Iroquois Memorial Hospital CEO Chuck Bohlmann is winding down his career in health care. But he assures us, he’s not going away. And he will stay involved in community.
The 65-year-old Bohlmann was honored during a retirement party Tuesday evening. The business community, medical professionals and friends gathered at Iroquois Memorial Hospital in Watseka.
Reflecting on the job he started in 1995, Bohlmann said ‘it’s about the people, good people’ that surrounded him and showed support. .......
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His experience in the restaurant business elevated to executive director of the Watseka Area Chamber of Commerce, then to fundraising for IMH and the job that consumed the last 22 years.......
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The support from the hospital board of directors and co-workers --- Bohlmann says---- is what made it all work. The CEO said health care has gone thru so many changes. And there’s so much more still to come.