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Mayor DeGeeter welcomes new leader of UH Parma Medical Center


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PARMA, Ohio – Earlier today, an important announcement came out of UH Parma Medical Center: Nancy Tinsley will take over as the hospital’s President. Formerly, Tinsley was the Vice President of Institute Clinical Operations at Case Medical Center.

Immediately following the announcement, Mayor Tim DeGeeter welcomed Tinsley and praised the hospital for its choice.

“Parma Medical Center is one of the city’s largest employers, and it is clear that, with this choice, the hospital is in good hands,” the Mayor said. “Nancy has risen within the UH system, and after having met with her, I can see that she holds a vision for moving the hospital forward. She has a real understanding of Parma, and she cares about the community as a whole. I congratulate Nancy and the UH system for this appointment.”

Mayor DeGeeter said he looks forward to introducing Tinsley to the City Council so that, together, the hospital and the city government can work to implement a larger vision for UH in the region. He expects to invite her to a Council meeting soon.

“We are fortunate to have this hospital right here in Parma, as it offers not only quality health care but also child care and wellness programs. I am excited to collaborate with our hospital's new president."