Packnett, CEO of Parkview Health, is retiring

FORT WAYNE, Indiana (WANE) – The CEO of the region’s largest hospital network is retiring.

Mike Packnett, who has led Parkview Health for more than 16 years, will retire at the end of the year, Parkview announced Thursday.

Mike Packnett

Packnett has grown Parkview from 50 vendors and 6,300 employees to more than 1,000 vendors and 14,000 employees in 16 countries. During his tenure, Parkview expanded into Wabash, Kosciusko, and DeKalb counties, opened the Parkview Regional Medical Center, and added the Parkview Cancer Institute.

“Mike Packnett has served Parkview Health and the Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio region in the best way he can — for others,” said Dan Starr, CEO of Do it Best Corp. and Chair of the Parkview Health Board of Directors. “He is an incredibly humble and persuasive leader who has spent years cultivating a culture focused on providing compassionate care. He has also cultivated partnerships with numerous organizations in the area to improve community health and access to medical care as more people seek a Parkview experience.”

Parkview Health’s Board of Directors appointed Rick Henvey, the current President of Health Services, as CEO effective January 2023. Packnett, CEO of Parkview Health, is retiring

Dais Johnston

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