Rogalski Elected to Illinois Health And Hospital Association Board
Ted Rogalski, administrator of Genesis Medical Center, Aledo has been elected to the Illinois Health and Hospital Association’s (IHA’s) 2017 Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees is the policymaking body for the Association, which represents more than 200 hospitals and nearly 50 health systems across Illinois.
Rogalski is responsible for day-to-day operations and strategic development at Genesis Medical Center, Aledo. Rogalski will bring a rural health care perspective to the Board, as well as represent the interests of Genesis Health System and Western Illinois.
Over the past 19 years, Rogalski has held a number of leadership positions within Genesis Health System, the last six of which have been in Aledo. During that time he was responsible for the acquisition and integration of Mercer County Hospital, Medical Associates Clinic and the Mercer County Nursing Home into Genesis Health System.
Rogalski also guided a $12 million renovation of the hospital and the health system recently acquired three local retail pharmacies. He has also been an active community leader and currently serves on the Board of Friendship Manor, Mercer County Better Together and the Mercer Foundation for Health. He has also served on the boards of the Vera French Mental Health Center, St. Paul the Apostle School and Assumption High School Century Club. He is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare executives.
As the only health center in the county, Genesis Medical Center, Aledo plays a vital role in providing local health care to a diverse population. It is the mission of the health center to provide quality, compassionate care to the community.
Services available at Genesis Medical Center, Aledo include emergency services, surgical services, radiology, laboratory, inpatient and skilled nursing, cardiopulmonary, Genesis Health Group physician offices, physical medicine and rehabilitation and senior living; including memory care, at Genesis Senior Living, Aledo.
The Illinois Health and Hospital Association, with offices in Chicago, Naperville, Springfield, and Washington, D.C., advocates for Illinois' more than 200 hospitals and nearly 50 health systems as they serve their patients and communities. IHA members provide a broad range of services—not just within their walls, but across the continuum of healthcare and in their communities. Reflecting the diversity of the state, IHA members consist of nonprofit, investor-owned and public hospitals in the following categories: community, safety net, rural, critical access, specialty, and teaching hospitals, including academic medical centers. For more information, see www.team-iha.org. Like IHA on Facebook. Follow IHA on Twitter.