Madonna Builds Out Omaha Campus Leadership Team
Marilyn Viehl, RN, BSN, MHA, has been named administrator of Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital’s Omaha Campus (www.madonna.org), part of the Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals system. She began her duties June 6, 2016, and joins Jason Doll, who was recently promoted to administrator for the Omaha Campus’ Rehabilitation Specialty Hospital.
In Viehl’s new role, she will oversee the daily operations of the acute rehabilitation taking place for both children and adults at the Omaha hospital. Prior to Madonna, Viehl has spent the past 19 years at Bryan Medical Center, most recently as the nursing director for the Medical and Surgical Services and Nursing Administration. While there, she was responsible for a number of areas including the transitional care unit (TCU) and rehabilitation, inpatient and outpatient therapy, pediatric and neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) therapy teams and pastoral care. Viehl received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Viterbo University in La Crosse, WI, and a Master of Health Care Administration degree from the University of Minnesota.
Likewise, Doll will be responsible for the daily operations of the Omaha Campus’ Rehabilitation Specialty Hospital. Prior to Doll’s new role, he has been the director of Ancillary Services and Physician Practices for the Lincoln and Omaha campuses since 2015. Doll earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He spent the past nine years leading healthcare operations and the ten years prior to that working in finance.
Rachel Thompson, MSN, RN, is the director of nursing for Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals’ Omaha Campus. She began her duties in late February and will work closely with Viehl on daily operations for acute rehabilitation. Prior to Madonna, Thompson was the chief nursing officer for Select Specialty Hospital in Omaha. She attended Clarkson College where she received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and a Master of Science in Nursing degree with an emphasis on nursing education. She has also been working toward a doctorate in Health Care Leadership at Clarkson College.
Rounding out the Omaha Campus leadership team is Jackie Anderson, RN, BSN, CRRN, director of nursing for Madonna Rehabilitation Specialty Hospital Bellevue Campus since it opened in February of 2014. Anderson received a Bachelor of Health Science degree from the University of Minnesota and has 30 years of experience in healthcare management, including 12 years with Madonna. She works closely with Doll on the hospital’s daily operations and will transition to the Omaha Campus once open.
Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals’ Omaha Campus, located at 175th Plaza and Burke Street, is a full continuum of inpatient rehabilitation care for both adults and children. The 260,000-square-foot facility includes 110 beds and is scheduled to open in the fall. Visit www.madonna.org/careers to find out about the opportunities that are available.
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