Erlanger Board Expected To Vote Monday Night On New CEO

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

The Hospital Authority Board of Trustees is expected to select a new CEO at a called meeting of the board on Monday at 6 p.m.

The vote comes as the Legislature is moving toward a new board setup for Erlanger.

There had been a movement to keep interim Charlsetta Woodard-Thompson in place, but the board is expected to choose from three other finalists.

They are:

- Kevin Spiegel, chief executive officer of Methodist La-Bonheur Healthcare at Methodist University in Memphis - currently serves as CEO at Methodist University Hospital (MUH) in Memphis, MUH, part of Methodist-Le Bonheur Healthcare, is the major academic campus for the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center College of Medicine, where he is an assistant professor.

In previous years he has been president and CEO for Trumbull Memorial Hospital in Warren, Ohio and COO at Southampton Hospital in Southampton, N.Y. Mr. Siegel is currently a board member with Mid-South Healthcare Executives, and Acting Regent for Tennessee with the American College of Healthcare Executives.

 

- Donald R. Gintzig, U.S. Navy Tear Admiral and senior healthcare executive - currently Rear Admiral, Senior Healthcare Executive with the United States Navy. Based in Washington D.C., he serves on both Active and Reserve Duty for one of the nation’s largest and most integrated health systems. In previous years, he was CEO for United Health Group in Minneapolis, Minnesota and president and CEO of Middle Tennessee Medical Center in Murfreesboro, Tn. He is past executive board member with the Tennessee Hospital Association and currently Regional Policy board member with the American Hospital Association.

- Ken Haynes, who was at St. Joseph Health System in Lexington, Ky., through last July. CEO with responsibility for St. Joseph Hospital, St. Joseph East Hospital and St. Joseph Jessamine, based in Lexington, Ky. from 2008 to mid-2012. The seven-hospital St. Joseph Health System spans central and eastern Kentucky and is part of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI). Previously, Mr. Haynes served as CEO for St. Vincent Health System in Little Rock, Ar., and as assistant administrator of Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis. He was named Senior Healthcare Executive of the Year by the American College of Healthcare Executives in Arkansas in 2006, and was formerly on the board of directors of both the Little Rock and Lexington Chambers of Commerce.


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