10-10-2011 (Dayton, OH) -
Matt Graybill, FACHE, has been promoted to the newly created position of chief operating officer of the Children’s Medical Center of Dayton, effective October 3, 2011, announces David Kinsaul, president and CEO. In this role, Graybill will be responsible for Dayton Children’s three operational divisions—inpatient, outpatient, and corporate support—as well as human resources, information services, and strategic planning.
Graybill had served for 19 years as vice president for business development and planning with responsibility for services delivered away from Dayton Children’s main campus, business development, and Children’s Care Group, the hospital’s multi-specialty group practice. Graybill joined Dayton Children’s in 1984 as vice president of human resources and became vice president, operations—support services in 1989 Prior to joining Dayton Children’s, Graybill served as assistant vice president of human resources at Grandview Hospital, in Dayton.
“Bringing the three operating divisions together under a COO will enable us to further strengthen our cohesive delivery of care,” says Kinsaul. “We continuously achieve high patient satisfaction scores and very strong outcomes, yet we strive for even higher levels of satisfaction and quality, which requires a highly reliable operation.”
Graybill is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and has served on the organization’s Regent Advisory Council and Credentials Committee. He is past president of the Ohio Society for Hospital Human Resources Administrators and has served on the Ohio Hospital Association Managed Care Committee and the Greater Dayton Area MRI Consortium Board of Directors.
Graybill is active in the Dayton community. He is past board member and board president of Big Brother’s /Big Sister’s of Greater Dayton; current board member for Community Blood Center / Community Tissue Service, past member of United Way campaign cabinet and a Junior Achievement mentor. Recently, he was named the Leukemia Lymphoma Society’s “Man of the Year” for Dayton. Matt also participates actively in youth sports coaching and Incarnation Church.
Graybill earned a bachelor’s degree fromThe Pennsylvania State University and a master’s in business administration from Xavier University. He is married to Sharon and has three children.
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