Mary Wilson Trider, President and CEO of the Mississippi River Health Alliance, plans to step down in spring 2024. The process to recruit a new President and CEO is now underway.
Allied Boards Chair Lyman Gardiner noted that Trider’s accomplishments over the years are numerous.
“First and foremost, thank you to Mary for her stellar leadership over 13 years with the Almonte General Hospital, Fairview Manor and Lanark County Paramedic Service, and more than seven years with the Carleton Place & District Memorial Hospital,” said Gardiner.
“Her leadership has supported and guided the creation and development of the Mississippi River Health Alliance, which provides patients, residents, and families with the very best health care close to home. We are grateful for her dedication to the organizations, and to those we serve.”
The Board has enlisted Jon Stungevicius of Waterhouse Executive Search to conduct a national search for the next President and CEO.
“Over the next several months, Mary will continue to lead the organizations and support key initiatives underway such as the new CT Scanner in Almonte and the redevelopment of the Emergency Department in Carleton Place,” Gardiner added.