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HealthSearch Partners Executive Search Services Endorsed by Wyoming Hospital Association Resources

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Wyoming Hospital Association Resources, a for-profit subsidiary of the Wyoming Hospital Association (WHA), has endorsed Dallas, TX-based HealthSearch Partners (HSP), a leading national healthcare executive search firm, for its services for its 34 members.

WHA Resources identifies and creates valuable partnerships with a variety of businesses serving the health care community. “We are continuously developing business and healthcare solutions with our endorsed partners to advance the operations of our membership and improve the health status of communities throughout Wyoming,” says Josh Hannes, vice president of WHA.

WHA Resources is pleased to endorse HealthSearch Partners (HSP) because its services complement the mission of WHA.,” says Hannes. “Wyoming is a vast and diverse state in terms of geography and community health needs. HSP has served a wide range of health care organizations in communities large and small in many states, including Wyoming. Whether a large urban medical center or a small critical access hospital, HSP’s insight and experience support our members’ efforts to bring top talent to their executive leadership teams.”

Kurt Mosley a long-time friend of WHA and WHA members, is leading the health care association practice for HSP. In addition to individual search engagements, Mosley is available to speak to WHA members and their constituents. He has spoken to many WHA members in the past to high acclaim. His timely, insightful presentations target hot topics of great interest to Wyoming hospitals.

“HSP’s commitment to highly personalized service from senior search consultants is an ideal fit for WHA members’ needs,” says Ivan Bartolome, President and Chief Executive Officer of HSP. “We are honored to receive WHA Resources’ endorsement and look forward to working closely with WHA members to help them achieve their mission by bringing great leaders to their organizations”