Ty Shaull, MBA, has been promoted to President and Chief Executive Officer at Wyandot Memorial Hospital.
Shaull has worked as the hospital’s chief operating officer since 1998, with lead roles in patient care and safety, provider recruitment and retention, and program and business development. He joined WMH as the director of respiratory in 1992, and accepted additional responsibilities for cardiology and radiology in 1995.
Prior work experience includes management of the respiratory and cardiology departments at Berger Hospital in Circleville and Southern Ohio Medical Center in Portsmouth. He was employed as a respiratory therapist at Amherst Hospital, the Ohio State University Medical Center and Grant Medical Center, where the job required respiratory management of trauma patients transported by LifeFlight.
Originally from Fremont, Shaull received a diploma and certification in respiratory care at Columbus State Community College. He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Mount Vernon Nazarene University and Master of Business Administration from Tiffin University. He has since served as an adjunct instructor at both institutions for accounting, finance, statistics, organizational theory and behavior and action research.
Shaull is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on three boards: Hospice of Wyandot County (current president), Ohio State Health Network and Wyandot Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Shaull and his wife Jodi, a substitute teacher for area schools, live in Upper Sandusky. They have two adult daughters, Corinne Boes and Lauren Shaull, and two granddaughters.
Shaull replaces former WMH CEO Joe D’Ettorre, who retired at the end of 2017 after working more than 40 years in the healthcare field.
Wyandot Memorial Hospital is a full-service community hospital in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, serving the residents of Wyandot County and surrounding areas. It opened in 1950 as the county’s only hospital, and continues the long-standing tradition of serving friends and neighbors with exceptional care and exceptional service … every patient, every time.