Press Release: Four County Announces the Appointment of New Chief Clinical Officer
March 12, 2020
FOUR COUNTY ASSOCIATE TAKES ON NEW ROLE AS CHIEF CLINICAL OFFICER
March 12, 2020 (Logansport, IN) - Four County is proud to announce one of it's own, Nicole Hiatt-Drang, as the New Chief Clinical Officer. Nicole currently serves as the Vice President of the Northern Region and has a strong track record of advancing our clinical care here at Four County since she joined in 2015.
As Nicole steps into the role of the Chief Clinical Officer, she will be clinically, strategically, administratively and programmatically responsible for the services provided by all the clinical departments at Four County namely Outpatient (including Addiction Recovery), Community-Based Services, Adult Intensive Services/Residential, School-Based, and the Acute Care Unit. The Chief Clinical Officer serves as a primary clinical voice within the organization driving
advancement and evolution in our models of care, consumer experience, and clinical quality outcomes. This position is responsible to ensure the supervision and alignment of regional operations with the goals, priorities, and strategic plan of the Center.
"The Chief Clinical Officer will champion our two core care values in services: Better Care and Better Together," stated Dr. Carrie Cadwall, President/Chief Executive Officer of Four County. "Nicole exemplifies in her daily behavior our work culture values of Be Kind, Speak Up, Own It, and Be Agile and will continue to do so in her new role."