October 21, 2014 5:34 AM ET

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Company Overview of Children's Health Care Inc.

Company Overview

Children's Health Care Inc., doing business as Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, Inc., operates as a pediatric health care organization in the United States. The company provides inpatient and outpatient care services, such as cancer and blood disorders, cardiovascular program, cystic fibrosis, diabetes/endocrinology, emergency and trauma, neonatal, neuroscience, surgical, and other programs and services to patients in Minnesota, as well as parts of Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota, and South Dakota. It serves as a family-centered hospital primarily for kids. The company was formerly known as Children's Hospital of St. Paul and changed its name to Children's Health Care Inc. in 199...

2525 Chicago Avenue

Minneapolis, MN 55404

United States

Founded in 1924

Phone:

612-813-6000

Fax:

612-813-7473

Key Executives for Children's Health Care Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and Director
President and Chief Operating Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 44
President of Children's Foundation and Executive Director of Children's Foundation
Vice President of Advocacy & Health Policy and General Counsel
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Children's Health Care Inc. Key Developments

Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota Announces Executive Changes

The board of directors of Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota has appointed Robert (Bob) I. Bonar Jr. as its new chief executive officer. Bonar, who is president and CEO of Seton Family of Hospitals and CEO of Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas, will begin his new duties December 8, 2014. After more than a decade of leadership at Children's, Alan L. Goldbloom, MD, chief executive officer, will assist in the transition until he retires December 7, 2014. This transition is part of the long-term plan of the hospital board and executive team. As CEO Bonar will guide Children's long-term business strategy and build on the strengths of its people, assets and infrastructure. He will ensure that Children's keeps improving children's health by providing the high-quality, family-centered care while advancing that care through research and education.

Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota Announces Board Appointments

Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota announced it has named Martin Bassett, Paul Marvin, Bruce Shay and Thomas Tefft to its Corporate board of directors. In addition, Children's announced the appointment of Russ Becker as chair, Hayes Batson as vice chair, and Jonathan Wood as treasurer of its Corporate board of directors. The new board members and leaders, along with the 17 additional members, will be instrumental as Children's rolls out its new vision and strategic plan that aims to transform how pediatric health care is delivered. The four new members each bring decades of business leadership and acumen to the Children's board: Martin Bassett is the President and CEO of The Walman Optical Company. He also serves as a director of The Walman Optical Company, Hydrogel Vision Corporation, and The Vision Council of America, and is a member of the World Presidents' Association (WPO) and The American Institute of CPAs; Paul Marvin is Vice President of Sales at Marvin Windows and Doors. He currently serves on the board of directors for The Marvin Companies and the Northwestern Minnesota Manufacturers Association. Marvin is an active community member in his northern Minnesota hometown of Warroad; Bruce Shay has served more than 28 years at Securian Financial Group and currently serves as Executive Vice President. He is a board member for Think Mutual Bank and Twin Cities Public Television; Tom Tefft is Senior Vice President and President of Neuromodulation at Medtronic. He serves as a board member of the Dean's Advisory Board and the Nicholas Center for Corporate Finance and Investment Banking at the University of Wisconsin School of Business. He is also a member of the Medtronic Foundation board.

Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota Appoints Scott Gill, Irvin Kessler and Charles J. Maxwell, Jr. to Children's Foundation Board

Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota announced the appointment of Scott Gill, Irvin Kessler and Charles J. Maxwell, Jr. to Children's Foundation board. Scott Gill is the CEO of Milestone AV Technologies. With more than 35 years of financial services experience, Irv Kessler currently serves as the vice-chairman and the large individual shareholder of Silver Bay Realty. Charlie Maxwell is chairman and CEO of Meristem Family Wealth and has more than 27 years of family wealth management experience.

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