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MW_Winner2017_RGB_72dpi.pngHospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) has been named “Most Wired” by the 19th Annual Health Care’s Most Wired® survey, released today by the American Hospital Association’s (AHA) Health Forum. 




 

Today HSHS announced the appointment of Dr. Kenneth M. Johnson as HSHS Vice President and Chief Physician Executive.  Dr. Johnson currently serves as Chief Physician Executive for HSHS Eastern Wisconsin Division (EWD).  He succeeds Dr. David Carlson, who resigned in April to take a new position in Tacoma, WA.  Ken will begin serving in his new role on July 10.

​In recognition for standard-setting sustainability achievements, HSHS received a System for Change Award from Practice Greenhealth, the nation’s leading organization dedicated to environmental sustainability in health care. The award is one of the Environmental Excellence Awards given each year to honor environmental achievements in the health care sector.

Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) announced today that Aaron Puchbauer (pronounced pooh-bow-er), MBA, MHA, FACHE, has accepted an invitation to serve as President and CEO of HSHS Good Shepherd Hospital in Shelbyville (GSS). He will begin at GSS on May 15, 2017.  Puchbauer has been serving as the interim President and CEO for HSHS St. Francis Hospital in Litchfield (SFL). He started with HSHS as an administrative fellow in 2009 and has been Director of Operations at SFL since 2011.

Recently The Advisory Board Company awarded a 2017 Workplace of the Year Award and 2017 Workplace Transformation Award to HSHS.  HSHS was one of 20 organizations nationwide to receive the Workplace of the Year Award, which recognizes the nation’s leading hospitals and health care systems that are committed to building highly engaged workforces. HSHS was also one of five recipients of the Workplace Transformation Award, which recognizes the nation’s leading hospitals and health care systems that realized the largest increase of engaged employees over the previous year.

Eau Claire – Prevea Health, HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital, the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (UW SMPH) and the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW), are pleased to announce a collaborative effort to keep the Eau Claire Family Medicine Residency Program (ECFMRP) in the Chippewa Valley.
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