Kiley Floyd, CEO at Nemaha Valley Community Hospital

This episode features Kiley Floyd, CEO at Nemaha Valley Community Hospital. Here, she discusses her pride in the resiliency of her team, challenges surrounding rural healthcare, advice for evolving leaders, and more.

Summary

Interview: Kiley Floyd, CEO at Nemaha Valley Community Hospital

In this episode, the host sits down with Kiley Floyd, CEO at Nemaha Valley Community Hospital, to discuss various aspects of healthcare in rural America. Through their conversation, Kiley shares insights on the challenges she faces as a healthcare professional, how her team has remained resilient, and what advice she has for future leaders in this field.

Pride in Resiliency

Kiley talks about how her team has faced numerous challenges over the years, from funding cuts to increased competition from other healthcare providers. However, she remains proud of how her team has remained resilient and has continued to provide quality care to the community.

Challenges Surrounding Rural Healthcare

As a CEO of a rural hospital, Kiley acknowledges that there are currently many challenges facing rural healthcare providers. These include a shortage of physicians, funding issues, and a lack of access to the latest medical technologies. Despite these challenges, Kiley is optimistic about the future of rural healthcare and remains committed to providing access to quality care for those in need.

Advice for Evolving Leaders

For those looking to pursue a leadership role in healthcare, Kiley stresses the importance of staying up-to-date on the latest medical technologies and treatment options. She also emphasizes the need for strong communication skills, as well as the ability to adapt quickly to changing circumstances. Kiley encourages aspiring leaders to seek out mentorship opportunities and to be open to learning from others.

The Importance of Positive Impact

As a healthcare professional, Kiley believes that making a positive impact on patients and their families is one of the most rewarding aspects of her job. For those looking to enter the field, she encourages them to prioritize this aspect of their work and to always remember the impact they can have on the lives of others.

If you're interested in learning more about healthcare in rural America or are aspiring to be a healthcare leader, this episode is a must-listen!

 

Note: This is an AI generated transcript, not edited by a staff writer and is solely intended for educational purposes. If you have any questions/concerns, reach out to podcasts@beckershealthcare.com

 

This episode aired on 01/19/2023 and can be listened here.

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