emergency department from 3,300 square feet to over 12,000 square feet in January 2020.

Nizar Kifaieh, MD. President and CEO of Hudson Regional Hospital (Secaucus, N.J.). Mr. Kifaieh has served as president and CEO of Hudson Regional Hospital since January 2018. He has led the facility through a $10 million capital improvement campaign and improved the patient experience through a patient liaison team for pediatrics, geriatrics and emergency room visitors. Hudson Regional Hospital was designated the official COVID-19 testing site for Hudson County in March 2020 under his leadership.

Chris Klay. President and CEO of HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital (O’Fallon, Ill.). Mr. Klay was named president and CEO of HSHS St. Joseph's Hospital, where he previously served as division director of rehabilitation services for the system's western Wisconsin division, in 2017. Since joining the system in 2009, he has been responsible for a variety of operations, including inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation and respiratory therapy. Mr. Klay began his healthcare career in 2000 as a physical therapist.

Felissa Koernig. President of Guthrie Corning Hospital (Corning, N.Y.). Ms. Koernig brings more than 15 years of strategic and operational management experience to her role as president of Guthrie Corning Hospital. Her role involves leading the 65-bed hospital, which consists of an ICU, med-surg and labor and delivery inpatient units, an emergency department, a full service cancer center, an ambulatory surgery center, an off-site outpatient rehabilitation and wellness and fitness center, and a robust outpatient platform. She is responsible for strategic growth, business and community partnerships, quality, financial outcomes, and talent engagement and retention. Ms. Koernig has successfully led the hospital to the achievement of a Leapfrog Safety Grade A. She is now guiding the hospital in its pursuit of robotics and trauma designations as well as a level three trauma center designation. 

Jason Kreitner. President and Chief Hospital Executive of Hackensack Meridian Ocean University Medical Center (Brick Township, N.J.). Mr. Kreitner began his healthcare career as a radiation therapist. He joined Hackensack Meridian Health in 2012 and was appointed to his current position in 2019. Under his leadership, the hospital has improved quality metrics in a number of areas, including C-section rates and readmissions.

Steve Lail. President and CEO of Down East Community Hospital and Calais Community Hospital (Machias and Calais, Maine). Mr. Lail directs both Down East Community Hospital and Calais Hospital, two critical access hospitals that provide necessary services to an underserved area. His main goal is to preserve resources and deliver care to patients in a financially viable manner. Thanks to his efforts, Down East Community Hospital has expanded services and achieved a positive bottom line for several years. 

John Langlois. CEO of Riverview Regional Medical Center (Gadsden, Ala.). As CEO of Riverview Regional Medical Center, a 281-bed acute care facility with 700 employees and 200 medical staff members, Mr. Langlois makes daily operational and financial decisions to ensure the safe, quality delivery of care. He implements evidenced-based practice measures and holds all departments to high performance improvement standards. Despite the challenges brought on by the pandemic, his leadership has allowed the hospital to stay financially stable.

Michael Lauf. President and CEO of Cape Cod Healthcare (Hyannis, Mass.). Mr. Lauf has overseen operations for Cape Cod Healthcare's 450 physicians and 5,300 employees since December 2010. He also served as the system's chief operating officer for two years. Prior to joining Cape Cod Healthcare, Mr. Lauf was chief operating officer of Bristol Medical Center, a 348-bed hospital in Bristol, Tenn.

Stuart Levine, MD. President of MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center (Baltimore). As president of MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center, Dr. Levine oversees all aspects of hospital operations for the 354-bed hospital. He hones in on patient care optimization, growth of clinical programs and services, physician and staff recruitment and retention, and quality and compliance. Dr. Levine makes an effort to build and cultivate valuable partnerships with nearby organizations as well. Cumulatively, his work helps position the hospital as the ideal local choice for comprehensive medical care. He also serves as senior vice president of Columbia, Md.-based Medstar Health. 

Myron Lewis. President and CEO of Blanchard Valley Health System (Findlay, Ohio). Mr. Lewis was named president and CEO of Blanchard Valley Health System in 2021. He previously served as the president of Spectrum Health Zeeland (Mich.) Community Hospital. Mr. Lewis also has a variety of previous community affiliations, including a position on the board of directors for Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Health Pointe Integrated Care Campus.

