David Schreiner, PhD, FACHE
David Schreiner is president/CEO of Katherine Shaw Bethea Hospital, an independent, rural health system in Dixon, Ill. He has been in that role since 2011 and has served at KSB Hospital since 1989. Dr. Schreiner and his wife, Stephanie, have two children, Kaile of Dixon and Andrew of Chicago. They also have two granddaughters, Klara and Nova. Dr. Schreiner was named 2007 Dixon Citizen of the Year and received the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award and the 2006 Excellence in Teaching Award from the University of St. Francis. He still serves as an adjunct faculty member in the Health Services Administration program. He has also served in many roles with the Illinois Hospital Association and on statewide boards and task forces to address hospital and healthcare issues. Dr. Schreiner has served as a Governor on ACHE’s Board of Governors and as a member of the American Hospital Association Small and Rural Governance Council. He completed his doctorate in values-driven leadership at Benedictine University. The title of his dissertation is What CEO Practices Help Rural Hospitals Engage Constituents in Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous Times? Dr. Schreiner is board certified in healthcare management as an ACHE Fellow.