Gregory Britton, Beloit Health System President and CEO, recently announced the leadership promotion of Timothy McKevett, from Senior Vice President to President. McKevett will take over the operational responsibilities for Britton, who will retain the title of Chief Executive Officer for the Health System. As CEO, he will continue his focus on Board of Trustees leadership and strengthening governance processes.
McKevett has been employed by Beloit Health System since 1985, when he served as an Administrative Intern while a Beloit College undergraduate student. He received his degree in Economics and Management from Beloit College and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wisconsin. In addition, McKevett recently completed the Advanced Executive Program at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
"Tim’s promotion to President is a reflection of his progressive and effective leadership," announces Britton. "He has been involved in almost all areas of operation over his career and accomplished excellent outcomes." In his career at the Health System, most recently as Senior Vice President, McKevett has been instrumental in developing the Health System into a financially strong, innovative independent healthcare provider.
He and his wife, Lisa, live in the city of Beloit and have both been involved in the community along with their three sons. Tim has served as the Chairman of the Greater Beloit Chamber of Commerce; Community Campaign Chairman of the Stateline United Way; and currently serves on the Boards of the: Stateline Boys and Girls Club, Rock County 5.0, Beloit Snappers and Our Lady of Assumption Catholic Church (Finance Council).
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