Mercy Health-Cincinnati, which operates five hospitals in the region, has named Jon Labbe president of its foundation.
The foundation, which raised more than $5 million in 2016, helps cover the cost of the nonprofit programs and facilities of Mercy Health-Cincinnati, including hospitals and a senior living facility. The emphasis is on helping those who are poor or underserved.
Labbe joined Mercy Health as a director of operations for the foundation in 2014. He reports to Mike Garfield, CEO of Mercy Health-Cincinnati.
“I’ve seen firsthand his enthusiasm for our region and his commitment to achieving the foundation’s goals to advance clinical care, improve access to care and build healthier communities,” Garfield said.
Mercy Health operates hospitals under that name in Anderson Township, Green Township, Fairfield and Clermont County’s Batavia Township as well as Jewish Hospital in Kenwood. Mercy Health-West Park in Westwood provides residential care for seniors as well as nursing care and rehabilitation.
Previously, Labbe spent 12 years with the American Heart Association, most recently as a vice president with responsibility for the youth market program.
Labbe received a bachelor’s degree in education and human development from Bowling Green State University in Ohio in 2001.
He lives in Deerfield Township with his wife and two daughters.
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