CEO named at Monadnock Community Hospital
McGuire, 56, is currently chief operating officer of Adirondack Health in Upstate New York, a $90 million network of rural facilities in which she is responsible for leading all clinical inpatient and outpatient ancillary support services.
“I’ve been working in health care for almost 35 years, in a variety of positions,” McGuire said Wednesday.
“This opportunity came along, and it seemed like the ideal place to work,” McGuire said of MCH. “I was interested in a small community hospital. I think it helps you to be a little closer to the people you serve.”Shortly after the holidays, McGuire said she and her husband, Harry McGuire, plan to start house hunting in the Peterborough area.
“My husband and I really look forward to coming to the community, Peterborough. Folks there have been very friendly and welcoming,” McGuire said. “The folks there are very passionate about their hospital and making sure we maintain services, so I look forward to being a part of that.”
“This is an exciting time for MCH,” Gosline said in the announcement. “She shares MCH’s commitment to quality and innovative management. I am confident she will advance our mission to improve the health and well-being of our community.”
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