Lutheran Homes Society (LHS) has hired Jeff Rohdy as Regional Executive Director for Long-Term Care Services. Mr. Rohdy will provide operational and strategic leadership to the four LHS care campuses: Lutheran Home at Napoleon, Lutheran Home at Toledo, Lutheran Memorial Home in Sandusky, Ohio, and Lutheran Village at Wolf Creek in Holland, Ohio.
In this position, Mr. Rohdy will partner with the campus executive directors and their teams to ensure success in key areas such as standards of care, financial stewardship, employee satisfaction, and resident/patient satisfaction.
Mr. Rohdy has worked in health care administration for over 13 years. The last 10 years have been with ProMedica, first as the Business Manager of Surgical & Cardiovascular Services at Toledo Hospital and then as Director of Ancillary Services at Defiance Regional Hospital.
“My operational experience is going to lend itself nicely to this position, where I will be taking those skill sets and applying them in the post-acute care setting,” Mr. Rohdy stated. “I am honored to be part of an organization committed to high-quality care and services.”
Mr. Rohdy earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration, with a focus on health care administration, from Bowling Green State University. He has a master’s degree in health services administration from Xavier University in Cincinnati. He is board-certified in health care management and is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He resides in Defiance, Ohio, with his wife and three children.
“Jeff’s extensive experience and knowledge of the industry and his proven track record of innovation and operational excellence make him a welcome addition to the team,” said Steve Dumke, LHS Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. “I am confident that under his leadership LHS will continue its tradition of providing quality care and services at all of our ministries.”
Lutheran Homes Society is a social ministry organization based in Toledo, Ohio, that has been serving the unique needs of youth and elderly since 1860. Today, more than 3,600 individuals located throughout northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan benefit from the housing, medical care, and community services offered through LHS ministries.