Jill Fuller, CEO, Elected to Leadership Role

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Jill Fuller, CEO, Elected to Leadership Role

News from the South Dakota Association of Healthcare Organizations: 

President and CEO, Jill Fuller, of Prairies Lakes Healthcare System, was elected to a three-year term on the Board of Trustees of the South Dakota Association of Healthcare Organizations (SDAHO) during the 88th Annual Convention in Rapid City.

Fuller is part of a 12-member board that provides leadership and direction for a unified voice in health care across South Dakota on a state and federal level. SDAHO Board Chair, Kent Olson said. “Jill’s leadership skills and experience are an excellent addition to our board. While there are challenges in health care, there are also many opportunities and I know that because of Jill’s background, we are a better board because she is on it!"

Fuller has been with Prairie Lakes Healthcare System since 2000, prior to becoming president and CEO in November of 2009, she was the chief nursing officer. She is known for building relationships with health care providers and while maintaining strong ties with the community. Before coming to Watertown, Fuller was a hospital administrator in Minot, ND and Winona, MN.

Over 600 health care providers attended the convention representing administration, governance and 18 affiliated health care professional membership societies. SDAHO represents 54 hospitals and 33 long term care facilities across the state. Numerous health care issues were discussed at the convention including quality of care initiatives, health reform, leadership, reimbursement and the future of health care.

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Last modified on Friday, October 10, 2014