Coshocton Hospital announces leadership changes

| February 11, 2014
Lorri Wildi, interim CEO of Coshocton Hospital.

Lorri Wildi, interim CEO of Coshocton Hospital.

COSHOCTON – The Coshocton Hospital Board of Trustees has announced changes in the hospital’s executive team. As of Feb. 11, Chief Executive Officer Bob Miller has resigned from the organization. Lorri Wildi has been appointed as interim CEO while a permanent CEO is sought.

The change to the hospital’s executive team also includes the exit of Chief Clinical Support Officer Stephen J. Feller.

The board of trustees recognizes the importance of having a strong hospital in Coshocton County and is taking steps to begin revitalizing the hospital to become a strong, vibrant organization.

“As a board, we take very seriously our responsibility to keep a strong, clinically sound hospital in our community for many years to come,” said Max Crown, Coshocton Hospital Board Chairperson. “It is our duty to provide guidance as the organization strives to meet the needs of the community, and we recognize the outstanding level of performance that can certainly be achieved.”

Wildi has over 25 years of experience in healthcare leadership. She has served as a senior consultant with American Healthcare Solutions, LLC, working with Coshocton Hospital for the past 18 months. She has extensive experience in working with hospitals to improve their overall financial performance by developing strategies for long-term organizational success. With her leadership, Coshocton Hospital will develop an effective, aggressive strategic plan focused on enhancing clinical programming; improving operations and financial performance; and growing the organization.

Wildi has begun work with the hospital’s management team to create and implement detailed strategies to strengthen the organization and serve area communities at a much higher level. Plans will be announced as they become available.

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