Adena Health Board of Trustees Appoints Officers and Introduces New Members

New Leadership for Adena Health: Steve Hirsch and Penny Dehner Bring Diverse Expertise to Governing Board

Adena Health, a leading healthcare provider in Chillicothe, has appointed Steve Hirsch as its new chair. Hirsch will succeed Jennifer McKell, who will remain on the board as past chair. Bob French will serve as vice chair, Brian Ream as secretary, and Kevin Shoemaker as treasurer.

The board has welcomed three new members: Penny Dehner representing First Presbyterian Church, Jim Crabtree representing Trinity United Methodist Church, and Sean Kallner representing Tabernacle Baptist Church.

Dehner is a retired behavioral health administrator with extensive experience in the field. She previously served on the Paint Valley ADAMH Board and brings a wealth of knowledge to the board. Crabtree has over 20 years of experience in education, marketing, and telecommunications management, which will be valuable assets to Adena Health. Kallner has experience in finance, education, and senior leadership roles. His expertise will help guide the organization forward.

The three new members have replaced Bart Henshaw, Larry Phillips, and Joe Watson, who served the board for the maximum allowed terms. Their departure marks the end of an era for Adena Health’s governing board but paves the way for new leadership and fresh perspectives.

Adena Health is governed by a 15-member board consisting of representatives from founding churches, at-large members, and medical staff. The diverse group brings a range of expertise and insights to address the needs of the community effectively.

With its wide range of services catering to various healthcare needs

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