August 25, 2014
The president of Martha Jefferson Hospital announced he will retire this fall. Jim Haden has worked at the Charlottesville area hospital for 21 years.
According to a news release from Martha Jefferson, during Haden's time as president, the hospital has enhanced its cancer services, was designated as a Magnet facility for excellence in nursing, opened new outpatient care centers and moved to a new facility in Albemarle County.
"Martha Jefferson Hospital is a special place, and what I cherish the most about our hospital is the Caring Tradition culture," said Haden. "Thanks to the dedication of all those involved, I am confident the culture will continue through the years.”
A hospital spokeswoman says the search for Haden's successor has already begun. A new president is expected to be named this fall.
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