Gordon Lintz. President and Chief Administrative Officer of Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System (Morristown, Tenn.). Mr. Lintz has been the president and chief administrative officer of Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System since 2012.  He oversees the 167-bed facility that has supported its local 8 counties in East Tennessee for 125 years. He is also committed to improving access to high-quality healthcare and recruiting skilled primary and specialty physicians to the area. Since he took over his role, the system has seen improvements including investments in the hospitals that total more than $100 million.

Svetlana Lipyanskaya. CEO of NYC Health+Hospitals/Coney Island (New York City). Ms. Lipyanskaya was named the first female CEO of NYC Health+Hospitals/Coney Island in January 2020. She has over 18 years of experience in healthcare, 13 of which were spent at Weill Cornell Medicine. Ms. Lipyanskaya is currently leading the execution of several projects, including the completion of an 11-story hospital and development of a health and wellness institute.

Bill Little. CEO of Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center (Hartsville, S.C.). Mr. Little is in his seventh year as CEO of Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center and has worked in the healthcare industry for over 20 years. He has operational oversight for the 116-bed, acute-care facility and its employed multispecialty provider practices. He leads an organization of more than 700 associates and medical staff. The hospital is owned by ScionHealth and has a clinical affiliation with the Medical University of South Carolina. Under his leadership, the hospital earned an "A" safety grade from LeapFrog. 

Floyd Long. CEO of NYC Health+Hospital/Carter (New York City). Mr. Long has served as the CEO of NYC Health+Hospital/Carter since 2015. Among his many accomplishments, Mr. Long led the opening and operation of an acute care hospital in response to COVID-19 in a record two-week time. He manages the hospital's $80 million budget.

Ed Lovern. President and CEO of Ascension Saint Agnes Hospital (Baltimore). With over 20 years in healthcare, Mr. Lovern was named president and CEO of Ascension Saint Agnes in July 2020. Under his leadership, the hospital has seen positive trends in financial performance, key volumes and patient experience. After two years with negative net operating income, the hospital had a positive operating margin in fiscal year 2021 and is on track to remain positive this upcoming fiscal year. Outside of the hospital, Mr. Lovern serves on various committees, including as chair of Maryland Hospital Association's Workforce of the Future Task Force and a member of Maryland Physicians Care Board of Directors.

Chris Lumsden. President and CEO, Northern Regional Hospital (Mount Airy, N.C.). With 35 years of healthcare administration experience, Mr. Lumsden is an experienced leader. He previously served as president and administrator of Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital in South Boston, Va. He is also an American College of Healthcare Executives fellow and a licensed nursing home administrator.

James Machado. Regional President, Ascension St. Vincent's Southside (Jacksonville, Fla.) and Ascension St. Vincent's St. Johns County (Fla.). Mr. Machado has been with Ascension since 2016. He previously served at Health Management Associates in COO and CEO positions in the company's regional medical centers. He is also a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Christina Maguire. President and CEO of Mount Desert Island Hospital (Bar Harbor, Maine). Ms. Maguire oversees care and delivery at Mount Desert Island's 25-bed critical access hospital. As CEO and president, she makes sure to be hands on in hospital activities. Ms. Maguire is also a member of the CFO Council for the Maine Hospital Association.

Thibaut van Marcke. Senior Vice President, Orlando Health Southeast Region, and President, Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital (Orlando, Fla.). Mr. van Marcke serves as senior vice president of Orlando Health’s Southeast region and president of Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital. As a member of the Orlando Health senior executive team, he manages operational strategy for the organization's Southeast region. The 285-bed hospital has served Orlando for 40 years and is award-winning such as its 2022 "A" Hospital Safety Grad by Leapfrog. He prioritizes building a culture of collaboration which leads to growth and quality performance.  

J. Michael Marsh. President and CEO of Overlake Medical Center & Clinics (Bellevue, Wash.). Mr. Marsh has 33 years of experience in strategy, business development and operations supporting hospitals and health systems. Before joining Overlake in 2014, he spent 26 years with Providence Health and Services in Renton, Wash., in a variety of positions. Overlake has 349 beds and employs nearly 3,000 people.

Brandon McBride. CEO and Administrator, Logan (Utah) Regional Hospital. Mr. McBride has been with Intermountain Healthcare for more than 13 years. He leads Logan Regional Hospital, which has 130 staffed beds. Before coming to Intermountain, he served as an operations director at Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic.

