Pullman Regional Hospital launches CEO search

Scott Adams has been CEO for 30 years, will retire in December



PRH CEO Scott Adams is set to retire in December. He will stay on for six months in an advisory role once a replacement has been named.

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor

Pullman Regional Hospital launched a search this week for a Chief Executive Officer to replace Scott Adams, who is set to retire in December. 

PRH is accepting applications until the end of December, according to a PRH press release

Adams will serve in an advisory role for six months after a new CEO is hired, according to the press release. 

PRH’s Board of Commissioners will form a selection committee comprised of board members, physicians and other hospital employees, according to the press release. Members of the community will have time to meet CEO candidates and offer feedback to the selection committee.

Adams has served as CEO for 30 years, according to the press release.