IN rehab hospital shakes up leadership
The CEO is on his way out and the board has been dissolved at Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana, as its owners—Clarian Health and St. Vincent Health—work to pull the hospital closer to their own operations.
The hospital, located near West 38th Street in Indianapolis, helps patients recovering from brain and spinal-cord injuries, strokes, amputations, neuromuscular diseases and other disabilities.
On Sept. 24, RHI dissolved its board and replaced it with an oversight committee filled by executives of the two local hospital systems: Clarian’s Chief Operating Officer Sam Odle and Chief Financial Officer Marvin Pember, along with St. Vincent’s COO Ian Worden and its CFO Marvin White.
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