NEWBURGH - The Greater Hudson Valley Family Health Center (GHVFHC) is proud to announce the appointment of Jonnie Wesley-Krueger as the health center’s new Chief Advancement Officer. Wesley-Krueger has nearly 30 years of experience in the health care industry, previously working as Director of Training, Education, and Development for Orange Regional Medical Center (ORMC) since 1995. She will replace Ken Mackintosh who will be retiring at the end of this year.
"It is an honor to have an individual of Jonnie’s caliber join our leadership," said Linda S. Muller, CEO and President of The Greater Hudson Valley Family Health Center. "With her expertise we will continue our efforts of assuring that every patient has access to the highest quality of care possible."
As Director of Training, Education, and Development, Wesley-Krueger created education services and training programs for over 3,600 staff, monitored all non-clinical regulatory requirements, started development programs for ORMC’s leadership, and coordinated electronic health records training for thousands of ORMC employees. During this time, she also held positions at the hospital as Director of Media Relations and Hospital Spokesperson; Director of Government Relations and Grant Development; and Administrative Liaison for the Orange County Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program (OC SANE).
As a member of the GHVFHC Executive team, Ms. Wesley-Krueger will oversee multiple departments including: Marketing, Grants, Outreach, Health Education, and New Business Initiatives. She will serve as the health center’s chief spokesperson and lobbyist, and be instrumental in executing the strategic vision of the health center, as well as, shaping the future growth and direction of the health center.
"I am so excited to be working alongside Linda and senior leadership at the health center." said Wesley-Krueger. "This is such a transformational era in health care and I’m thrilled for this new opportunity to help lead The Greater Hudson Valley Family Health Center into the future."
Muller added "For the past eight years, Ken Mackintosh has built our Advancement Department from the ground up, with Jonnie on board we can take this foundation and bring our health center to the next level."