Larry Kahl is leaving his position as Chief Operating Officer at Grays Harbor Community Hospital.
In an email sent out to staff on Friday, CEO Tom Jensen said “It is with mixed feelings that I announce Larry Kahl’s resignation, effective April 6th, 2018, after having accepted a position with a hospital in Oregon.”
Jensen went on to detail Kahl’s career with the hospital, which began in 2004. “Larry began his career with the organization in 2004, as the Eastcenter Chemical Dependency Unit Director (now known as HarborCrest). In 2007, Larry was hired into the VP of Support Services role, which in 2009 evolved into the VP of Operations.”
For any who know Larry, he will always be remembered for his spirit of optimism and kindness toward all he comes in contact, as well as his commitment and dedication to the organization. Larry instrumentally participated in the Hospital assuming full ownership of Grays Harbor Imaging, facilitated oversight of numerous hospital and departmental projects, and has managed many leadership changes within the Operations Division. In addition, he has represented the Hospital in his service on several community boards and civic groups.
Please join me in thanking Larry for his contributions and respectfully wishing him only the best success in his future endeavor.
Jensen did not say what position Kahl was taking in Oregon. Kahl was not available for comment.