Froedtert & Community Health Announce New Positions
Milwaukee, WI (Aug. 6, 2008) — Froedtert & Community Health has named five people to new positions: Jim Klauck is vice president of Supply Chain Management, Brad LeVine is director of Purchasing, John Pandl is chief learning officer, Elaine Schmeda and Theresa Heeg are directors of Organizational Development. Froedtert & Community Health is a regional hospital system made up of Froedtert Hospital, Milwaukee; Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls; St. Joseph’s Hospital, West Bend; and the West Bend Clinic.
Former director of Pharmacy for Froedtert, Klauck has been promoted to vice president for Froedtert & Community Health Supply Chain Management. In his new role, he will lead the planning and management of materials sourcing for the system. He will also continue to oversee the Froedtert pharmacy. LeVine has accepted the position of director of Froedtert & Community Health Purchasing. He began working for Community Memorial Hospital in 1973 and has held various positions, including director of Materials Services, since 1990. In his new role, he will coordinate the acquisition of supplies, equipment, and services for Froedtert & Community Health.
Pandl began working at Froedtert Hospital in 1989 as director of Social Services, was promoted to director of Quality Improvement and Customer Service in May of 1997, and to director of Special Projects for Hospital Operations in January of 1999. As Chief Learning Officer, Pandl will direct leadership and organizational development functions for Froedtert & Community Health.
Schmeda has served as director of Organizational Development and Education at Community Memorial Hospital since 1990, and her role has been expanded to include additional responsibilities. Before joining Froedtert and Community Health, Heeg was director of Organization and Leadership Development for Wheaton Franciscan Health Care. She will be responsible for coordinating organizational development activities at Froedtert.
Author: Kathy Sieja
Date: Aug. 6, 2008