LifePoint Hospitals announced the promotion of five senior directors to vice president:
• Mike Caplenor, vice president of IT&S service delivery and administration
• John Faust, vice president of financial and ancillary systems
• Ed Richards, vice president of technology services
• Ron Evans, vice president of clinical systems
• Sean Van Kerkhove, vice president of physician services
"One of LifePoint's strategic priorities is talent development, and we rely on the expertise and experience of dedicated professionals to help our organization succeed," David Dill, LifePoint president and CEO, said in a release. "Mike, John, Ed, Ron and Sean understand our company's vision and our commitment to providing high quality care. Each of these individuals has made a valuable impact by helping LifePoint to develop the best technology platforms, engage physicians and staff, and support our hospitals and the communities we service."
Nonprofit clinic Siloam Family Health Center has hired Katie Richards from the YMCA to be its director of development.
Richards most recently was a development director for the Maryland Farms Y and before that was regional training director for the organization. She attended Western Kentucky University and is a member of Fellowship Bible Church.
“We are delighted to welcome Katie Richards to the Siloam family,” said Dr. Morgan Wills, president and CEO of Siloam. “Katie is a warm, energetic, and creative professional who is already very passionate for our mission. In addition to her natural gifts and skills in fundraising, she brings valuable experience in membership engagement, teambuilding, and public speaking.”
Founded in 1991, Siloam runs a 12,000-square-foot facility off Franklin Pike. In its last fiscal year, the nonprofit handled more than 18,000 encounters.