Bateman Hospital CEO changes jobs
HUNTINGTON — The CEO of Mildred Mitchell-Bateman Hospital is changing jobs, according to information from John Law, spokesperson for the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources.
The department recently announced Mary Beth Carlisle would fill a position at the Bureau for Medical Services effective Tuesday, Nov. 17.
“Mary Beth Carlisle will support the department and the Bureau for Medical Services to implement Medicaid’s renewed commitment toward a positive relationship with behavioral health providers,” said West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Cabinet Secretary Patsy Hardy, in a prepared statement.
“I commend Ms. Carlisle’s accomplishments in her previous role,” Hardy said in the statement.
“I continue to analyze employees’ talents and positions within the department to facilitate a vision of an agency that is responsive to its constituents and meets established goals within reasonable time frames.”
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