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Ken Germano resigns as President and CEO of the Medical Fitness Association

Tuesday, June 04, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Michael Richmond
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After two and a half years at the helm, Ken Germano has resigned as the President and CEO of the Medical Fitness Association, effective June 1, 2013. Ken has cited the need to care for his family and the pursuit of his PhD in Health Services and Public Policy as the reasons for his departure. During Ken’s tenure, the Medical Fitness Association has experienced a rebranding with our new look, website and our expanded presence in the medical fitness community. Additionally, the growth of our Facility Certification program over the past two years has significantly strengthened our organization. Many thanks for all his hard work and dedication. We wish Ken great and continued success in the pursuit of his goals.

At this time the Board of Directors is excited to announce the appointment of Robert (Bob) D. Boone, FACHE, FMFA

as the interim President and CEO of the Medical Fitness Association. Many of our members are already familiar with Bob’s work in our field and he therefore, may not need an introduction. For those who are not familiar with Bob’s experience, you should know that he has worked for the last 26 years, rising through the ranks at FirstHealth of the Carolinas, Inc. to the roles as Vice-President of Inpatient Services, Business Health Services and Professional Services, as well as served as President of a private consulting firm to the medically based fitness operations at numerous hospitals and integrated health delivery systems. He holds Masters Degrees in both Health Administration and Business Administration. Bob is one of the very early members of the Medical Fitness Association, having served on the Board of Directors and as a prior administrator of our organization.

We are pleased that Bob has agreed to offer his extensive expertise and has agreed to step in to assume the leadership of the Medical Fitness Association on an interim basis until we are able to identify a more long term successor. We are looking forward to same upward trajectory under Bob’s guidance that we have experienced over the past administration. Information regarding our selection process for a more permanent appointment will be provided in the coming weeks.

Kind regards to all,

Michael Richmond

Chairman of the Board


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