WINTER PARK, Florida – Ed Noseworthy, current CEO for Bert Fish Medical Center, has accepted the position of President/CEO for Florida Hospital Fish Memorial in Orange City, Florida. He will officially assume responsibilities on July 1, 2011. Noseworthy succeeds Joe Johnson who has accepted the position of Chief Operating Officer for University Community Hospital in Florida Division’s Tampa Bay Region.
Noseworthy has served with Adventist Health System for more than 29 years, in various roles including administrator of Florida Hospital East Orlando and Florida Hospital DeLand, administrative director of management and support services at Florida Hospital Celebration Health, administrative director of nutritional services at Florida Hospital and associate director of nutritional services at Adventist Hinsdale Hospital.
“Ed has a long, proven track record of exceptional leadership within our organization and we are looking forward to utilizing his dynamic abilities at Florida Hospital Fish Memorial,” says Daryl Tol, CEO of Adventist Health System’s Volusia/Flagler Market. "In addition to his operational successes, Ed possesses a passion and energy for our mission of extending Christ’s healing."
Noseworthy’s initial energies and priorities will focus on building confidence and trust in physician/hospital relationships, as well as strengthening and expanding key services. Overall the primary focus is to continue to provide exceptional care to the community.
Noseworthy and his wife Shawn, who have two grown children, are looking forward to the opportunities this transition will bring.
“I am truly excited about the privilege of returning to West Volusia and being a part of the Florida Hospital Fish Memorial team,” said Noseworthy. "Having previously worked with Florida Hospital in West Volusia I know I am joining a skilled and professional team of people and am honored to help continue building upon a rich legacy of health and healing within this community."
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