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The Billings Clinic-Logan Health system Board of Directors has accepted the resignation of its system chief executive officer, Dr. Craig Lambrecht. Dr. Clint Seger, who currently serves as the system Chief Physician Executive and CEO of Billings Clinic, will become co-CEO for the system in partnership with Kevin Abel, President of Logan Health Medical Center and Logan Health Whitefish.

Kevin Abel has over 25 years of health care leadership serving in the CEO role and as a leader in health care finance with credentials as a Certified Public Accountant. He has been serving as President of Logan Health Medical Center and Logan Health Whitefish. Prior to this role, he was the CEO of Logan Health Whitefish, formerly North Valley Hospital. Dr. Seger is a board-certified family medicine physician who has been with Billings Clinic for 16 years, serving first as a family medicine physician and hospitalist, then serving as Billings Clinic’s Regional Chief Medical Officer before being named as the CEO of Billings Clinic and then the Chief Physician Executive of the combined health system.

In a letter announcing his resignation, Dr. Lambrecht expressed confidence in the future of Logan Health and Billings Clinic. “It has been my distinct privilege to work with staff in service to patients and their families. Both Logan Health and Billings Clinic have strong roots across this region,” Lambrecht said. “As I enter my next chapter, I do not know exactly which pathway I will settle on.  I will always remember how invaluable many of the relationships were to me personally.”

Board members Craig Bartholomew of Billings and Michael Goguen of Whitefish spoke for the board, saying, “We thank Dr. Lambrecht for his role in bringing our two organizations together. Our unified health system will serve the needs of our patients, our staff and our communities across Montana and Wyoming for decades to come. We have much work ahead of us. We are focusing on the strategic benefits of creating an integrated health system, along with working to gain efficiencies to enhance financial performance.”

About Billings Clinic-Logan Health

Billings Clinic and Logan Health are united as one not-for-profit, Montana-based, independent health care system focused on keeping patients and families close to home and connecting care in communities throughout the region. The unified health system serves an area that includes Montana, northern Wyoming and the western Dakotas. It includes nine fully integrated hospitals and more than 20 regional partnerships with critical access hospitals and clinics. The system is governed by a board of community members and medical professionals. More than 9,000 employees, including 1,200 physicians and advanced practice providers practicing in 80 specialties, work together to provide patients and their families with a positive, proactive, patient-centered experience through innovative and effective approaches to high quality, safe health care. The health care system has deep commitments to complex care, local access, innovation and health care education. By uniting the two organizations, each of which have served Montana and the surrounding region for more than 100 years, Billings Clinic and Logan Health are better together and better positioned to adapt to the rapidly changing health care environment, with a commitment to sustaining and growing services to meet the needs of Montana and Wyoming families.