Jonathan Moe Named PACHS CEO
MASON CITY — Jonathan Moe has been named the Chief Executive Officer/Administrator of Palo Alto County Health System (PACHS) by the hospital’s Board of Trustees. Moe will begin his new duties on Monday, Feb. 8, 2021.
Moe comes to PACHS with nearly 12 years of health care leadership experience, most recently serving as President/Administrator of CHI Health, a critical access hospital located in Missouri Valley, IA. In addition, Moe served as the Chief Operating Officer at the Shenandoah Medical Center in Shenandoah, IA, and Chief Executive Officer/Administrator at the Avera Health Tyler Hospital in Tyler, MN.
Moe is looking forward to joining PACHS noting, “I know first-hand how blessed PACHS is to have such a great team. The medical, nursing, ancillary and office staff are here with one purpose and that is to make patients and their families a priority.”
“Jonathan’s experience as a health care administrator, as well as his knowledge of rural health care is sure to be a true asset to PACHS and our community,” said Terry Naig, PACHS Board of Trustees Chairman. “I greatly appreciate the involvement and input from the staff, medical staff and community leaders.”
Moe earned his Master of Business Administration degree from Wayne State College in Wayne, NE, and his Bachelor of Health Service Administration from the University of South Dakota in Vermillion, SD.
“I’m am pleased to have Jonathan join our MercyOne team,” said Scott Curtis, Vice President, Network Development for MercyOne North Iowa. “He brings a depth of experience and knowledge which will be of great value to PACHS as well as throughout our network.”
PACHS is managed by MercyOne. The management agreement provides a variety of services, including working with the PACHS Board of Trustees to provide an administrator.