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Jan 10, 2017

Leslie Marsh is the CEO of Lexington Regional Health Center, a critical access hospital in Lexington, Nebraska. Under Leslie’s leadership, Lexington Regional Health Center has expanded services and won numerous national awards for quality and patient satisfaction. She has led the hospital through many changes, including the addition of urgent care and family medicine clinics.

I think that leaders must model the way, and they have to drive change.”

Leslie is a Registered Nurse with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business, a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and in Management and Health Policy from Yale University. In 2015, she was awarded the 2015 Nebraska Rural Health Achievement in Excellence and was also recognized as one of 130 “Women to Know in Hospital and Health Systems” by Becker’s Hospital Review.

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