Middle Park Medical Center announces new CEO
KREMMLING, COLO. – David Ross, JD, MHA will soon be taking over the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the Middle Park Medical Center (MPMC) in Kremmling Colo.
The announcement was made by MPMC on Tue. Sept. 2. Ross replaces former MPMC CEO Cole White who resigned his position with the hospital in May 2014.
Before taking his position with MPMC Ross served as president and CEO of St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua, N.H., a 208-bed facility and part of the Covenant Health System. He also served previously as President at Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital in St. Peters, Mo.; a 127-bed acute-care community hospital.
“I am very impressed with the dedication and commitment of the MPMC leadership, physicians, staff and, most importantly, Board,” said Ross. “I look forward to partnering with Centura Health and the entire MPMC team to provide outstanding quality care, excellent customer service and strong financial results. I commit to work tirelessly to make MPMC the premier Critical Access system in Northern Colorado and my wife Moira and I look forward to making our home in Grand County.”
“The Kremmling Memorial Hospital District Board of Directors is excited to have David join the leadership team at MPMC,” said Bernie Murphy, president of the Board of Directors of the Kremmling Memorial Hospital District. “He has strong hospital leadership experience and will bring much to our team.”
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