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King’s Daughters’ Health has named Carol Dozier as its new president and chief executive officer. Dozier will succeed Roger J. Allman, who is retiring as CEO on June 21 after 20 years leading the hospital.
Since 2007, Dozier has served as chief executive officer for Ivinson Memorial Hospital in Laramie, Wyo. Her experience also includes positions as chief executive officer for Fleming County Hospital in Flemingsburg, Ky., and as vice president of patient support services for Porter Health System in Valparaiso, Ind. Dozier began her professional career as a registered nurse. She achieved her masters degree in business administration degree from Indiana Wesleyan University and her bachelor’s degree from Purdue University.
Following a thorough and extensive search process, Dozier was selected to lead King’s Daughters’ Health as it continues its mission of improving the health of local communities through care, service, and education.
KDH opened its new hospital and hilltop campus on Feb. 23.
During his tenure, Roger Allman helped KDH grow into a regional healthcare provider. Today, KDH is much more than a hospital. King’s Daughters’ Health is an integrated health system that includes physicians and a wide range of outpatient services. Allman began his duties at KDH on Jan. 4, 1993.