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April 11, 2013

Hall Named Chief Information Officer at Pella Regional

Pella — Pella Regional Health Center has named Jeff Hall to the role of Chief Information Officer. As he joins the administrative team, he continues to be responsible for Information Services and Public Relations and has added Plant Operations to his responsibilities.

“Pella Regional lives up to its mission of health care and healing with Christian compassion and that’s important to me. It’s not just words here, it’s acted upon daily,” said Hall.

Hall joined Pella Regional Health Center as director of Information Services in 2011. Prior to that, he worked within the health care information technology arena, mainly with large hospital systems, for most of his career.

“There are so many challenges in health care. It’s important that we meet those challenges, not just for survival of the organization, but to contribute to the continued success of Pella Regional,” said Hall. “One of my main responsibilities from the Information Systems side is to keep current with technology and the regulations that are changing now and down the road. We need to anticipate those and be ready.”

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