Adventist Healthcare News – June 2019

Adventist Healthcare News – June 2019
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AdventHealth CHRO: Great Managers Key to Great Employee Experience

Finding innovate ways to produce a better employee experience is a major challenge for today’s human resources executives. AdventHealth’s CHRO Olesea Azevedo indicates that the best place to start is at the managerial level. Azevedo recently met with HR Exchange Network and shared her thoughts about the employee experience and the role of the manager.

Loma Linda University Health Named to National List of Best Places to Work

Becker’s Hospital Review has names Loma Linda University Health as one of its 2019 list of the “150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare,” according to Community News. Loma Linda University Health is being recognized for the organization’s employee benefit plans and community outreach. Also noted were Loma Linda University Health’s unique wellness and spiritual programs that support employees’ efforts to lead a healthy lifestyle.

Adventist Health, Enloe Strike Deal

Adventist Health and Enloe Medical Center have entered into a one-year agreement to participate in joint planning sessions that focus on access to health care and community prevention and wellness initiative throughout Butte County California and the surrounding area, according to ParadisePost. Adventist Health’s Feather River Hospital was forced to close in November 2018, due to major damage sustained from the Camp Fire.  There are questions about what services will be needed in the longer term, given the damage to infrastructure and areas directly affected by the fire.

Kettering Health Network’s New Troy (Ohio) Hospital to See First Patient in June

Kettering Health Network is putting the finishing touches on the 135,000-square-foot, three-story hospital in Troy. Dayton Daily News reported the doors are scheduled to open June 18th. The Troy hospital joins Kettering Health’s network of eight other hospitals including Kettering Medical Center, Grandview, Sycamore, Southview, Greene Memorial, Soin, Fort Hamilton, and Kettering Behavioral Medicine.

Michael Murrill Named CEO of Second Amita Health Hospital

Michael Murrill has been CEO of Amita Health Adventist Medical Center La Grange (Ill.) since 2017. He will now serve in a dual role, leading both the Hinsdale and La Grange hospitals, according to Becker’s Hospital Review. The 19-hospital Amita Health is a joint operating company formed by AdventHealth and St. Louis-based Ascension.

CEO Named for Future Texas Health Hospital Mansfield

Kenneth Rose will be president and CEO for Texas Health Hospital Mansfield when the hospital opens in 2020, as reported by DCEOHealthcare.. Texas Health Hospital Mansfield is a joint venture between Altamonte Springs, Florida-based AdventHealth and Arlington-based Texas Health Resources. “Kenneth has a strong commitment to providing clinically excellent, consumer-centric, faith-based health care while cultivating strong community relationships, and I look forward to his leadership as he builds the team that will open this new health care campus,” said Terry Shaw, president/CEO for AdventHealth.

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