Tony Linkmeyer, MHA, FACHE, has been named vice president and chief operating officer at Wyandot Memorial Hospital.
Linkmeyer is responsible for the management of ancillary patient care departments at WMH, as well as expansion of services and facilities. He fills the vacancy left by former COO Ty Shaull when Shaull was promoted to President and CEO.
Prior to joining WMH, Linkmeyer was the chief ancillary services officer at Pella Regional Health Center in Pella, Iowa, and the administrative director of imaging services and domestic preparedness coordinator at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Sidney, Ohio. He also worked in Dayton as the administrative manager of imaging services at Franciscan Medical Center and the team director of imaging services at St. Elizabeth Medical Center.
Linkmeyer earned an Associate Degree of Science in nuclear medicine technology from Xavier University, and holds both a Master’s of Health Administration and Bachelor’s of Science from Kennedy Western University. He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and certified as a lean healthcare practitioner.
Linkmeyer and his wife Victoria reside in Upper Sandusky. They have five children and one grandchild.
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.