|Wednesday, 31 December 2008 03:20|
Dreyer Medical Clinic is pleased to announce a new Vice President of Operations. Ann Skoglund, B.S., brings over 25 years of health care experience, ranging from nutritional education and physician relations to strategic planning and development.
“I am very excited to be working for Dreyer and the Advocate Health Care system,” says Ann Skoglund, Vice President of Operations. “I look forward to being part of a growing and progressive health care organization that serves the greater Fox Valley area.”
“We are thrilled to welcome Ann to our organization and anticipate that her varied health care and strategic development experience will contribute to our continued growth and success,” says Dreyer’s President, Donna S. Cooper, C.P.A., M.H.A.
Ms. Skoglund began her career as a registered dietitian with Adventist LaGrange Community Memorial Hospital in LaGrange, Illinois. From 1990 to 1994, she worked in various roles for the Advocate Health Care system.
Previously, Ms. Skoglund worked for Edward Hospital & Health Services as the Vice President of Physician Practice Management. During her tenure, she helped grow Edward Medical Group from four physicians in two offices to 30 physicians in 12 offices. Additionally, Ms. Skoglund helped exceed goals for patient satisfaction.
Ms. Skoglund graduated from the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition. She completed a one year post-graduate internship with Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. Currently, Ms. Skoglund resides in Naperville.
Established by physicians in 1922, Dreyer Medical Clinic became affiliated with Advocate Health Care in 1996. The over 140 physicians represent nearly 30 different medical specialties and serve Fox Valley area residents at 11 convenient sites located in Aurora, Batavia, Hinckley, Oswego, Plainfield, and Yorkville.