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Kettering Adventist HealthCare Names Three New Hospital Executives
By Kathryn Stiles
Kettering Adventist HealthCare (KAHC) recently made some internal shifts with its top hospital management. Michael R. Stephens (pictured) was appointed president of Sycamore Medical Center. Stephens succeeds Richard Haas who is now serving as president of Grandview Medical Center. Stephens was recently serving as president and CEO of Greene Health Partners—which joined KAHC last year—and Greene Memorial Hospital (GMH) since 1996. Stephens is currently chairman of the Ohio Hospital Association Board.
Gregory C. Henderson (pictured) succeeds Stephens as GMH president. Since 2002 Henderson served as senior executive officer and vice president for Plant Engineering and Construction for the Southview Medical Center campus, managing 542 employees. Henderson serves on many community organization boards and is president of the Diabetes Association of the Dayton Area. Greg and his wife, Rose, are members of the Kettering church.
Timothy A. Ols (pictured) succeeds Henderson as Southview Medical Center president. Ols served as GMH executive vice president and chief operating officer since 2002, leading hospital operations such as Nursing, Ancillary Services and Surgery, and the Beavercreek Health Park. Ols has made key contributions on most hospital committees including Senior Management Group; Board Finance Committee, Board Strategic Planning, and the Board Quality Committee.
All three leaders, in addition to their advanced degrees and impressive accomplishments, have attained Fellow status, the highest level in the American College of Healthcare Executives. These changes are cost-neutral and support the network goals of strong integration between facilities.