Granville Health CEO Resigns

Granville Health CEO John Franklin Snow


Granville Health System CEO John Snow has resigned- according to a news release.

Chairman of the Board of Trustees David Smith says the board will move quickly to develop a transition plan for interim leadership and the search for a new CEO. Smith emphasized the board’s appreciation for Snow’s leadership over the past four years, including the COVID pandemic, in reporting Snow’s resignation.

“While GHS will miss Mr. Snow and his passion for GHS’s mission, vision, and values, we know that GHS will continue to thrive and grow,” Smith said in a statement. “Now, more than ever, our community needs a strong locally owned and controlled hospital providing quality care close to home. The board of trustees looks forward to working with Mr. Snow during the transition and wishes him the best for the future.”

Said Snow, “It has been a pleasure to work with everyone associated with Granville Health System and the communities we serve. It has been an honor to serve this organization and its courageous and dedicated employees and medical staff. I will remember the Granville Health System team and this community fondly. I wish only the best for the health system’s continued success in its mission to promote well-being, accelerate healing, and inspire hope.”

The board intends to identify and hire an executive search firm with experience recruiting top health care executive talent to assist in the selection of GHS’s new CEO. The current administrative team, with the exception of Snow, will remain in place, according to the release.

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