Jill Hoggard Green, Ph.D., RN, Chief Operating Officer, Mission Health and President, Mission Hospital, is among the top women hospital leaders in the nation, according to a new ranking.
Becker’s Hospital Review released the 2016 edition of its list of 130 Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know, featuring Hoggard Green and other highly accomplished women leaders.
All recipients have demonstrated outstanding leadership and management throughout their careers, leading initiatives to improve their individual organizations’ quality, operational and financial performance, as well as the well-being of the communities they serve, Becker’s said.
“I am honored to receive this recognition,” said Hoggard Green. “This award is truly a testament to the phenomenal work of the entire team of caregivers at Mission Health. Their skill, compassion and dedication each day improves the lives and health of our friends, neighbors and family members.”
Prior to joining Mission Health, Hoggard Green held leadership positions at PeaceHealth, a system that includes nine hospitals in Alaska, Washington and Oregon, and at Intermountain health care in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Ronald A. Paulus, MD, President and CEO, Mission, said western North Carolina has benefited from Hoggard Green’s dynamic leadership and strong background in not-for-profit health care.
“This is an outstanding honor for Jill and Mission Health,” he said. “But what this type of recognition really shows is Jill’s unwavering commitment to providing an exceptional experience for each person, family and caregiver. She fosters that commitment as a superb leader both at Mission Health and in our community. I am privileged to be her partner and colleague and I want to personally congratulate Jill on receiving this national recognition and thank her for her dedication to our community.”
Becker’s Hospital Review has published a version of this list annually since 2009.
The Becker’s Hospital Review editorial team selected leaders for inclusion based on editorial judgment and discretion. Nominations were considered when making selections for this list.
The full list can be read here: http://bit.ly/2fVVyjZ. Individuals did not and cannot pay to be included on the list. Leaders are presented in alphabetical order.