(HASTINGS) - Brad Neet has resigned from his position as president and CEO of Mary Lanning Healthcare to pursue other opportunities.
His resignation becomes effective Aug. 13, however he will continue to provide consultative services to the organization through Aug. 31.
"I am proud to know that together we have many accomplishments at Mary Lanning that will serve as a solid foundation for future success," said Neet. "I am also looking forward to my future where I can continue assisting others in the healthcare field. As a team we have set a path to achieve our vision of World-class engagement -- one relationship at a time. I know that Mary Lanning Healthcare is well on the way of achieving that vision."
Jeff Anderson, chair of Mary Lanning Healthcare Board of Trustees said, "We appreciate all that Brad Neet has done during his tenure as CEO, he has moved the organization forward in several key areas including the completion of the Century project, implementing operational changes resulting in significant financial improvement, expanding clinical services, and establishing positive relationships in the region. All of this has set a solid foundation for our future success."
The board has named Mark Callahan as an interim CEO.
"The Trustees have great confidence in Mark Callahan based on his long experience with the hospital and the positive feedback that we received during Mark's service as Interim CEO earlier this year," said Anderson.
The board said that it will launch a nationwide search for a CEO, which could take a year or more to find the ideal candidate. Both internal and external candidates will be considered.
"The entire hospital family has a commitment to achieve Mary Lanning's vision of a new standard of world–class engagement, one relationship at a time. Their dedication, commitment, and passion are why our patients can expect excellence," Anderson said.
Courtesy - Mary Lanning Healthcare