Advocate BroMenn Medical Center: Consolidation & Construction
Course Code Not offered for this course
Duration 1.5 Hours
Course Type Short Course
Classes Days Wednesday - One Day Class
Campus Class will be held at Advocate BroMenn Medical Center in Normal, Illinois, United States
Min Qualifications Open to Healthcare Professional
Advocate BroMenn Medical Center: Consolidation and Construction: Colleen Kannaday will present the scope of Advocate BroMenn and Eureka today. She will mention 116 year history in the community, Church affiliated, regional impact of Advocate Medical Group, Advocate Eureka Hospital as a critical access hospital, Graduate Medical Ed programs, affiliation with Mennonite College of Nursing, new Advocate BroMenn Outpatient Center, and more. Sonja Reece will compare and contrast the experience of three consolidations, or mergers: Mennonite Hospital and Eureka Hospital in 1978, Mennonite/Eureka and Brokaw hospitals in 1984, then BroMenn and Advocate in 2010. She will cover the planning and design process for the latest construction project. Colleen will then review the new patient tower including how to carry out construction during a change in the executive team, construction challenges, unique features, and meticulous planning to occupy. A facility tour will follow.
With this course, you will gain insight and tactics to:
- Identify key elements involved in the merger of a small rural hospital with a larger community hospital system in an adjoining community
- Identify key elements involved in the merger of a small health system with a larger regional health system
- Discuss the concepts involved with planning, designing, and building of new building housing key services available to the community that is served
Colleen L. Kannaday, MHA, FACHE ,Chief Executive Officer, Advocate BroMenn Medical Center
Sonja Reece, MBA . FACHE,Director, Health Facilities Planning, Advocate BroMenn Medical Center
Rob Hancock, MHA, SPHR, FACHE, Central Illinois ACHE – Education Committee Member
Advocate BroMenn Medical Cener
Central Illinois Chapter of ACHE
As an independent chartered Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives Central Illinois Chapter of ACHE is authorized to award 1.5 hours of Qualified Education Credit toward advancement or recertification in the American College of Healthcare Executives. Participants in this program who wish to have it considered for Qualified Education (non-ACHE) credit should list their attendance when they apply to the American College of Healthcare Executives for advancement or recertification.
Pekin Hospital, Director of Service Initiatives
Rob Hancock has worked at Pekin Hospital in Normal, Illinois for more than 30 years. He is a Life Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executive. Mr. Hancock has participated on many committees throughout his healthcare career. Rob is an active m...
Director, Health Facilities Planning, Advocate BroMenn Medical Center
I work with Advocate Health Care, the largest hospital system in Illinois with 12 hospitals in the Chicago and central Illinois area. I am the Director of Health Facilities Planning, a role focused on securing approval from the State for major projects. I...
Advocate BroMenn Medical Center & Advocate Eureka Hospital at Advocate Health Care, President
Colleen Kannaday is President of the not-for-profit Advocate BroMenn in Normal, IL that includes two hospitals, Advocate BroMenn Medical Center, Advocate Eureka Hospital; plus a multi-specialty medical group; and a physician provider network. Previously,...