Covenant HealthCare President and CEO Spence Maidlow introduced a succession plan approved by Covenant HealthCare System Board of Directors.
Maidlow and Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Mark Gronda plan to retire in December and the plan introduces their successors. The two of them have more than 70 years of service combined.
Maidlow recommended Ed Bruff, executive vice president, to become the new president and CEO once Maidlow retires. Bruff will take on the responsibilities Jan. 1. He joined the Covenant executive team in 1983.
Kevin Albosta, the director of finance, will become the new vice president and CFO. He has been the finance director since 2002.
"I am profoundly grateful to be able to transition Covenant's leadership into such capable hands," Maidlow said in a news release. "I am confident that these changes will help Covenant be successful in the future, and will further our efforts to provide extraordinary care for our patients."
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