ANGOLA — Cameron Memorial Community Hospital announced April 30 that Angie Logan will serve as interim president and CEO.

She currently serves as vice president of nursing and chief nursing officer for Cameron Hospital, and she will continue those duties until a permanent chief executive is in place, a news release 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. She combines clinical expertise and business acumen to align Cameron Hospital’s clinical goals with overarching organizational objectives, the news release said.

“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. Her dedication and preparation positioned the organization to continue improving the quality of life for those we serve through relationships focused on health and wellness.”

McCahill announced her retirement after decades of work in health care on March 31.

With roots dating to 1926, Cameron Hospital has served generations of families through personalized, compassionate and high-quality care. Today, the organization offers the same commitment to care in a modern facility with advanced equipment and an outstanding team of physicians and healthcare professionals, all of whom are dedicated to their patients and the community as a whole.

“We’re pleased to be moving forward with the transition process and will continue to proactively communicate our progress,” said Board Chair Deborah McHenry. “Angie is an innovative, driven and talented leader committed to revolutionizing care at Cameron Hospital.”

The company set Logan’s first day in the role as May 3. The hospital’s board of directors has already begun a formal process for hiring a permanent president and CEO, and additional updates will be provided as important developments occur, the news release said.

Logan, who has a master’s in nursing, joined Cameron Hospital as vice president of nursing and chief nursing officer in 2019.

Prior to that, 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.

Logan began her career as an acute care nurse and held various leadership positions throughout her tenure. She has worked in healthcare for over 20 years, assuming expanded responsibilities and leadership roles.

She is a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, American Organization of Nurse Leaders, American Nurses Association and Indiana State Nurses Association.

Logan has been active in philanthropy and community service and has had multiple speaking engagements at national conferences. She serves as a board member for Indiana Center for Nursing and was recently appointed to an officer position on the board. Additionally, she is the chair of the development committee of the Indiana Center for Nursing. Logan also serves on Trine Health Sciences Advisory Board and Trine Nursing Advisory Board.

Her previous experience includes being a past board member of Dupont Hospital, Lutheran Hospital, Junior Achievement, Indiana Donor Network and advisory boards for Cleveland Clinic Aquapheresis Best Practices, Foellinger Foundation Board of Community Interests Grant Review Committee, Indiana University, University of Saint Francis and Ivy Tech.

Logan earned undergraduate degrees from Purdue University Fort Wayne and Western Governors University in Salt Lake City. She also completed a master’s in leadership and management from Western Governors University. She and her husband of almost 20 years, Jimmy, live and raise their two children — Brooke and Graydon — in Leo. In their spare time, the Logan family loves spending time outdoors, camping and sporting events.

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