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Warman named fellow in association

PRESTONSBURG Harold C."Bud" Warman, Jr., president and CEO of Highlands Regional Medical Center and Consolidated Health Systems in Prestonsburg, has been named a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).

Warman received notification in late December by the ACHE Board of Governors. Formal recognition of members advancing to Fellow will take place at the Convocation Ceremony on Feb. 29 in Chicago, Ill.

Fellow in the ACHE represents a member's continued achievement in meeting high standards of professional development, excellence, and leadership as a healthcare executive. It demonstrates commitment to maintaining a high level of professionalism in healthcare management.

Fellows in the ACHE advocate and emulate high ethical conduct; recognize that lifelong learning is essential to their ability to innovate and continually improve themselves, their organizations, and their professions; lead through example and mentoring, and recognize that caring must be a cornerstone of their professional interactions; and embrace the differences of those with whom they work and the communities they serve. The mission of ACHE is to advance members and healthcare management excellence through high ethical standards, pertinent knowledge, and a relevant credentialing program.

Warman has been involved in hospital administration since 1984 when he served as acting administrator of Peterson Hospital in Wheeling, W.Va. In 1985, he was as Administrative Fellow for Ohio Valley Health Services and Education Corporation in Wheeling; from 1986-88 he was vice president of administration at Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital in Ashland; from 1988-92, he served as vice president of administration at Montgomery Regional Hospital, Health Trust, Inc. in Blacksburg, Va.; and from 1992-1998, he was chief executive officer at Lower Anthracite Health Corporation and Shamokin Area Community Hospital in Shamokin, Pa.

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