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Feb 19, 2015
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Pamela Gill Named New President and Chief Executive Officer
 
Recovery Resources, for 60 years a leading provider in Northeast Ohio helping people triumph over mental illness, alcoholism, drug and other addictions, has named Pamela Gill as its next president and chief executive officer.
 

Ms. Gill brings deep healthcare expertise in organizational administration, strategic planning, change management, and systems change focused on improving patient care, employee engagement and business function. She succeeds Debbie Rodriguez, who stepped down in August of 2014.

Most recently, Ms. Gill served as Senior Director of Medical Operations at the Cleveland Clinic. In this role she has led a 152-person staff and managed a $28-million budget. She also served as Senior Director for enterprise-wide ICU operations, coordinating and integrating operations across multiple hospitals.

Earlier, she served as the first Executive Director of the Evergreen Neuroscience Institute in Kirtland, WA, a community-owned health care system with primary and specialty care, home health, hospice and community-based outreach programs. She managed operating and capital budgets of $83 million.

A Cleveland native, she holds a nursing degree from Cuyahoga Community College, a bachelor’s degree in Health Care Administration from Lake Erie College, and a master’s degree in biomedical ethics from Case Western Reserve University. She is a member of the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities and the American College of Healthcare Executives. Among her many professional honors, she’s the recipient of the Cleveland Clinic Innovation Award for Service.

As President and Chief Executive Officer of Recovery Resources, , Ms. Gill will be charged with coordinating and executing a strategic plan, development and cultivation of key strategic partnerships, and analyzing new business opportunities.

“As Recovery Resources celebrates 60 years of vital service for the Cleveland community, we’re excited to look ahead to our next 60 years, knowing that our path will be led by someone with Ms. Gill’s extraordinary vision, deep knowledge of healthcare and sterling leadership qualities,” said Vic Faris, chairman of the Recovery Resources board of directors.

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