Hospice organization names new leaders

Amy Wagner, former chief human resources and compliance officer, will be chief operating officer for Ohio’s Hospice. CONTRIBUTED

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Amy Wagner, former chief human resources and compliance officer, will be chief operating officer for Ohio’s Hospice. CONTRIBUTED

Ohio’s Hospice announced changes in its leadership team Tuesday.

Amy Wagner, former chief human resources and compliance officer, will be chief operating officer for Ohio’s Hospice. Wagner has led human resources and compliance at Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton since 2003 and began her career as an HR professional in 1994.

Mary Murphy has been named president of Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton and will also serve as president for Ohio’s Hospice Southwest Care Region, which includes Hospice of Dayton, Hospice of Miami County, Community Care Hospice, Hospice of Butler & Warren Counties and Community Mercy Hospice.

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Jerry Durst has been named chief administrative officer with Ohio’s Hospice. His responsibilities will include corporate governance, risk management and more. Durst joined the Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton staff as director of finance in 2004 and was named chief financial officer shortly after. Prior to joining the Dayton hospice organization, he served as CFO/controller with Hospice of Cincinnati from 2001 to 2004.

Brandi Barlow has been named director of human resources, and Terri Gross has been named senior director of mission excellence.

Also, Beth Helke is director of mission optimization with Ohio’s Hospice, the company said.

Craig Schrolucke was named senior director of mission engagement and communications, and Julie Wickline will serve as senior director of education and staff development for Ohio’s Hospice.

Kent Anderson remains president and chief executive of Ohio’s Hospice, which has six regional locations.

The organization serves patients and families in 30 Ohio counties and last month bought new office space in Washington Twp.

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