Mike McCafferty. CEO of Sheridan (Wyo.) Memorial Hospital. Mr. McCafferty oversees operations at Sheridan Memorial, an 88-bed hospital. He strives to foster a culture of kindness and compassion throughout the hospital. CMS gave Sheridan Memorial an overall five-star rating in 2021.

Cheryl McIntire. CEO and CFO of Lehigh Regional Medical Prime Healthcare (Lehigh Acres, Fla.). As CEO, Ms. McIntire is responsible for all hospital operations. She conducts assessments to determine key specialties and recruits to meet the needs of the community. As CFO, she is also responsible for maintaining the financial performance of the hospital. She is passionate about delivering the highest standard of quality care which is evident with the quality and safety awards that Lehigh Regional Medical Center has achieved while under her leadership such as its appearance on Fortune’s “100 Top Hospitals” list. 

Jeff Mengenhausen. CEO, Montrose (Colo.) Regional Health. Mr. Mengenhausen has led Montrose Regional Health's 57-bed facility since August 2021. He has more than 15 years of leadership experience in a variety of sectors. Before his current role, Mr. Mengenhausen served as CEO of Madelia (Minn.) Health.

Caitlin Miller, MBA, MS BSN, RN-BC. President, Chief Hospital Executive of Hackensack Meridian Bayshore Medical Center (Holmdel, N.J.). Mrs. Miller serves as president and chief hospital executive of Hackensack Meridian Bayshore Medical Center in Holmdel, N.J. Since opening more than 50 years ago, the medical center has undergone significant changes. While still offering patients and guests a community hospital feel, Bayshore Medical Center has grown to offer state-of-the-art technology and resources to treat the diverse needs of its community. She has successfully led the organization through the COVID-19 pandemic, two successful Joint Commission surveys, infrastructure upgrades, capital projects and the construction of a 32,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Emergency Care Center with 35 private patient treatment rooms.

Thomas Miller. President, Aurora BayCare Medical Center (Green Bay, Wis.). Mr. Miller's leadership can be seen throughout Aurora BayCare Medical Center, a 167-bed acute care tertiary hospital. He joined Aurora in 2019 as vice president of operations. He helped open Aurora BayCare Health Center in Kaukauna, Wis., and designed the hospital's COVID-19 incident command structure.

George Mikitarian. President and CEO of Parrish Medical Center (Titusville, Fla.). Mr. Mikitarian has led Parrish Medical Center as its president and CEO since 2001. With his guidance, Parrish has become widely recognized for its commitment to patient safety and is the nation's first and only healthcare organization to earn The Joint Commission's Integrated Care certification. In 2016, Mr. Mikitarian introduced Parrish Healthcare, a regional network of collaborative health service providers that aims to achieve integrated healing care for patients, families and communities. 

Shawn Molsberger. Senior Vice President of Orlando (Fla.) Health Northeast Region and President of Orlando Health South Seminole Hospital (Longwood, Fla.). Mr. Molsberger fosters a culture of collaboration, support and encouragement throughout Orlando Health. Through his leadership, the hospital hit the 92nd percentile on the last team member engagement survey. In 2022, Orlando Health landed on Forbes' "America's Best Large Employers'' list.

Michele Morrison, RN. President, Chief Hospital Executive of Hackensack Meridian Southern Ocean Medical Center (Brick Township, N.J.). As president and chief hospital executive of Southern Ocean Medical Center, a nonprofit hospital consisting of 176 licensed beds and employing 1,300 team members with annual revenue of $200 million, Ms. Morrison has accountability and oversight of the organization. Ms. Morris oversees business economics, strategic development, philanthropy, and hospital operations. She is key in creating corporate strategy and business development such as adding a second Da Vinci Xi robot.  

Brian Murphy, MD. CEO of Valley View Hospital (Glenwood Springs, Colo.). Dr. Murphy served the Glenwood Springs community for 18 years as a board-certified urologist. He now leads Valley View's 78-bed hospital. He has served in a variety of roles at Valley View, including chief of staff and chief medical officer.

Lisa Nichols. Administrator of Ascension St. Vincent’s St. Clair Hospital (Pell City, Ala.). Ms. Nichols is responsible for the day-to-day operations of St. Vincent’s St. Clair Hospital. She also looks out for its long-term strategic initiatives of service line growth and meeting key metrics. She is dedicated to building trust in her organization across all partners and employees. Under her leadership, the 40-bed hospital has increased the volume in its emergency department. Its patient experience and quality measures have also continued to exceed its health system’s goals.

