Adventist Care Centers Names Regional Director of Operations

FaithSearch Partners is pleased to announce that its client, Adventist Care Centers, has selected Paul Adeogun as its next Regional Director of Operations, effective May 8, 2017.

In this important role, Adeogun will report to the President and will be responsible for leading and managing their PA/LTC operations in Texas and Kansas.

“With a solid and accomplished history in the skilled nursing facility industry, Paul is an impressive candidate who has a personal enthusiasm for Adventist Care Centers’ faith-based mission,” said Scott Kuhlman, Senior Vice President at FaithSearch Partners. “Paul emphasizes team building and fostering a positive work environment in order to achieve his commitment to outstanding quality, patient satisfaction, and operational excellence.  With his insight and experience, he will help guide Adventist Care Centers to the next level of excellence in patient care and operations and help shape the future of skilled nursing facility care in Texas and Kansas.”

With seven years experience in skilled nursing facility leadership, Adeogun most recently served as Regional Director of Operations for Grace Healthcare in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He received both his graduate and undergraduate degrees in business from Southern Adventist University.

Adventist Care Centers (ACC), based in the Orlando, Florida, area, is a not-for-profit faith-based post-acute long-term care organization, founded on the Seventh-day Adventist legacy of Christian healthcare. ACC provides administrative support and services to 15 nursing and rehab facilities in Florida, Kansas, Kentucky and Texas.

FaithSearch Partners is the leading executive search firm focused on faith-based hospitals, healthcare systems, skilled nursing facilities, post-acute care organizations, colleges/universities, churches and ministries and is one of the ten largest healthcare executive search firms.  Based in Texas but with seven additional locations in the U.S., it was founded more than ten years ago.

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