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Antelope Memorial Hospital will have new leadership beginning March 1.
Diane Carlin will be the new Chief Executive Officer, replacing Jack Green, who will retire on February 28 after serving as the AMH CEO for 32 years.
"I look forward to serving those that live in the AMH service area and participating in local events, community boards and other activities," Carlin said. "I’m thankful for this opportunity to work with the AMH staff and local community leaders in creating the services needed by our patients ‒ in the future. I’m also excited to move closer to my hometown of Spalding."
Carlin brings with her 24 years of healthcare leadership experience of which 18 years were as Chief Executive Officer. She has spent her career in skilled nursing facilities and critical access hospitals in rural Nebraska communities and began her healthcare career in health care administration within skilled nursing facilities.
Following this role, Carlin progressed through a variety of leadership positions within Rural Health Development, which culminated in serving two years as a CEO at Plainview Hospital. For the last 16 years, Diane has served as CEO of Johnson County Hospital in Tecumseh.
Carlin has an Associate of Applied Science degree from Hastings College, a Bachelor of Science degree from Bellevue University and a Master of Healthcare Administration degree from the University of Minnesota.
“I chose to pursue the CEO position at Antelope Memorial Hospital because I was always impressed with its facilities and staff,” said Carlin. “I was familiar with the communities in the AMH service area due to my previous employment as CEO at Plainview Hospital and growing up in Spalding, Nebraska. The more I learned about AMH ‒ the more interested I became in the CEO position. I recognized AMH’s progressiveness and its staff’s commitment to excellence which reflected the leadership found at AMH.”