BRUNSWICK, Georgia: May 13, 2011–The Georgia-Coastal Plains Region
of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), recently presented
Marjorie A. Mathieu, RPh, MBA, FACHE, vice president, Southeast Georgia
Health System, the Senior-Level Healthcare Executive Award.
The Coastal Plains Region of ACHE encompasses most of Georgia from the
city of Macon east and south. Each year the Region presents the award
to a senior-level healthcare executive who has demonstrated outstanding
leadership by contributing to the development of others in the healthcare
profession, as well as being a positive influence in his or her community.
“I cannot think of anyone more deserving of this award than Marjorie,”
says Gary R. Colberg, FACHE, president and CEO, Southeast Georgia Health
System. “As the vice president who oversees the management of all
of our facilities, construction, safety/security and more, she provides
invaluable leadership, guidance and vision for our entire Health System
team as we continue to improve and expand our services to better serve
our community. We are incredibly fortunate to have someone of her caliber
as a member of our senior leadership.”
She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy from West Virginia
University in Morgantown and later went on to earn her MBA there with
an emphasis on management and marketing. Mathieu, a graduate of Leadership
Glynn, is president of the Marshes of Glynn St. Simons Island Rotary Club.
She is also a member of the Brunswick Downtown Development Authority and
the Board of the American Red Cross.
ACHE is an international professional society of more than 30,000 healthcare
executives who lead hospitals, healthcare systems and other healthcare
organizations. ACHE is known for its prestigious credentialing and educational
programs and its annual Congress on Healthcare Leadership, which draws
more than 4,500 participants each year.