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Community Health Network President, CEO Bryan Mills tests positive for COVID-19

For release on March 23, 2020

Indianapolis—Community Health Network announced its president and chief executive officer Bryan Mills tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Bryan Mills, Community Health Network CEOMills, who was symptomatic and subsequently tested, learned of his diagnosis over the weekend and informed Community’s 16,000 employees in an email Monday.

Mills is in quarantine but still actively involved in leading and planning Community’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. He continues to participate in meetings remotely, receive updates and lead key decision-making processes. If necessary, there are plans to delegate his responsibilities to other leaders within the organization.

Community Health Network has been at the forefront of the pandemic response, working with state and local health departments and other health systems to help prevent the spread of the virus.

In the email to employees Mills said, “I am as awed as ever by the dedication of our caregivers, stepping up to the ongoing challenge of this pandemic with compassion, courage, and innovation.”

Anyone with concerns or questions about symptoms or exposure should call 317-621-2727.

Contact: Kris Kirschner, kkirschner@eCommunity.com, 317.621.7073

About Community Health Network
Headquartered in Indianapolis, Community Health Network has been deeply committed to the communities it serves since opening its first hospital, Community Hospital East, in 1956. Now with more than 16,000 caregivers and 200 sites of care, Community Health Network puts patients first while offering a full continuum of healthcare services, world-class innovations and a new focus on population health management. Exceptional care, simply delivered, is what sets Community Health Network apart and what makes it a leading not-for-profit healthcare destination in central Indiana. For more information about Community Health Network, please visit eCommunity.com.

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