Adventist Healthcare News – January 2019

Adventist Healthcare News – January 2019
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AdventHealth Signals a New Beginning in Health Care

Adventist Health System’s new name, AdventHealth, has brought 30 brands together. In an effort to become more consumer-centric, the goal is to provide an easy way to distinguish locations and services across its network.  “This is a historic day for our organization, and I can’t be more excited about the direction we are heading,” said Terry Shaw, president/CEO for AdventHealth. Click here to read the press release

Living Like a Leader: A Day with Adventist Health Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Hoda Asmar

Becker’s Hospital Review “Living like a leader” series, which examines influential decision-makers’ daily routines recently spoke with Dr. Hoda Asmar, Adventist Health’s chief clinical officer. Dr. Asmar shared what activities make up a typical day.

Franklin County Kansas Clears Way for New Ransom Memorial Hospital Affiliation with AdventHealth

Ransom Memorial Hospital (RMH) has signed a letter of intent to affiliate with AdventHealth (formerly Adventist Health System) last August. The Franklin County commissioners’ approval paves the way for the affiliation to proceed.  According to the Ottawa Herald, AdventHealth is expected to infuse a $10 million in increased capital in the next 10 years.

Delano (California) Regional Medical Center Joining Adventist Health

23ABC News Bakersfield reported that Delano Regional Medical Center has agreed to join Adventist Health.  he Federal Trade Commission and the California Attorney General will review the agreement prior to giving approval.  It is anticipated this will take three to four months. 

Kettering Health Network expects to open Troy Hospital in June

Scheduled to open in June 2019, Kettering Health Network’s newest hospital in downtown Troy, Ohio is closer to completion.  The $60 million project will house 24/7 emergency room coverage as well as inpatient beds, Kettering Cancer Care, labs and a surgery center.  According to 2NewsWDTN, 120 jobs are expected to be created.

Opening Date Announced for White Oak Medical Center

Adventist HealthCare White Oak Medical Center will open its doors in August.  A recent press release shares many of the services to be provided.  The woodland setting will afford patients, visitors and staff natural elements which contribute to healing.  According to Terry Forde, President and CEO of Adventist HealthCare, Quality care and compassion “will remain at the core of what we do as we extend our mission at White Oak Medical Center.”

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