Angelia Foster has been promoted to executive vice president and chief administrative officer of Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers while Rob Goshia will step in as the hospital system’s vice president and chief financial officer.
CHWC announced the moves in a press release issued this week.
Foster most recently served as vice president and chief human resources officer at CHWC. In her new role, she will provide administrative and strategic leadership to a variety of clinical and non-clinical areas, including surgical services, radiation oncology, facilities and human resources. She will also assist in assessing additional service lines to meet the community needs.
“Foster will continue to provide organizational development leadership to further enhance the culture and values of CHWC, to allow for an engaged workforce of over 700 employees who provide high quality, patient-centered care to every patient, every time,” the news release stated.
“The board and I appreciate the energy and compassion Angelia brings to her work and look forward to working together as she assumes the new role,” said Chad Tinkel, CHWC president and CEO. “Having previously held this position, I believe her talents will assist us in enhancing the health, safety and well-being of our community.”
Prior to serving at CHWC, she held the affiliate vice president human resources and support services position at Passavant Area Hospital. She holds a master’s degree in management and organizational behavior from Benedictine University. She and her family reside in Bryan.
Goshia had served as the chief financial officer at Paulding County Hospital since 2001. He will oversee the financial, accounting, coding, accounts payable and registration departments. In this position, he will serve as a member of the senior leadership team of the organization. He holds a master’s degree in business administration from Defiance College. Goshia and his family reside in the Defiance area.
“Throughout the interview process, Rob consistently demonstrated his unique skill set and his ability to be effective in our culture. For these reasons, the board and I am honored to have him join our team,” Tinkel said. “With the addition of Rob, and the promotion of Angelia, I believe that our future at CHWC continues to be bright.”
(Information courtesy of Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers)