Northern Michigan University alumna Connie Koutouzos recently began a new role as president and CEO of both McLaren Thumb Region and McLaren Caro Region.
Koutouzos has 30 years of health care experience in nursing and administration, having most recently served as the president and CEO of Aspirus Iron River. She earned two degrees from NMU: a bachelor's in nursing in 1986; and a master's in nursing administration in 1997. She also holds a master's in business administration from Michigan Technnological University.
“Connie's health care experience in the rural setting set her apart from many of the candidates we interviewed,” said John Hunt, the chairman of McLaren Thumb Region's board of directors, in a statement. “She has a great understanding of critical access hospitals and what they mean to the community.”
Read more in a Huron Daily Tribute article here.