CEO and President of Blanchard Valley Health System (BVHS) Scott Malaney has been nominated and selected to receive the Ohio Hospital Association’s 2019 James R. Castle Distinguished Service Award. The award honors Malaney as an individual whose professional attainments embody qualities of an outstanding leader and mentor for service to the community.
Malaney will be presented with this award at the Ohio Hospital Association 2019 Annual Meeting & Education Summit on June 4 in Columbus, Ohio.
“On behalf of the more than 3,000 women and men of BVHS, I am very pleased to receive this Distinguished Service Award,” said Malaney. “I hold Jim Castle, for whom the award is named, and last year’s award winner, Phil Ennen, in such high regard. It is a terrific honor to have my name associated with theirs.”
Malaney has been the CEO and president of BVHS since October 2000. In his time at BVHS, Malaney has overseen the building of Donnell Patient Pavilion at Blanchard Valley Hospital, the development of Birchaven Retirement Village and more. Divisions of BVHS have earned numerous awards during his tenure, such as Blanchard Valley Hospital named a “100 Top Hospital” by IBM Watson six times and Birchaven Village named a “Best Nursing Home” by U.S. News & World Report four times.
For more information about Malaney and BVHS, visit bvhealthsystem.org.