Bartlett Regional Hospital interim CEO says the hospital will easily keep moving forward while the board looks for a permanent head.
The dispatcher guided the couple through the pre-delivery process, and by the time Capital City Fire and Rescue arrived on scene about five minutes later, the baby was being born.
According to Bartlett, Egbert has over 23 years experience in medical facilities with 15 years as a hospital CEO.
“The board’s been specific about wanting someone who can keep their strategic plan moving forward. They don’t want to go backwards,” says HR director Mila Cosgrove.
An additional attorney and administrative assistant will be hired, as the city’s in-house legal team takes on duties for the Juneau School District and city-owned Bartlett Regional Hospital.
Former Bartlett Regional Hospital CEO Chris Harff left the hospital on Saturday, one week earlier than anticipated.
Assembly members want the city’s Docks & Harbors Department to reconsider a recent decision to bid a project without a PLA.
Kate Troll will be sworn in and outgoing Assembly member Johan Dybdahl will be recognized for his service.
Alaska’s online health insurance marketplace can help the uninsured, underinsured, or even those with medical coverage who want to shop around.
Hospital Spokesman Jim Strader says the board hopes to hire an interim CEO by the end of October. He says the goal is to make a permanent hire by June 30, 2014, following a nationwide search.