Thursday, July 1, 2004

Health groups announce changes



By Tim Bonfield
Enquirer staff writer

The Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati and the Fort Hamilton Healthcare Corp. have made several management changes that affect University Hospital and Fort Hamilton Hospital.

At University Hospital, James Kingsbury has been appointed executive director and senior vice president of the Health Alliance. Kingsbury has served as the executive director of University Hospital since March and was previously senior vice president of Fort Hamilton Hospital and president and CEO of the Fort Hamilton Healthcare Corp. since 1987.

At Fort Hamilton Hospital, Lynn Oswald has been appointed senior vice president. Oswald previously was vice president and chief nursing officer of the hospital. Marilyn Schwemberger has been promoted to vice president and chief nursing officer at Fort Hamilton.

Meanwhile, Rick Hinds has been named president and CEO of the Fort Hamilton Healthcare Corp., the not-for-profit parent organization of Fort Hamilton Hospital.

Hinds will continue as vice president of finance at Fort Hamilton Hospital.

E-mail tbonfield@enquirer.com




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