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January 16, 2014

Centerre Healthcare Names Terry Maxhimer as Chief Operating Officer

Centerre Healthcare Names Terry Maxhimer as Chief Operating Officer
by Nashville Health Care Council | Jan 16, 2014
Nashville, Tennessee (January 15, 2014) – Nashville-based, Centerre Healthcare Corporation announces the appointment of Terry Maxhimer as Chief Operating Officer.Mr. Maxhimer brings more than two decades of inpatient rehabilitation hospital experience which has focused on leading clinical and organizational excellence.  During his tenure with a national inpatient rehabilitation company, his success included directing operational performance, closing business development opportunities, exceeding patient satisfaction benchmarks and providing organic growth in inpatient rehabilitation facility business volume.  Mr. Maxhimer’s background includes an  emphasis on positive partner relationships through healthcare joint venture partnerships.

In the COO role, Mr. Maxhimer will lead the operations of the company’s freestanding inpatient rehabilitation hospitals.  The focus of Mr. Maxhimer will be to continually improve operational performance results and ensure superior outcomes for our patients.  “We are pleased to have Mr. Maxhimer join our team.  He brings a proven track record of success in clinical excellence, patient satisfaction, building partner relationships as well as creating a platform for sustainable growth,” says Patrick Foster, Chief Executive Officer.

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About Centerre Healthcare Corporation: A national provider of inpatient acute rehabilitation services, dedicated solely to partnering with medical centers to complement their healthcare continuum through joint development and operation of acute rehabilitation hospitals and units. Modern Healthcare named Centerre as the fastest growing hospital company in the United States in 2012.  Centerre Healthcare facilities rank  among  the top  inpatient rehabilitation facilities (IRFs) in the IRF database of Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation (UDSMR); a ranking which provides a measure of the company’s quality clinical outcomes.  Centerre has been named for five consecutive years to the annual ranking of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in America by Inc. magazine.  For more about Centerre, visit www.centerrehc.com.

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Michele Lee Niec, President
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(615) 516-2771
michele@commelements.com

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