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CHI Health is pleased to announce that Alicia Reed has accepted the offer to serve as president of CHI Health Mercy Corning. Reed started serving in this role fulltime June 7.
Alicia (Still) Reed is a 1997 Mount Ayr Community High School graduate.
Reed is not a new face to CHI Health Mercy Corning as she most recently has served as the interim president. She started her career in health services at Mercy Corning as our Home Medical Equipment service line manager and also supported patients as a respiratory therapist. Alicia continued to grow in her skills and became the Supervisor for Quality, Safety & Clinical Support Services and Compliance Safety Specialist for Mercy Corning. She took a short hiatus in another career field before returning as CHI Health Regional Hospital Administration Network Coordinator for 34 critical access hospitals affiliated with CHI Health.
“I am very excited to have Alicia take the helm of our CHI Health Mercy Corning team and am confident she will continue to work hard towards our mission and commitment to serving patients where they live,” said David Jones, Regional Market President at CHI Health.
“I am honored to come home to where I started my career in healthcare, Mercy Corning,” said Reed. “It is a privilege to work with them to bring topnotch quality health care services to the communities we serve.”
Reed has her Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management as well as her Bachelor of Health Science and Associate of Applied Science Degree in Respiratory Therapy. “My education prepared me for the roles that I have had, but the skills learned in the different steps in my career, those experiences have given me something to draw on to provide leadership and growth for Mercy Corning,” stated Reed.
Reed lives in Lenox with her husband Jason and four children. “CHI Health Mercy Corning is such a critical part of the quality of life for the very area that I call home. I have it as a personal and professional goal to continue providing the health services to our area, to continue making southwest Iowa a great place to live and raise a family.”