Fred M. Rogers, Rush Health Systems’ Vice President and Chief Resource Officer, recently graduated from a five-year Leadership Institute program sponsored by the American Society for Healthcare Engineering. The program offers emerging leaders intensive training in skills they can use to manage employees, improve their productivity and become more effective leaders.
“The Leadership Institute takes folks who are already successful and helps them take that next step in sharpening their skills, “said ASHE Executive Director Dale Woodin, CHFM, FASHE. “We’re finding this approach to developing future leaders provides benefits to both the attendees’ organizations and ASHE.”
Rogers has been affiliated with Rush since 1995. He is a native of Meridian and attended Marion Military Institute and the University of Mississippi. He is responsible for the management of all construction projects including the current construction of Choctaw General Hospital in Butler, AL and the plant operations departments of all Rush-affiliated hospitals and clinics in East Mississippi and West Alabama.