More Videos

Nothing Bundt Cakes opens in Fairview Heights 0:55

Nothing Bundt Cakes opens in Fairview Heights

Aviston Legion packed full before Queen of Hearts drawing 0:44

Aviston Legion packed full before Queen of Hearts drawing

Charges filed in Madison death 1:45

Charges filed in Madison death

Dewey's offers DewBrew charity beer to benefit local charities 0:43

Dewey's offers DewBrew charity beer to benefit local charities

O'Fallon officer teaches active shooter training 1:29

O'Fallon officer teaches active shooter training

McClasky Feed Co. is closed -- for now 1:14

McClasky Feed Co. is closed -- for now

Fatal DUI suspect leaves court 0:22

Fatal DUI suspect leaves court

Community has questions as superintendent retires in September 1:52

Community has questions as superintendent retires in September

Queen of Hearts raffles take Southern Illinois by storm 2:52

Queen of Hearts raffles take Southern Illinois by storm

Explaining Mascoutah's electrical upgrade project 1:46

Explaining Mascoutah's electrical upgrade project

  • Maryann Reese announced her resignation Monday

    St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Belleville will be getting a new leader. Current president and chief executive officer Maryann Reese announced her resignation Monday afternoon for a new job. Reese, who has been CEO of St. Elizabeth’s since January 2011, has accepted a new position as executive vice president and chief operating officer of Saint Francis Health System in Cape Girardeau, Mo. “I’ll be transitioning from CEO of a hospital to a broader role in charge of operations over the hospitals there; they have a long-term acute care hospital, they have some surgery centers, home-health hospice and then a physical enterprise as well,” Reese said. “It’s a great professional move for me. I’m really excited about it.” Reese’s last day will be July 30.

St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Belleville will be getting a new leader. Current president and chief executive officer Maryann Reese announced her resignation Monday afternoon for a new job. Reese, who has been CEO of St. Elizabeth’s since January 2011, has accepted a new position as executive vice president and chief operating officer of Saint Francis Health System in Cape Girardeau, Mo. “I’ll be transitioning from CEO of a hospital to a broader role in charge of operations over the hospitals there; they have a long-term acute care hospital, they have some surgery centers, home-health hospice and then a physical enterprise as well,” Reese said. “It’s a great professional move for me. I’m really excited about it.” Reese’s last day will be July 30.
St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Belleville will be getting a new leader. Current president and chief executive officer Maryann Reese announced her resignation Monday afternoon for a new job. Reese, who has been CEO of St. Elizabeth’s since January 2011, has accepted a new position as executive vice president and chief operating officer of Saint Francis Health System in Cape Girardeau, Mo. “I’ll be transitioning from CEO of a hospital to a broader role in charge of operations over the hospitals there; they have a long-term acute care hospital, they have some surgery centers, home-health hospice and then a physical enterprise as well,” Reese said. “It’s a great professional move for me. I’m really excited about it.” Reese’s last day will be July 30.

St. Elizabeth’s CEO resigns, accepts new job in Missouri

July 06, 2015 01:56 PM

UPDATED July 06, 2015 04:47 PM

More Videos

Nothing Bundt Cakes opens in Fairview Heights 0:55

Nothing Bundt Cakes opens in Fairview Heights

Aviston Legion packed full before Queen of Hearts drawing 0:44

Aviston Legion packed full before Queen of Hearts drawing

Charges filed in Madison death 1:45

Charges filed in Madison death

Dewey's offers DewBrew charity beer to benefit local charities 0:43

Dewey's offers DewBrew charity beer to benefit local charities

O'Fallon officer teaches active shooter training 1:29

O'Fallon officer teaches active shooter training

McClasky Feed Co. is closed -- for now 1:14

McClasky Feed Co. is closed -- for now

Fatal DUI suspect leaves court 0:22

Fatal DUI suspect leaves court

Community has questions as superintendent retires in September 1:52

Community has questions as superintendent retires in September

Queen of Hearts raffles take Southern Illinois by storm 2:52

Queen of Hearts raffles take Southern Illinois by storm

Explaining Mascoutah's electrical upgrade project 1:46

Explaining Mascoutah's electrical upgrade project

  • Nothing Bundt Cakes opens in Fairview Heights

    Aaron Fricke, owner of the new Nothing Bundt Cakes store in Fairview Heights, explains the Texas-based company's concept.