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OhioHealth Neighborhood Care Names Kristin McManmon President

McManmon Began New Role on Feb. 1

COLUMBUS, Ohio – OhioHealth is pleased to announce that Kristin McManmon has been named president of OhioHealth Neighborhood Care, which represents OhioHealth’s ambulatory and outpatient division, effective February 1, 2016.

McManmon comes to OhioHealth and central Ohio from SSM Health’s St. Mary’s Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin, where she served for eight years, most recently as executive vice president/chief operating officer.

In this role, she had responsibility for all clinical and support operations of the 440-bed tertiary hospital and a 184-bed free-standing skilled nursing facility. She also held the position of vice president, operations at the hospital.

Prior to St. Mary’s, she held administrative positions for over 15 years at SSM Health’s corporate office, SSM Health’s St. Louis’ regional office, several St. Louis area hospitals, as well as St. Clare Hospital in Baraboo, Wisconsin. SSM Health is a not-for-profit health system serving communities in Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma and Wisconsin.

McManmon also spent nine months in 2012 at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital as vice president, heart, vascular and surgical services. She received her Master of Health Care Administration from St. Louis University (Missouri) and her Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Dayton.

“I am grateful to return to OhioHealth, one of the most innovative health systems in the country at a time when healthcare is experiencing its most rapid evolution,” said McManmon. “OhioHealth is a leader in this change, and I am thrilled to be part of the team creating the future.”

I am grateful to return to OhioHealth, one of the most innovative health systems in the country at a time when healthcare is experiencing its most rapid evolution
Kristin McManmon

“We are fortunate to have Kristin re-join OhioHealth to lead this division as OhioHealth Neighborhood Care continues focus on meeting our patients needs in the communities we serve, ensuring convenient access to great care,” said Stephen Markovich, MD, senior vice president, central Ohio operations.

OhioHealth Neighborhood Care is comprised of over 800 associates and oversees outpatient care for OhioHealth. It consists of two medical campuses, eight urgent cares and multiple health care facilities around central Ohio. Services provided include:

  • Imaging
  • Rehabilitation
  • Sports Medicine
  • Sleep Services
  • Urgent Care
  • Ambulatory Surgery Centers

“Having developed this outpatient and ambulatory division many years ago, OhioHealth is a pioneer in delivering compassionate and expert care to patients right in their communities,” said McManmon. “I am excited to work with the OhioHealth Neighborhood Care team to build upon this vision and work to enhance access and services to keep quality care local.”

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