Upon the retirement of Bonnie Kosch, Boone County Health Center (BCHC) appointed Tammy Reigle as the new Vice President of Clinic Services. Kosch served BCHC for 13 years and is looking forward to more time with her children and grandchildren in retirement.
“Bonnie was an excellent supervisor,” said CEO Victor Lee. “I’m confident Tammy’s positive attitude and vast knowledge base will make for a smooth transition into her new role as Vice President of Clinic Services.”
Reigle has a Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Informatics from Western Governors University. She joined BCHC in 1993 as a medical assistant. Over the years, she has worked as a receptionist, in patient accounting, transcription, and as a clinical nurse.
In 2011, Reigle became the project manager for the entire facility’s transition to electronic medical records. Since then, she has served as project manager for several projects focused on quality measures, most recently including the Patient Centered Medical Home.
Reigle is known for her incredible ability to handle a large work load with a smile. She is the 2015 Caring Kind Award recipient at BCHC, and is well-loved by her fellow employees. Due to her vast knowledge and years of experience, Reigle is the go-to person for a variety of computer and operational workflow questions throughout BCHC. Many of her project management tasks will stay with her as she transitions into her role as Vice President of Clinic Services.
“I’m looking forward to this new and exciting way to serve Boone County Health Center. It’s a wonderful place to work, and I’m grateful to be a part of the team,” Reigle said. She and her husband live in Albion and have four children and two grandchildren