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Gundersen Boscobel: People drive our care for you

David Hartberg

Gundersen Boscobel CEO, David Hartberg

People make the Driftless Region a great place to live and work. We see that every day, in our area schools, where we work, and in our unique communities. Gundersen Boscobel Area Hospital and Clinics is no different: people drive our care for you.

Recently, administrator David Hartberg announced he would be leaving Gundersen Boscobel to lead Vernon Memorial Healthcare. In his seven plus years, David and the dedicated staff at Gundersen Boscobel have worked together to improve the care and treatment options available to you close to home, while also cultivating a strong employee culture within the Hospital and Boscobel, Fennimore and Muscoda Clinics. We thank David for his leadership and collective efforts placed on building a fiscally sound organization that can be relied upon to provide high-quality, patient-centered healthcare today and into the future. We wish David the best in his new role. Interim leadership discussions are underway, and updates on the hiring process for a new leader will be forthcoming.

During this transition, I'd ask our community members to remember that people remain the most important part of Gundersen Boscobel's work. Together, we will continue to accomplish great things to benefit our patients, our staff and our community partners, making me certain the best is yet to come.

Jerry Berge
Board Chair
Gundersen Boscobel Area Hospital and Clinics

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