Maggie Gill, the Backbone of Memorial Health Hospital in Savana, Georgia

Maggie Gill is the President and CEO of Memorial Health Hospital, a non-profit organization in Savana Georgia. She attended Florida State University where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree, She got her MBA at the Saint Leo University, also in Florida and went to Wharton School of Business to complete her course work in strategic thinking and management.

Outside of her job, her most important job is her family and being a mommy to a 10-year-old boy and an 8-year-old girl. The family likes to hike and fish and fortunately Savana provides great weekend activities for them to take advantage of. If it is possible and her time allows they also like to travel several times a year as a family unit.

Before Maggie became affiliated with Memorial Health she was the chief financial officer at Tenet South Florida Health System. During her career with Tenet, she worked at Palmetto General Hospital in Hialeah, Florida, Coral Gables Hospital in Coral Gables, Florida, and the North Shore Medical Center in Miami, Florida.

Maggie Gill is a very busy woman as she provides the leadership, at Memorial University Medical Center, to the vice presidents, senior vice presidents, and the physician leaders. Along with this she is also responsible for physician’s relations, internal audits, government relations, the orthopedic, the Heart & Vascular Institute, neuroscience programs, financial assistance, trauma services, communications, perioperative services and finally facilities management

In 2016, Maggie Gill was named by the Beckers Hospital Review, as one of their 2016 “135 Nonprofit Hospital and Health System CEO’s to know.” She was also included in their list of” 130 Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know”.

She has been the leader in initiatives like the development of new Physician-led Centers of Excellence, the construction of new facilities and the expansion of their clinical services.

Along with all of her other duties, she is a member of the American Hospital Association Governing Council, and in 2014, she was appointed to the Georgia Rural Health Stabilization Committee. She serves on the Board of Governors for Mercer University School of Medicine, the Board of Trustees for the Georgia Hospital Association, and the State Medicaid Subcommittee on Medicaid expansion.