(Oconomowoc, WI) Patrick T. Hammer, President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Rogers Behavioral Health System, recently announced the promotions of Paul A. Mueller, CAPSW – from Chief Operating Officer to CEO of Rogers Memorial Hospital – and Gerald A. Noll – from Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the Hospital to Executive Vice President (EVP) and CFO of the entire System.
“As we begin a new era and an exciting future at Rogers, I am kicking off a dually focused strategic plan designed to improve our internal operating systems and pursue additional growth opportunities for the System,” Hammer said. “As the strategy evolves, we will evaluate the organizational structure to assure that it is aligned and assisting the System’s ability to accomplish our Mission. These promotions are the first step toward helping others to envision Rogers Behavioral Health System as the recognized global leader in mental health.”
Paul Mueller, New CEO of Rogers Memorial Hospital
As new CEO of the Hospital, Mueller provides the leadership necessary for evaluating and making recommendations to help improve the Hospital’s administrative, clinical, marketing, financial and environmental operating systems. His primary emphasis will be to enhance the Hospital’s ability to deliver high-quality care as the number of individuals and families who seek help at Rogers Memorial Hospital continues to grow.
Gerald (Jerry) Noll, New EVP & CFO of Rogers Behavioral Health System
As the new EVP and CFO of the System, Noll will provide leadership for the financial oversight and development of the System’s five key corporations, which include Rogers Memorial Hospital; Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation, Inc.; Rogers Partners in Behavioral Health, LLC; Rogers Center for Research and Training; and Rogers InHealth. Noll’s primary emphasis will be on cost analysis, revenue cycle, financial due diligence, land/building acquisitions, as well as financing and construction management for the System.