MONTROSE, CO: Montrose Memorial Hospital Inc. announced a change in leadership Thursday. Cindy Bradley, a healthcare veteran will serve as the interim Chief Executive Officer for Montrose Memorial Hospital. Bradley will commence her role on Tuesday, September 19. Bradley has 30 years’ experience as a healthcare administrator with deep experience in hospital operations, physician recruitment, construction, physician-hospital integration, quality improvement, compliance and strategic planning. Bradley takes over for Steve Hannah, MHA who served as CEO since 2014.
MMHI Board of Directors Chairperson Ron Courtney announced the change in leadership on Wednesday. MMHI Board of Directors acknowledged Hannah for his hard work and for his vision to enhance regional healthcare collaboration.
The board believes that each and every one of the employees, physicians and volunteers are the most important asset to this organization. Each individual is integral to the great care provided at Montrose Memorial Hospital. This hospital will continue to thrive and grow into the future and to remain the incredible community asset it is.
MMH recently received national accolades including being recognized by U.S. News and World Report as a Top Performing hospital for Knee Replacements, rated as a Top 20 Community Rural Hospital award, the 4 Star Rating by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, as well as several Cleanliness and Patient Satisfaction awards.
“Quorum appreciates the opportunity to work with the hospital board. CEO recruiting is one of the many services we provide the board, along with consulting and value purchasing. Having personally worked with Cindy for more than 20 years, we believe she’s the right person to continue to move the hospital forward while the board finds the right person for the long term,” said Bill Donatelli, Vice President of Quorum’s Western Division. Quorum provides strategic operational guidance to MMH. Quorum is consistently ranked among the top healthcare consulting firms in the nation.
Bradley will serve as interim CEO for MMH while the hospital begins a nationwide search for a permanent Chief Executive Officer to lead this extraordinary organization.