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Three Rivers Hospital to interview two CEO candidates

Three Rivers Hospital to interview two CEO candidates

Two candidates will be interviewed next week for the job of Three Rivers Hospital chief executive officer. The candidates were identified by the hospital as Scott Graham and Eugene Suksi. Hospital spokesman Rebecca Meadows said the hospital was not authorized to release further information. Online business networking sites list Graham as CEO of Coulee Medical...
Three Rivers Hospital picks three finalists for CEO job

Three Rivers Hospital picks three finalists for CEO job

After conducting phone interviews Tuesday (March 11) with four candidates for chief executive officer, the Three Rivers Hospital board of commissioners voted to invite three candidates for in-person interviews. The Brewster hospital is seeking a replacement for CEO Bud Hufnagel, who will leave at the end of April. Names of the three finalists for the...

Three Rivers Hospital to interview CEO candidates next week

Four candidates for the job of Three Rivers Hospital chief executive officer have been selected for phone interviews next week. The Brewster hospital is seeking a new CEO after Bud Hufnagel announced in January that he would resign in April. The candidates will be interviewed by a hiring committee during a special meeting of the...
CEO’s departure leaves Three Rivers Hospital looking for a new leader

CEO’s departure leaves Three Rivers Hospital looking for a new leader

By Ann McCreary
Three Rivers Hospital is beginning a search for a new chief executive officer after CEO Bud Hufnagel announced
Three Rivers decides on service cuts, keeps obstetrics program

Three Rivers decides on service cuts, keeps obstetrics program

By Ann McCreary
In an emotionally charged meeting, during which some Three Rivers Hospital medical staff members expressed lack of confidence in the organization’s leadership, hospital commissioners approved a plan that will cut staff and reduce or eliminate some services next year.