Michelle Niermann. President and CEO of UnityPoint Health-Cedar Rapids (Iowa). Ms. Niermann has been with UnityPoint Health since 1999. She has since held a variety of positions at St. Luke's Hospital in Cedar Rapids and UnityPoint. She is also a board member of the Iowa Association of Healthcare Leaders.

Eric Packer. CEO and Administrator of Cedar City Hospital (Salt Lake City). Mr. Packer has 30 years of healthcare leadership experience. He joined Intermountain in 1995 and has since served in a number of leadership positions for the health system. In 2020, the Utah Department of Health named Mr. Packer CEO of the year.

Jason Paret. CEO of Catalina Island Medical Center (Avalon, Calif.). As CEO of Catalina Island Medical Center, Mr. Paret forms and drives the vision of the organization. He ensures the appropriate allocation of fiscal, physical and human resources while directing operations, programs and finances to ensure the delivery of high quality healthcare services. Mr. Paret has aided the organization in doubling its revenues since the beginning of his tenure in 2016. In addition, he developed and passed a $100 million ballot measure to fund a replacement facility on the island, cultivated a relationship with Irvine, Calif.-based UCI Health to raise patient satisfaction rates and improved efficiency of the operating board. 

Chris Peek. President and CEO of CaroMont Health (Gastonia, N.C.). Mr. Peek leads CaroMont Health, a regional health system that is the county's largest employer. The health system is comprised of CaroMount Regional Medical Center, CaroMont Medical Group, Courtland Terrace and Gaston Hospice. Mr. Peek was crucial in growing CaroMont from a single 400-bed hospital to a multihospital system. His influence also led to a joint venture nursing program with a local community college and the development of a masters nursing program with a local university. 

Daniel Peterson. CEO of Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital (Santa Rosa, Calif.). As its CEO, Mr. Peterson leads Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital, a state-of-the-art acute care hospital in the North Bay region of San Francisco. In his role, Mr. Peterson oversees all operations for a 124-bed general acute care hospital, an outpatient infusion center, surgical clinics and a family medicine residency program. He is responsible for a $300 million operating budget and over 1,000 employees.

Dennis Pfleiger. President, St. Luke's Upper Bucks Campus and St. Luke's Quakertown Campus (Quakertown, Pa.). Mr. Pfleiger joined St. Luke's in 2017 as COO. Before joining St. Luke's, he served as vice president of Einstein Healthcare Network in East Norriton, Pa. He specializes in physician relations and recruitment, productivity enhancement, operations, patient flow and population health.

Jason Pilant. President and Chief Administrative Officer of Roane Medical Center (Harriman, Tenn.). Mr. Pliant is the president and chief administrative officer of Roane Medical Center, a role he has been in since 2017. He is responsible for the operation of the hospital. In addition, he develops and analyzes business plans to maximize productivity and efficiency, and he works with hospital staff to improve patient safety. He serves as a member of Covenant Health's senior leadership team, working alongside other facility administrators and health system executives to accomplish strategic goals.  

Jayne Pope, RN. CEO, Hill Country Memorial (Fredericksburg, Texas). Before becoming CEO in 2013, Ms. Pope served as chief nursing officer at Hill Country Memorial. Under her leadership, the hospital's patient experience and value-based purchasing performance have reached the top decile in the country. She is also a member of the Texas Hospital Association board of trustees.

Stephen Porter. CEO at Piedmont Fayette Hospital (Fayetteville, Ga.). Mr. Porter was appointed CEO in 2019 with more than 25 years of healthcare experience behind him. He joined the hospital after serving as CEO of Roper St. Francis Healthcare in Charleston, S.C., where he led a $150 million expansion. At Piedmont, he oversees a 282-bed acute care nonprofit hospital with more than 2,000 employees and 900 physicians.

Amber Price, DNP, RN. President of Sentara Williamsburg (Va.) Regional Medical Center. Dr. Price is a certified nurse-midwife who was appointed to her position in February. She was previously vice president of Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare's TriStar division, where she oversaw the construction of two hospitals and the creation of a maternal and neonatal helicopter flight program. She now oversees a 145-bed facility that has been recognized as one of the top 100 hospitals in the U.S. by Watson Health.

