(Posted Feb. 1, 2018)
Madison Health recently named London resident Ginger Kronk as vice president of development.
Kronk was appointed to the position after serving as the hospital’s physician relation liaison for the past two years. Kronk has supported the hospital as a Foundation volunteer for more than 15 years. During that time, she served as vice president on the Foundation board and was the annual gifts committee chairperson.
Her experience in human resources management for Hyatt Hotels and time spent overseeing membership, events and fundraising for the Madison County Chamber of Commerce will bring value to her new role at the hospital.
Mike Boerger, president of the Madison Health Foundation board said, “I’m excited to learn that Ginger has accepted this position with Madison Health. She’s a product of London, with a history of service on many well-known levels in our community. Her experience and drive will serve us well in promoting Madison Health Foundation’s goal of providing needed healthcare for the residents of Madison County.”
As vice president of development, Kronk will oversee the Madison Health Foundation.
“Healthcare is essential to a strong community, and I am honored to help support one of the components which make our area a great place to live and work,” she said. “We have a very generous and philanthropic community who contributes their time, talents and resources to benefit residents in our area and beyond. I look forward to sharing our Madison Health story with more people.”
Kronk is a London native and graduated from Bowling Green State University with a bachelor of science degree in business administration. She has been an active member of various London City Schools organizations and First Presbyterian Church of London.
To learn more about Madison Health or volunteer opportunities at the hospital, contact Kronk at (740) 845-7056.