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David L. Schreiner, FACHE


Katherine Shaw Bethea Hospital

David Schreiner is president/CEO of Katherine Shaw Bethea Hospital in Dixon, Ill. He has been with KSB Hospital since 1989. He served in the roles of director of medical imaging, vice president of corporate and community services, and COO before his appointment to the president/CEO position in 2011. KSB Hospital is an 80-bed, acute care facility offering a variety of ancillary services, providing numerous programs that reflect its desire to promote the overall health and wellness of its patients. The hospital employs more than 70 physicians and has a Family Medicine Residency Program with the University of Illinois.

Mr. Schreiner has served as ACHE Regent for Central Illinois and served on ACHE’s Board of Governors. He received his master’s degree in health services administration from the University of St. Francis, a master’s degree in values-driven leadership from Benedictine University and a bachelor’s degree in health education from Eastern Illinois University. Mr. Schreiner currently is a doctoral student in values-driven leadership at Benedictine University. He is active in leadership positions with both the American Hospital Association and the Illinois Hospital Association, and he has taught in the Health Services Administration Graduate Program for the University of St. Francis.

Mr. Schreiner was named the 2007 Dixon Citizen of the Year. He has finished 10 marathons, including the Boston Marathon, and he became an Ironman in 2005 by competing in Ironman Wisconsin. He is board certified in healthcare management as an ACHE Fellow.


Leadership Insights: The Healthcare Workforce of the Future

Presented by David L. Schreiner, FACHE, Ghazala Sharieff, MD, FACHE, Kadesha Thomas Smith, Kevin B. Mahoney, DBA at 3:45 PM on Monday, March 22nd.

From front-line providers to C-suite executives, the healthcare workforce has been challenged immensely over the past year. Hospital and health system leaders are facing growing provider shortages along with a workforce that is at a highly increased risk of burnout and mental health challenges. At the same time, some systems have implemented a variety of…