Central health chief Mike Geeslin steps down in planned exit

After six years at the helm of Central Health, President and CEO Mike Geeslin plans to step down at the end of the year.

“It’s time for the next phase of life,” Gizlin, 54, said.

When Geeslin was hired in 2017, Central Health planned for the CEO position to be five to seven years.

“I’m a big believer in organizational planning,” he said, adding that he is leaving Central Health’s board of managers with a succession plan in place.

Under his watch, Central Health has grown over the past six years. It now has 230 employees and an annual budget of $305 million plus about $370 million in reserves. Its fiscal 2017 budget was $240 million with $29 million in reserves.

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