December 18, 2020
By News Director Jared Atha
Alliance Health Clinton CEO Landon Hise has announced that he is stepping down.
In a press release, Hise indicated that he plans to downsize his responsibilities for the hospital corporation early next year. Hise has served as CEO of the company’s Woodward and Clinton hospitals since July 2019. The transition will be quick. Hise says starting January 1, he will be the CEO of Alliance Health Woodward only.
The press release pointed out Hise’s accomplishments during his short time as CEO at the Clinton hospital which included recruiting several full-time and part-time physicians and other medical professionals. As a result, Alliance Health Clinton increased admissions and saw its first overall growth in five years.
What now for Alliance Health Clinton?
According to the press release, Jay Johnson will continue as the Clinton hospital’s Chief Administrative Officer.
It was not indicated if the company intends to find a replacement for Hise to serve as CEO at the Clinton location.