Wednesday, August 17
Four members of the Mountain Health Network (MHN) Strategic Marketing, Planning and Business Development Department have been promoted to system roles. Rebecca Bookwalter, MA, has been named Marketing Research & Analytics Manager, Angela Henderson-Bentley, MAJ, has been named Corporate Communications Manager, Phil Stanley has been named Corporate Campaign and Brand Manager, and Jonathan Hodges has been named Data Analyst for MHN.
Bookwalter has worked at Cabell Huntington Hospital since September 1995. She has more than 30 years of experience in communications and market research. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies and her Master of Arts in Communication Studies with an emphasis on research methodologies from Marshall University. In her new role, Bookwalter will lead the enterprise market research data efforts for the system.
Henderson-Bentley has worked at St. Mary’s Medical Center (SMMC) since April 2012 as the manager of public relations. In her new role, she is responsible for developing communications strategy and messaging for MHN. She has more than 28 years of experience in journalism, public relations and marketing. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism and Master of Arts in journalism with an emphasis on public relations from Marshall University.
Stanley has served as creative services manager at Cabell Huntington Hospital (CHH) since February 2012. He is responsible for developing, enhancing and ensuring the integrity of the MHN brand and deploying the brand strategy. He earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Marshall University.
Hodges has served as community relations specialist with SMMC since September 2013. He is responsible for compiling and analyzing financial and statistical information to support service line development and other research and planning efforts. Hodges earned his Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration from Ohio University.
All four employees have been part of the MHN Strategic Marketing, Planning and Business Development Department since the establishment of the network in 2018.
St. Mary’s Regional Heart Institute receives top rating
Women’s Philanthropy Society Accepting Nominations for Outstanding Tri-State Women
Bosley retires as vice president of patient services and CNO at SMMC; Mullins named vice president
Mountain Health Network announces events and screenings for February
2022 West Virginia child abuse statistics released; HFCH CAC reports minor decrease in cases
Mountain Health Network facilities respond to increased community spread of COVID-19
Cabell Huntington Hospital named one of America’s 100 Best Hospitals for 2023