Goering Will Lead New Benedictine Project

Posted on July 23rd, 2012 by

Jake Goering is a CEO without a building. He’s not only OK with that, he’s thrilled. The ability to create something new — including the facility to house it — is part of what attracted him to his new job. Goering leads the newly merged Seminary Home and St. Brigid’s at Hi-Park. Both Red Wing nursing homes will continue to operate until a new, integrated cutting-edge care center run by Benedictine Health System opens in late 2014. This is much more than a merger: The new facility will be connected to the local medical center. And beyond that physical connection, Goering noted, will be a new model for senior care at the same time Mayo Clinic Health Services takes over the local hospital, clinics, home health care and other services.


Red Wing Republican Eagle by Anne Jacobson

Tags: Benedictine Health System, Facilities, Industry News & Competitive Intelligence, Jake Goering, Mayo Clinic Health System, nursing homes, Red Wing Republican Eagle

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