Melody Trimble. CEO of St. Francis-Emory Healthcare (Columbus, Ga.). Ms. Trimble, oversees all strategic and financial operations at St. Francis-Emory Healthcare, a 73-year-old community hospital and health system consisting of two campuses: a 290-bed acute care hospital and the 85-bed Bradley Center behavioral health hospital. St. Francis-Emory Healthcare, which has more than 120 employed providers and includes 17 physician practices, generates approximately $400 million in revenue while serving patients in West Georgia and East Alabama. Ms. Trimble executes the health system’s strategic plan for clinical quality and safety, growth and sustainability, recruitment and retention, and compliance. She also leads the hospital’s partnership with Emory Healthcare. 

Alan Qualls. CEO of Northern Colorado Division, Banner Health (Greeley, Loveland and Fort Collins, Colo.). Mr. Qualls serves as CEO of Banner Health’s Northern Colorado division. In this role, he leads North Colorado Medical Center, Banner McKee Medical Center and Banner Fort Collins Medical Center. He is responsible for service quality, clinical outcomes, market share management, and the expansion and financial integrity of operations. Since joining the organization in 2022, he has fortified the organization’s community reach, broadened mental health service offerings and fostered a nurturing company culture. He brings 25 years of adult and pediatric healthcare experience to his position.

Armin Rahmanian. President of OhioHealth Dublin Methodist Hospital and OhioHealth Grady Memorial Hospital (Delaware). Mr. Rahmanian joined OhioHealth in August with more than 20 years of experience in the hospital settings. He previously served as COO of Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus and a business manager for Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. He is a board member of the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation.

Mike Riley, RN. President and COO of Novant Health Huntersville (N.C.) Medical Center. Mr. Riley joined Huntersville Medical Center in 2015 after serving as president of one of Novant Health's orthopedic hospitals. He oversees a full service, 139-bed hospital.

Brian Ring. President and CEO of Henry Community Health (New Castle, Ind.). Mr. Ring took over his current role in August of 2022. He has been a part of Henry Community Health since 1997. In his role, he works alongside the majority of stakeholders of the system to deliver exemplary care. 

Christopher Roker. Lincoln CEO and System Chief Growth Officer of NYC Hospital + Health System (New York City). Mr. Roker oversees operations, revenue, patient services and staff productivity at a full service, acute care hospital with 362 beds staffed by more than 300 physicians. He was recognized on City & State's "2021 Bronx Power 100" list for his leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic. He is also the chief growth officer for the NYC Health + Hospitals system.

Parrish Scarboro. CEO of Chino (Calif.) Valley Medical Center. Mr. Scarboro has served as Chino Valley Medical Center's CEO since May 2021. The medical center is part of Ontario-based Prime Healthcare, which spans 46 hospitals across 14 states. Previously, Mr. Scarboro served as CEO of Prime Healthcare's San Dimas Community Hospital and Glendora Community Hospital.

Rachelle Schultz, EdD. President and CEO of Winona (Minn.) Health. Dr. Schultz oversees a 125-year-old health system with more than 90 physicians and associate providers, 13 specialties and more than 1,000 employees. She has held her position since 2002. Winona Health has been named a "Top 100 Rural and Community Hospital" from 2017-20 by the Chartis Center for Rural Health. In 2020, the organization recognized Ms. Schultz as one of its "Healthcare Heroes" for her leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Stephanie Schwartz. Senior Vice President of Atlantic Health System and President of Overlook Medical Center (Summit, N.J.). Ms. Schwartz joined Atlantic Health in 2016 as president of Chilton Medical Center in Pompton Plains, N.J. During her tenure, Chilton was named the No. 1 midsize hospital in New Jersey by Castle Connolly for six years and was recognized as a high-performing hospital in multiple specialties by U.S. News & World Report. She led through several accomplishments, including the renovations of its intensive care unit and emergency departments and the opening of the Children's Center, which combined the hospital's pediatric emergency services and inpatient hospital care. She was appointed president of Overlook Medical Center in December 2021.

Chris Self. President and CEO of AdventHealth Gordon and AdventHealth Murray (Calhoun, Ga. ). Mr. Self was appointed to his position in December 2021 after serving in several leadership roles with AdventHealth for 17 years, including COO then CEO of AdventHealth Manchester (Ky.). During his two-year tenure as CEO, AdventHealth Manchester expanded multiple service lines and outreach clinics and increased its focus on community and economic development.

