Monday, February 15
Tim Martin, MBA, RT(R), ARRT, ASRT, has accepted the position of Chief Operating Officer (COO) for Cabell Huntington Hospital (CHH).
In the COO position, Tim will lead the operational activities of CHH and serve on the Mountain Health Network (MHN) senior team. Tim will work with the Academic Medical Center; help drive the operational goals for CHH; ensure compliance with regulatory agencies and accrediting bodies is maintained; oversee hospital properties and construction; collaborate with staff, medical and dental staff and the community; and work with Mountain Health and St. Mary’s leadership to advance the Mission and Vision of MHN.
“While I have appreciated Tim’s organization, attention to detail and project management skills, I am especially pleased to hear from his peers, physicians and many members of the organization Tim’s vision, engagement and servant leadership philosophy. He is truly committed to CHH and its future,” stated Mike Mullins, FACHE, President and CEO, MHN.
Tim has held a number of leadership roles with CHH over his nearly 14-year tenure. He began with CHH as the Director of Radiology from 2005 – 2010, then he returned to CHH in 2012 and served as the Executive Director of Ancillary & Support Services and as Director of Radiology. In 2013, Tim was named Vice President of Ancillary & Support Services then assumed additional responsibilities as the Vice President of Hospital Operations and the Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center in 2017.
Tim grew up in Prestonsburg, KY, received his associate degree in radiology from Morehead State University, his bachelor’s degree in health administration from Grand Canyon College and his master of business administration degree from the University of Charleston. Tim is a member of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and the American College of Healthcare Executives. He and his wife, Leslie, have two sons: Brady and Ian.
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