Kettering Adventist HealthCare Makes Key Leadership Changes
Story by Elizabeth Long
Kettering Adventist HealthCare is making three key leadership changes.
Brenda Kuhn, RN, PhD, FACHE, CPHQ, has been promoted to executive vice president and chief clinical officer for Kettering Adventist HealthCare. She is responsible for working with physician and clinical leaders to align patient care across the network. Kuhn will continue to oversee the network’s quality initiatives. She most recently served as Kettering’s chief quality officer. Prior to that she was the network’s chief nursing officer.
Jennifer Shull, MHA, BSN, has been promoted to senior vice president and chief nursing officer. She is responsible for working with nurses and other medical professionals to create and implement patient care strategies. Shull came to Kettering Adventist HealthCare in 2017 as vice president of Patient Care and chief nursing officer at Fort Hamilton Hospital.
Paul Hoover, MBA, has been promoted to senior vice president and chief strategy officer for Kettering Adventist HealthCare. As the network and its services continue to expand, Hoover is responsible for creating growth strategies to achieve the network’s mission, manage strategic partnerships, and build relationships to support patient care. Hoover most recently served as network vice president of strategic development.
“These new and expanded roles with three of our finest leaders will help [Kettering] further achieve our goal of One Best Practice,” says Fred Manchur, CEO of Kettering Adventist HealthCare. “One Best Practice ensures that when patients walk into Kettering Health Network facilities, they experience the same high standard of quality care and excellent service, no matter which location they visit.”