New Adena Health Board Members Bring Diverse Expertise to Improve Quality of Care

Adena Health Board of Trustees Appoints Officers and Introduces New Members

The Adena Health board of trustees in Chillicothe has appointed Steve Hirsch as the new chair, succeeding Jennifer McKell. McKell will remain on the board as past chair, with Bob French serving as vice chair, Brian Ream as secretary, and Kevin Shoemaker as treasurer. The board also welcomed three new members: Penny Dehner representing First Presbyterian Church, Jim Crabtree representing Trinity United Methodist Church, and Sean Kallner representing Tabernacle Baptist Church.

The new members have replaced Bart Henshaw, Larry Phillips, and Joe Watson, who served the board for the maximum allowed terms. With diverse expertise and perspectives, the 15-member board governs Adena Health and addresses the needs of the community. Adena Health offers a wide range of services and more information can be found on their website or social media platforms.

Penny Dehner is a retired behavioral health administrator with experience at the Paint Valley ADAMH Board. She brings her knowledge of healthcare management to the board. Jim Crabtree has extensive experience in education, marketing and telecommunications management and will contribute his skills to help promote Adena Health’s services to the community. Sean Kallner has over 20 years of experience in finance, education and senior leadership roles and will bring his financial expertise to support Adena Health’s growth strategies.

Adena Health offers a comprehensive range of services to meet the diverse needs of its patients including mental health treatment, primary care services and surgical procedures among others. The organization values its commitment to providing quality care while maintaining affordability for all those it serves.

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