Submitted by Grays Harbor Community Hospital

During the December 19 Regular Board of Commissioners Meeting held in Conference Room C at Grays Harbor Community Hospital,  two new board members and three continuing board members were sworn in to service.

New member Lynn Csernotta was elected to a six-year term as the District 3 (Ocean Shores, North Beach) position. Lynn is a Registered Health Information Administrator with over 30 years of health information management experience.

New member Scott Dilley was elected to a six-year term as the Commissioner At Large 2 position. Scott is the Communication Director for the Washington State Dairy Federation with fifteen years of experience in public policy and communications at non-profits, advocating for the needs of family farmers and rural communities.

David Quigg (Commissioner at Large 1) and Chris Thomas (District 1 – Junction City, Central Park, Montesano) were sworn in for additional two-year terms. Board Chair Michael Bruce (District 2 – Cosmopolis, Westport, Grayland) was sworn in for an additional six-year term.

Each of the newly sworn commissioners began their terms on January 1st, 2020. The first meeting of the Board is scheduled for Tuesday January 28th, 2020 at 6:00pm in Conference Room C at Grays Harbor Community Hospital.

Pictured left to Right: Tom Jensen, CEO and President, Becky Walsh (District 5 Commissioner – Aberdeen), Michael Bruce (District 2 Commissioner), Lynn Csernotta (District 3 Commissioner), Christopher Thomas (District 1 Commissioner), David Quigg (Commissioner at Large), Scott Dilley (Commissioner at Large), Not pictured Andy Bickar (District 4 Commissioner)

About Grays Harbor Community Hospital: Grays Harbor Community Hospital (GHCH) Aberdeen, Washington, is a comprehensive regional medical center providing quality care to a region of over 70,000 residents covering the 2,000 square miles of Grays Harbor County within Grays Harbor Public Hospital District II. Established in 1959, Grays Harbor Community Hospital is licensed for 140 beds; services including a level-three trauma designated emergency department, critical care unit, surgical services and Family Birth Center. GHCH’s outpatient services include diagnostic imaging, rehabilitation therapies, wound healing center, surgical services and physician clinics.

Learn more at the Grays Harbor Community Hospital website.

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