After more than four decades in healthcare management, Carroll County Memorial Hospital’s Chief Executive Officer Jerry Dover has announced his retirement, effective next year. Click to hear KMZU’s Chelsea Wade talk with newly appointed CEO Jeff Tindle:
Press Release from Carroll County Memorial Hospital
Jerry Dover, CEO of Carroll County Memorial Hospital announced his retirement date at the October 17th, 2011 CCMH Board of Directors meeting. Mr. Dover shall resign his position as CEO effective January 01, 2012. Mr. Dover has served as CEO/Administrator for the past 13 years and in an administrative role for the past 28 years. He shall continue to serve CCMH in the role of construction project consultant until his final retirement date of April 30, 2012. Upon that date, Dover will have completed 42 years of service to CCMH and to the healthcare community.
The Board sincerely thanks Jerry for his many years of service, leadership and commitment. They additional appreciate his continued support and desire in remaining with CCMH on a consultant basis.
The Board is pleased to announce that Jeff Tindle has accepted the position of CEO of CCMH and its subsidiary entities commencing January 01, 2012. Jeff Tindle is the son of former CEO Jack L. Tindle Jr., who served as CCMH CEO for 33 years. Jeff Tindle has served in an Associate Administrator/CFO role since 2007 and has over 25 years experience in President/CEO positions throughout his healthcare career. The Board is very pleased to provide continuity in executive leadership of CCMH as it moves through challenging healthcare times.
The Board values the support that citizens of Carroll County has demonstrated during the past 50 years. During these challenging times we need your support more than ever. Please share concerns, needs and ideas with Hospital Administration to ensure that we are providing you and your family the care they need.