Emily Mintner

Emily Mintner, Citrus Memorial Hospital Assistant Administrator.

Citrus Memorial Hospital recently announced the appointment of Emily Mintner, DPT, MBA, CSCS, as assistant administrator.

Mintner has been with Citrus Memorial Hospital for 11 years, serving most recently as the director of Rehab and Outpatient Therapies. In this role she oversaw rehabilitation, cardiopulmonary, wound care and outpatient behavioral health services. She is a recipient of the Citrus County Chronicle Healthcare Humanitarian Award and was named a Frist Humanitarian Award winner for her work with the Wil-Power Foundation.

The role of the assistant administrator is to plan, execute and finalize projects according to the hospital’s strategic plan.

“One of Emily’s latest accomplishments has been to open Citrus County’s first outpatient behavioral health center, offering intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization services. Through this process, she oversaw the construction of the center and facilitated the center’s first Joint Commission survey,” said Citrus Memorial COO Josh Moore. “As assistant administrator, Emily will take on additional projects, departments and roles, allowing for continued growth in her career.”

She holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sports Sciences from the University of Florida, Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, and Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Healthcare Administration.

About Citrus Memorial Hospital

Celebrating more than a 60-year history of healing, Citrus Memorial Hospital is the leading provider of health care in Citrus County and the surrounding area. More than 150 physicians and 1,000 employees at the 204-bed acute care hospital offer a wide range of services including 24-hour emergency room care, cardiovascular and thoracic surgery, orthopedic and spine surgery, and women’s services. Citrus Memorial is fully accredited by the Joint Commission and is fully licensed by the state of Florida.

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