Mount Airy, NC – Ned Hill, President and Chief Executive Officer of Northern Hospital of Surry County, has accepted a new appointment as CEO of Mesa Regional Hospital in Mesquite, Nevada, a Quorum owned facility.
“This was soley a Ned and Quorum decision and Ned has agreed to be available to work with us to insure a smooth transition,” said William K. Woltz, Jr., Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Northern Hospital. “We wish Ned and his family the best in their new home.”
“As the Board launches a search for a new President and CEO, we are also pleased to announce the appointment of Robin Hodgin as Interim CEO for Northern Hospital, effective immediately,” continued Woltz. Hodgin has served the hospital well as its Chief Nursing Officer since 2001 and has a 36-year tenure at Northern. She will continue her current role as Vice President of Patient Services & Chief Nursing Officer, in addition to her Interim CEO duties.
“I am honored and privileged to assume the Interim leadership position at Northern Hospital and look forward to working with the Board and all physicians and staff to continue to provide high-quality care to our patients and the community,” said Robin Hodgin, RN, MHA.
“Other than this change,” Woltz noted, “the successful and highly rated operations at Northern Hospital of Surry County will remain the same. The Board of Trustees is honored to have the dedicated, quality team of 826 employees, who make Northern one of the best and most highly rated hospitals in the United States.”