Annie Logan of Leo has been appointed interim president and CEO of Cameron Memorial Community Hospital in Angola.
She has been serving as vice president of nursing and chief nursing officer for Cameron, and she will continue those duties until a permanent chief executive is in place, a news release said.
She succeeds Connie McCahill, who announced her retirement after decades of work in health care on March 31.
“This is a tremendous opportunity, and I look forward to furthering Cameron Hospital’s mission and vision during this time,” Logan said. “During her time as chief executive, Connie McCahill built an exceptional leadership team.”
Prior to joining Cameron, Logan served as chief nursing officer for Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, where she was charged with oversight of more than 1,200 nurses in the 396-bed facility. During her time there, Logan led multiple quality and patient safety initiatives and participated in strategic planning, as well as assisted in development of specialty service lines.
Logan was also chief nursing officer for Dupont Hospital in Fort Wayne, helping the organization achieve the “top 100 hospital” designation for consecutive years. In addition, she assisted with planning, design and renovation of the hospital’s Ambulatory Surgery Center.
In a news release, the hospital said Logan is a high-achieving health care executive who has focused on advancing and expanding services and programs since arriving at Cameron Hospital in 2019. A registered nurse with more than two decades of acute care experience, she has served in health care leadership roles for more than 10 years.