According to a recent announcement from Deaconess Health System, Claudia Eisenmann, the current president and CEO of Gibson General Hospital in Princeton, Ind., will also be adding the role of CEO of Methodist Health Union County, a critical access hospital in Morganfield, Ky., to her already impressive resume.
Eisenmann, who has more than 20 years of experience in health care executive leadership, earned a Master of Business Administration, with a concentration in health care management, from Baker College.
Per a recent article in the Indiana-based Courier & Press newspaper, Eisenmann is, “a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and is experienced in managing and advocating for rural and critical access hospitals like Methodist Health Union County. During her career, she has served in leadership roles in hospitals in Pennsylvania, Delaware, North Dakota, Tennessee, Arkansas, West Virginia and Kentucky.”
Congratulations to Ms. Eisenmann on all of her achievements. It is always an honor and thrill to see Baker graduates advancing in their careers and working to serve communities across the country!
For more on Baker’s MBA in Healthcare Management program, visit https://www.baker.edu/academics/graduate-studies/college-of-business/healthcare-management-mba.