WCCH Announces New COO
June 8, 2015
Wythe County Community Hospital announced today that Adam M. Martin has joined as Chief Operating Officer. Martin comes with a wealth of experience within the healthcare industry, having spent the last four years at Terre Haute Regional Hospital in Terre Haute, Indiana where he was instrumental in daily operations and financial decisions for a 278 bed tertiary care acute-care hospital.
Martin comments, “I am excited for the opportunity to be joining such a wonderful team at Wythe County Community Hospital. I look forward to living out our mission of providing excellent healthcare and improving one’s quality of life.”
Martin received his Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Administration from Bethel University, McKenzie, Tennessee and his Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management from Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri.
“I’m very excited to have Adam join our team at Wythe County Community Hospital. Adam is an experienced hospital operator, who is goal oriented and focused on high quality care. Not only do we welcome Adam to the team, but also his wife, Anna, and daughter Haley Grace to our community and Wytheville family. I look forward to working with Adam, as we continue to make Wythe County Community Hospital the facility of choice in southwest Virginia”, states Chad Melton, CEO.
About Wythe County Community Hospital
Wythe County Community Hospital is a 100 - bed acute care hospital that serves the residents of Wythe and Bland counties, and is fully accredited by JCAHO, the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. The hospital offers 24-hour Emergency Care, Surgical Services, Extended Care Services, Intensive Care, Women's Services, Radiology Services, Rehabilitation Services, Hospice, Home Health, Cardiology, Respiratory, Cancer Services, Pastoral Care and Community/Occupational Education. For more information on Wythe County Community Hospital, visit www.wcchcares.com.