Butte Community Health Center announces new CEO

2013-06-14T09:43:00Z 2013-06-14T20:41:20Z Butte Community Health Center announces new CEO Montana Standard
June 14, 2013 9:43 am

  Butte native Jessica Hoff has been selected by the Butte Community Health Center’s board of directors as the chief executive officer for the nonprofit clinic. She replaces longtime CEO Cindy Stergar and was selected after being appointed as interim CEO six months ago.

    “We are very pleased to welcome Jessica as the new leader of the Community Health Center,” said Wayne Harper, chair of the board of directors. “Jessica is a strong leader who is passionate about providing quality medical services to Southwestern Montana while observing the CHC’s mission to provide care to all people, regardless of their ability to pay.”

     As CEO, Hoff is responsible for the organization that includes primary medical, dental, behavioral health and pharmacy services for more than 18,000 patients in Southwestern Montana and includes clinics in Butte, Sheridan and Dillon. The private nonprofit employs more than 150 people.

   “I am deeply honored for the opportunity to lead the CHC,” Hoff said. “I look forward to continuing  CHC’s legacy of providing quality care while meeting the challenge of delivering care in an ever-changing industry.”

   Hoff is a three-year veteran of the CHC and is a registered nurse who also holds a bachelor’s degree from Montana Tech.  She and her husband, Jason, have three children, Abbi, Maddi, and Aaron.

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