Clarinda, IA | November 28, 2018 — Clarinda native Tyler Hill has been named as the next Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) at Clarinda Regional Health Center to replace retiring CNO Sherrie Laubenthal.
CRHC CEO Chuck Nordyke made the announcement Wednesday and says the transition will take place over the next few weeks. Nordyke says, “I welcome Tyler to the executive team at CRHC. He is a very bright individual with lots to offer our organization.” He goes on to say, “We were very fortunate to have had great internal candidates for this position, which speaks to the overall level of talent we have on our staff.”
Hill has been an employee of CRHC since 2006. He began his career in health care as a CNA, working nights and weekends. He continued his education while working, earning his Associate’s degree in Nursing from Iowa Western Community College in 2011, his BSN from Clarkson College in Omaha in 2016 and his Master’s degree in nursing from Clarkson College in 2018. Since 2011, Hill has been working in the Surgery department at CRHC. For the past three years he has co-managed that department with Mandy Woods.
In his new executive role, Hill will organize, direct and coordinate medical and health services in compliance with government regulations and policies set forth by the Board of Trustees. Additionally, he will be responsible for formulating and implementing new nursing strategies. Hill says, “I am humbled by this opportunity to give back to my community. I’m a third generation Clarinda resident and I’m excited to continue my career at CRHC.”