Lance Sewell. Senior Vice President of Orlando Health North Central Region and President of Orlando Health South Lake Hospital (Clermont, Fla.). Mr. Sewell joined Orlando Health in 2006. He oversees its North Central sector as well as Orlando Health South Lake Hospital's 180-acre campus, which includes 170 patient beds, an ASC, a short-term rehabilitation facility and a fitness center. He previously served as Orlando Health South Lake's CFO, where he led key departments and acted as a financial liaison for the hospital's information systems.

Jared Smith. CEO of Baptist Health Bethesda Hospital East and Bethesda Hospital West (Boynton Beach, Fla.). Mr. Smith became CEO of Baptist Health Bethesda Hospital East and Bethesda Hospital West in February 2023. In total, the two hospitals serve over 100,000 patients annually. Prior to his current role, Mr. Smith served as CEO of Broward Health Coral Springs since 2018.

Matt Smith. CEO of Clark Regional Medical Center (Winchester, Ky.). Mr. Smith was appointed CEO in 2020 after spending three years as CEO of Bourbon Community Hospital in Paris, Ky. Prior to joining Bourbon Community Hospital, he was COO at Clark Regional, when he was credited with helping to improve physician satisfaction from 20 percent to 90 percent in a 17-month period. CRMC has 79 beds, 75 physicians and nearly 500 employees.

Lorraine Smith. Vice President and CEO of Monroe County Hospital (Forsyth, Ga.). Ms. Smith has served as CEO of Monroe County Hospital, an Atrium Health Navicent partner, since February 2018. She works closely with the hospital’s board and leaders to focus on the strategic direction, financial and operational strength, quality and the patient experience. Under her leadership, the hospital has expanded clinical service lines resulting in overall increased patient volumes and revenue, increased philanthropic support, obtained ISO 9001 quality certification and completed hospital renovations to include emergency department expansion. Ms. Smith serves on multiple community boards and received her board certification in healthcare management from the American College of Healthcare Executives. In addition to her work in healthcare, Ms. Smith has served as a member of the U.S. Army Reserve for more than 25 years. She is currently the 8th Medical Brigade Command Sergeant Major.

Michael Stapleton Jr. President and CEO of UR Medicine Thompson Health (Canandaigua, N.Y.). Mr. Stapleton has served as Thompson's president and CEO for a decade. In that time, Thompson's primary care base has grown from five locations to 14, and it has grown from 1,300 employees to 1,800. Upon becoming CEO, Mr. Stapleton created a fiscal sustainability plan, turning around a $4.3 million inherited loss in 2012 to a $4.8 million gain in 2013. Thompson saw a $7.8 million gain in 2021. Recent awards include the 2022 Women's Choice Award for "Best Hospitals for Minimally Invasive Surgery and Mammography," and the 2022 "LGBTQ Health Care Equality Leader" designation from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.

Erik Thorsen. CEO of Columbia Memorial Hospital and the CMH-OHSU Health Medical Group (Astoria, Ore.). Mr. Thorsen’s extensive experience in healthcare, including more than 25 years in administration, lends itself to his role as CEO of Columbia Memorial Hospital and the CMH-OHSU Health Medical Group. He is responsible for guiding the organization through its five-year strategic plan and priorities, which are set by the board of trustees. Columbia Memorial Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital and one of very few remaining independent hospitals in Oregon. CMH-OHSU Health Medical Group consists of 17 clinics, with services spanning women’s health, pediatrics, orthopedics, cardiology, general surgery and more. Mr. Thorsen is currently overseeing an expansion project for Columbia Memorial Hospital, which is expected to break ground in fall 2024.

Kevin Unger, PhD. President and CEO of UCHealth Poudre Valley Hospital (Fort Collins, Colo.) and UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies (Loveland, Colo.). Dr. Unger became president and CEO of Poudre Valley Hospital — the hospital where he was born — in 2005. When he took the helm, it was part of a small, regional two-hospital health system. It's now part of Aurora, Colo.-based UCHealth, a 12-hospital system. Dr. Unger was named one of the 30 Most-Influential Business Leaders in Northern Colorado by BizWest in 2022. Poudre Valley Hospital has been recognized on the "100 Top Hospitals" list by Watson Health 15 times.

Patti VanDort, MSN. President of Holland (Mich.) Hospital. Ms. VanDort took the reins as president of Holland Hospital on April 1, but she has served as a leader at the hospital for decades. She joined Holland as a staff nurse in 1987, serving in various leadership roles before joining the executive team as vice president of nursing and chief nursing officer in 2001. She is a past winner of the Michigan Nurse of the Year award by the Michigan Organization of Nurse Executives. She served as senior vice president of hospital operations before becoming president.

Rob Vissers, MD. President and CEO of Boulder (Colo.) Community Health. Dr. Vissers leads Boulder Community Health, one of Colorado’s last remaining independent community health systems. In his role, he contributes to the strategic planning and overall management of Foothills Hospital, two emergency departments, and various primary care and specialty care clinics. Dr. Vissers led the system in building its own instance of Epic EHR, making it one of the smallest health systems to do so. He also facilitated the system’s partnership with Optum around revenue cycle, analytics and performance optimization.  

Darrell Wachowiak, BSN, RN. President, ProMedica Flower Hospital (Sylvania, Ohio). Mr. Wachowiak joined ProMedica in 1998. He has served in various clinical and operation leadership roles during his tenure and was named ProMedica Flower Hospital president in September 2020. In 2021, the Ohio Department of Health designated the hospital as an ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction center, permitting local emergency responders to take patients in need of emergency heart care directly to ProMedica Flower Hospital instead of a farther location.

Denise Webber. President and CEO, Stillwater (Okla.) Medical. Ms. Webber has served as president and CEO of Stillwater since 2016. She began her tenure at the health system in 2003 as an administrative fellow. She was promoted to the senior leadership team in 2006 and was promoted to COO before assuming her current role. Becker's named Ms. Webber to its "Rising Stars: 25 Healthcare Leaders under 40" list in 2015.

John Whiteside. Market CEO of SageWest Health Care (Riverton and Lander, Wyo.). Mr. Whiteside is the Market CEO of SageWest Health Care. In his role, he oversees all financial, strategic and clinical operations for the two-campus community hospital system which provides vital services to the residents of Fremont County, Wyo. Together the two campuses total 172 beds and over 500 employees. In his short tenure, he has successfully recruited and retained providers and caregivers while also improving the standing and services of the hospital system. 

Kay Whitley. CEO of Spanish Peaks Regional Health Center and Spanish Peaks Veterans Community Living Center (Walsenburg, Colo.). Ms. Whitley is responsible for managing Spanish Peaks Regional Health Center, a 25-bed critical access hospital, and Spanish Peaks Veterans Community Living Center, a 120-bed verteran’s home. She took on the role in 2016 and played a key part in keeping patients and veterans safe during the pandemic. Before her current position, Ms. Whitley held leadership roles at Pueblo, Colo.-based Parkview Medical Center from 1999 to 2016.

Darryl Wolfe. CEO, Olympic Medical Center (Port Angeles, Wash.). Mr. Wolfe has served as Olympic's CEO since August 2020. He joined Olympic in 2006 as a financial analyst. He progressed into leadership roles including treasurer, director of administration, CFO and COO. Olympic was named a "Rural & Community Top Hospital" by The Chartis Group for the sixth time in 2021.

Dan Woods. CEO of El Camino Health (Mountain View, Calif.). Mr. Woods has more than 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry, including serving as El Camino's CEO since 2017. His previous roles include serving as senior vice president of Verras Healthcare, a healthcare consulting firm, and as president and CEO of Wellstar Kennestone Regional Medical Center in Marietta, Ga. The Human Rights Campaign Foundation named El Camino an "LGBTQ+ Healthcare Equality Leader" for the seventh year in a row in 2022.

Allison Wyler. President, Advocate Good Samaritan (Downers Grove, Ill.). Ms. Wyler has been at the helm of the Good Samaritan since May 2021, where she oversees a 293-bed hospital with nearly 1,200 physicians and 750 nurses. She joined Advocate in 2010 as an administrative fellow. In 2014, Crain's Chicago Business named Ms. Wyler one of the "Twenty in their 20s" while she served in an executive leadership role at Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital in Barrington, Ill.

Jeff Zewe. President and CEO of Northern Maine Medical Center (Fort Kent). Mr. Zewe joined Northern Maine Medical Center as president and CEO in May 2022. He oversees a 49-bed acute care hospital staffed by 55 healthcare providers servicing 15,000 people in the community. Mr. Zewe brings over 30 years of healthcare experience to the role. Most recently, he served as president and CEO of Olean, N.Y.-based Upper Allegheny Health System.

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