CHICO, Calif., May 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Dan Neumeister, FACHE, principal of Neumeister Healthcare Management Services (NHMS), a regional healthcare management services firm, has been selected by Chase Brexton Health Services (CBHS) of Baltimore, MD to serve as interim chief executive officer (CEO) effective May 1, 2011. Neumeister is serving in this capacity until the health center's CEO Search Committee permanently fills the position.
As CBHS's top pick for interim CEO, Neumeister has more than 30 years of proven success and experience in health care leadership and management. His acute business acumen, combined with accomplished communication and coordination skills, encourages commitment and engagement among those he serves.
The engagement of NHMS allows CBHS to take the time needed to conduct a thorough search to replace CEO Dave Shippee who has led CBHS for 20 years and transformed it from a mostly volunteer organization to a full-service health center serving more than 17,000 patients annually. As one of Maryland's premier community health centers, CBHS is nationally known for treating patients with HIV/AIDS and chronic illnesses. Its ambulatory and behavioral health care programs are accredited by The Joint Commission.
"I am honored to have been chosen to lead this exceptional organization," said Neumeister. "The staff and volunteers at CBHS are some of the most passionate, professional and welcoming people with whom I've had the privilege to work. Their dedication and collaboration to deliver compassionate and culturally relevant health care empowers patients, families and community residents to play a critical role in the care they provide."
Organizations previously benefitting from Neumeister's expertise include Grossmont District Hospital, Salinas Valley Memorial District Hospital, Baxter Healthcare, Inc., Enloe Medical Center and Alaska Native Medical Center.
Neumeister Healthcare Management Services (NHMS)
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