Hinsdale – Adventist Midwest Health President and CEO David L. Crane has been re-elected to the Illinois Hospital Association’s Board of Trustees as an at-large trustee. Crane will begin serving his second three-year term on Jan. 1, 2013.
Crane has been AMH president and CEO since October 2006. He views Adventist Midwest Health as a healing sanctuary where sacred work is carried out by associates committed to the healing ministry of Christ.
Prior to joining AMH, Crane served as president and CEO of Littleton Adventist Hospital in Littleton, Colo. He also served with St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center and Mercy Health Partners in Toledo, Ohio, and Centura Health in Denver, Colo.
Crane is an alumnus of Union College, Lincoln, Neb., and holds a master’s degree in business administration degree from the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla.
The IHA board of trustees is the association’s policymaking body. The board is made up of 33 trustees, including 17 at-large trustees elected by the voting members of the association, nine regional trustees elected directly by the regions, seven elected officers (chairman, chairman-elect, immediate past chairman, immediate past, past chairman, treasurer, and secretary), and the association’s president ex-officio.
Constituency sections, councils and ad hoc task forces provide members with opportunities to participate in the association’s policy development process.
About Adventist Midwest Health
Adventist Midwest Health includes Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital, Adventist GlenOaks Hospital, Adventist Hinsdale Hospital and Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital. To find a physician, visit www.keepingyouwell.com.
Physicians on the medical staff of Adventist Midwest Health Hospitals are independent contractors, and are not agents of the hospitals.
Media contact: Chris LaFortune, public relations specialist, Adventist Midwest Health, email@example.com; 630-856-2354
The Illinois Hospital Association represents more than 200 hospitals and health systems throughout the state, including 22 health systems, 49 safety net hospitals, 5 academic medical centers, 60 teaching hospitals, 88 small and rural hospitals – including 51 rural critical access hospitals, 26 specialty hospitals and 191 community hospitals. IHA’s offices are located in Naperville, Springfield and Washington, D.C. For more information about IHA, visit www.ihatoday.org.