American College of Healthcare Executives Recognizes Georgetown Hospital System Executives
Thursday, March 22, 2007
Georgetown, SC—Three Georgetown Hospital System executives recently achieved American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), Fellow status. Georgetown Hospital System Chief Operating Officer Gayle Resetar, Chief Planning and Development Officer Rick Kaylor and Waccamaw Community Hospital Associate Administrator Oscar Weinmeister were all advanced to the status of Fellow at a recent Convocation Ceremony held by the American College of Healthcare Executives.
This status represents a continued achievement in meeting the high standards of professional development, excellence and leadership as a healthcare executive.
Ms. Resetar joined the administrative staff at Georgetown Memorial Hospital in 1990. She served as the Assistant Administrator for Georgetown Memorial Hospital for 9 years before assuming responsibility for operations at Waccamaw Community Hospital. She led the construction and start-up effort for Waccamaw Community Hospital, opening the facility in November 2002.
Ms. Resetar received her Bachelors Degree in Business Management from Fairmont State University in West Virginia. She completed her Masters Degree in Healthcare Administration at the University of South Carolina. Ms. Resetar achieved board certification in Healthcare Management from the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) in 1994. In 1999, she received the Regents Award from ACHE for recognition of the Young Health Executive of the Year for SC.
Mr. Kaylor joined Georgetown Hospital System in 2005. Before joining Georgetown Hospital System, Mr. Kaylor served as system Vice President of Ephraim McDowell Health and President and CEO of Ephraim McDowell Health Resource. He has also held positions as Chief Operating Officer for a hospital in Tennessee and as a Vice President for two large regional medical centers in South Carolina and Louisiana.
Mr. Kaylor has Masters Degrees from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri and Western Kentucky University. He received a Bachelors Degree from Middle Tennessee State University.
Mr. Weinmeister joined Georgetown Hospital System in 2004 as the Assistant Administrator for Waccamaw Community Hospital. He came to Georgetown Hospital System from a BJC Medical Center in north Georgia, where he was also the Assistant Administrator. Mr. Weinmeister currently serves as the Associate Administrator for Waccamaw Community Hospital.
Mr. Weinmeister earned a B. A. from Hampden-Sydney College in 1992. He has a Masters Degree in Business Administration and a Masters Degree in Health Administration from Georgia State University in Atlanta. Mr. Weinmeister achieved board certification in Healthcare Management from the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) in 2004.