Bieber to Become VP of Northern Region Strategy
Bellin veteran takes on role as area grows in importance
Bellin Health Surgical Services Director Julie Bieber has been named Vice President of Northern Region Strategy, effective Oct. 1.
Incoming Bellin Health President and CEO Chris Woleske recently announced the change, which is part of a new service delivery structure for the organization. Bieber has been with Bellin for more than 20 years and has served in her current role since 2012.
“Bellin’s growing northern region is an area of incredible importance, and we know Julie has the knowledge, experience and skill to execute a comprehensive strategy for our facilities there,” Woleske said. “The result will be an improved experience for providers, staff — and most importantly, our patients.”
Bieber will work closely with Laura Cormier, the incoming CEO of Bellin Health Oconto Hospital, to develop and implement the northern region strategy. She’s laying the groundwork now for her upcoming transition.
“While we already have a strong Bellin presence, we intend to continue to improve the health of the population in this region,” Bieber said. “I will be focused on connecting the right Bellin resources in the right way.”
Bellin’s northern region includes Bellin Health Oconto Hospital and Clinic, the Marinette Ambulatory Surgery Center and Bellin Health clinics in Marinette, Peshtigo, Crivitz, Lakewood, Daggett, Oconto Falls, Suring and Menominee, Escanaba and Iron Mountain, Mich.
A graduate of Coleman High School, Bieber holds a Surgical Technician Associate Degree from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, a Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Administration from Concordia University and a Masters of Health Care Administration from the University of Phoenix. She began her career with Bellin in 1990 and has spent nearly 25 non-consecutive years with the health system.