OhioHealth Corporation operates a family of not-for-profit, faith-based hospitals and healthcare organizations to serve patients in central Ohio. Its inpatient/outpatient services include behavioral health, blood conservation, brain and spine care, cancer care, cardiopulmonary, diabetes care, eICU, emergency and trauma, endoscopy, exercise and fitness, forensic nursing, heart and vascular, hearing and balance clinic, home health, hospice care, imaging, infusion clinic, interventional radiology, laboratory, limb reconstruction and preservation, maternity care, neuroscience, nutrition and diet, occupational health, orthopedics, pain management, palliative care, pastoral care, pulmonary rehab, ...
180 East Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Founded in 1891
Ohiohealth Appoints Mark Seckinger as President of Ohiohealth O'bleness Hospital, Effective April 26, 2015
Mar 17 15
OhioHealth announced that Mark Seckinger has been named president of OhioHealth O'Bleness Hospital, effective April 26. Seckinger is currently president of OhioHealth Hardin Memorial Hospital in Kenton and has served in that capacity since 2001. In Mark Seckingerthose years, he has improved patient satisfaction scores, reduced the associate turnover rate, achieved a 99th percentile for physician satisfaction and turned the hospital around financially.
OhioHealth Corporation Announces Executive Changes
Oct 2 14
OhioHealth Corporation announced that Bob Millen is set to retire as chief operating officer in December after 10 year in that role. Mike Louge, executive vice president and past CFO of the Columbus hospital system, will succeed him. The chief operating officer oversees the system's 12 hospitals and more than 50 outpatient sites, and Louge continues leadership of IT, physician practices, relationships with managed care companies and developing regional partnerships. The company created two new senior vice president roles to split oversight of hospitals as the system covers a wider swath of the state: Dr. Steve Markovich was promoted from president of OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital to senior vice president of Central Ohio operations - overseeing five hospitals in Franklin and Delaware counties, outpatient and home care network and major medical service lines such as cardiology, neuroscience and cancer. Cheryl Herbert is now senior vice president of regional operations, for hospitals outside Central Ohio. She will continue duties as senior vice president for clinical support services, which include pharmacy, laboratory, nutrition and sterile processing. Brian Jepson succeeds Markovich as Riverside Methodist president, and Dr. Elizabeth Brill will follow Jepson as hospital COO. She had been Riverside's vice president of surgical services.