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Hammond-Henry Hospital CEO Among 71 to Know
Hammond-Henry Hospital (HHH) is proud to announce that CEO, Mark Kuhn was recently named one of “71 Critical Access Hospital CEOs to Know”. Becker’s Hospital Review located in Chicago, IL releases this annual list of CEOs from across the country who have been recognized for patient safety and quality care. For more information go to www.beckershospitalreview.com.
Kuhn has been CEO at HHH since November 2017. In Kuhn’s first year, HHH has seen additions of area clinics and walk-in facilities as well as a move to electronic health records for the HHH Regional Health Partners clinics. Currently, Kuhn is overseeing the remodel of the HHH Emergency Department, scheduled to break ground in January. Kuhn states, “I’m honored to be recognized by Becker’s, but I strongly believe it is the byproduct of working within a great organization and community, which has high expectations, puts our patients and families first and collaborates effectively to achieve great results together.”
Not only a fast fixture at the hospital, Mark has quickly become an active member in the community as well. Mark is a member of the Geneseo Rotary Club as well as the Geneseo Kiwanis Club, Izaak Walton League and Knights of Columbus. He and his wife, Judy, also volunteer for many local events and causes.