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Dr. Amy Johnson - recognized in VERVE

Dr. Amy Johnson, from our Pardee Mills River Family Health Center, was recognized by VERVE Magazine as "the cream of the Millennial crop." VERVE recognized local women who in their words, "They clog. They blog. They leap tall buildings in a single bound. Okay, so maybe it would take them more than a bound to leap a building. But make no mistake—these 30 women are on the way up." Here is a link to Amy Johnson. Here is a link to the full story. If you want more info about Dr. Johnson you can call 1-866-790-WELL (9355)

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Pardee Foundation Donor Stories - Burnette

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Pardee Board names Gerald Maier Interim CEO

[caption id="attachment_2137" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Gerald Maier, FACHE"][/caption] The Board of Directors of the Henderson County Hospital Corporation has named Gerald Maier, FACHE, interim President/CEO of Pardee Hospital. “Mr. Maier has been a greatly respected, highly regarded leader in our community and we welcome him on board as we continue the search process for the permanent president and CEO at Pardee Hospital,” stated Bill Lapsley, Chairman of the Board.  “We are extremely confident in the ability of Mr. Maier to lead Pardee through this time of transition and also very confident in our staff and management who are continuing to provide high quality healthcare to our community.” Maier is well known in the community and at Pardee Hospital. He currently serves on the Blue Ridge Community Health Services Board of Directors and as board campaign chair of the Henderson County United Way. Maier is a Hendersonville Rotary Club member. His background includes serving as the president and CEO of University of Oklahoma Medical Center in Oklahoma City, Okla. and University & Children’s Hospitals in Oklahoma City, Okla. Maier will officially begin his position with Pardee Tuesday, Jan. 4, and is working with Kris Hoce, Pardee’s outgoing President/CEO, to ensure a smooth transition. Hoce has accepted a position leading Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater, Fla., which will provide significant career advancement.  Morton Plant is part of Morton Plant Mease and the Baycare Health System.  The Board’s Executive Committee has established a Search Committee to oversee the selection process for Pardee’s next President/CEO.  The Pardee Board of Directors has hired the McAulay Firm in Charlotte, NC, to conduct the search. The selection process is expected to take approximately six months. According to Lapsley, “The Pardee Board will periodically update Pardee associates, medical staff, volunteers and the community about the CEO selection process as we proceed in the coming months.”

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Pardee wins marketing awards

Times-News 1es Pardee media awards.

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Pardee CEO announces resignation

The Board of Directors of the Henderson County Hospital Corporation has announced it has received a letter of resignation from Kris Hoce, President and CEO of Pardee Hospital. “Mr. Hoce has been a highly regarded leader of our community hospital and we are extremely disappointed in this news,” stated Bill Lapsley, Chairman of the Board. “However, we understand the success of Pardee Hospital has caught the attention of a number of larger health systems, and Kris Hoce has been heavily recruited because of the great work he has done in this community. We understand that success breeds interest and we are very proud of Hoce, his accomplishments and this organization.” Hoce has accepted a position leading Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater, Fla., which will provide a significant career advancement. Morton Plant is part of Morton Plant Mease and the Baycare Health System. The Board’s Executive Committee will establish a Search Committee to oversee the selection process for Pardee’s next President/CEO and will consider the appointment of an interim President/CEO within the next few weeks. The selection process is expected to take approximately six months. “Residents of Henderson County should know that the management of your community hospital is in great hands,” Lapsley added. “We have a tremendous team here at Pardee Hospital. We may be losing the captain, but 99 percent of the team is still in place, working hard every day to provide high quality, low cost healthcare services to our community.” According to Lapsley, “The Pardee Board will periodically update Pardee associates, medical staff, volunteers and the community about the CEO selection process as we proceed in the coming months.”

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