NORFOLK – There’s a shake-up in leadership at Faith Regional Health Services in Norfolk.
In an announcement released Tuesday morning, officials with Faith Regional say their board of directors accepted the resignation of CEO Mark Klosterman on Monday, almost four years to the day that Klosteman’s hire was announced.
Hospital officials say Klosterman stepped down to pursue other opportunities.
Klosterman said in a statement that it was a privilege to work at Faith Regional.
Hospital officials say Klosterman was a key component in a number of growth initiatives, including the addition of a new electronic medical records system and opening 20 new clinics.
In the interim, FRHS’ senior vice president and chief operating officer Kelly Driscoll will serve as CEO.
Full statements below:
Mark Klosterman: “It has been a privilege to collaborate with and develop the team at Faith Regional. The success we have achieved as an organization has been truly remarkable and has set the organization up for additional success in the future. Faith Regional is fortunate to have a talented and dedicated leadership team who will continue to lead the organization on its strategic vision forward.”
Craig Boche, President of the Lutheran Community Hospital Board of Directors: “The vision and execution of strategic initiatives by Mark were instrumental in the accomplishments achieved by Faith Regional over the last four years. More patients in the region have chosen Faith Regional to access nationally recognized patient care. Mark has set a course for the organization for continued success and financial strength. We appreciate all that he has done during his time here and we will continue forward with the momentum he and the leadership team have established.”
John Dinkel, Faith Regional Health Services’ Board Chair: “Mark’s expertise in growing key services to benefit the region has placed Faith Regional in a position for continued growth and excellence in patient care close to home. The Board of Directors thank him for his efforts and commitment to our organization and we wish him well in his next endeavor.”