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April Myers

SVP Post-Acute Operations

April Myers is Senior Vice President of Post-Acute Operations. She has operational oversight for all owned CHC ContinueCARE long term acute care hospitals (LTACHs). Prior to joining CHC, April was Market Chief Executive Officer for Kindred Hospitals La Mirada, San Gabriel Valley, and Santa Ana, California. She brings over 20 years of experience to the team.

During her earlier years with Kindred Hospitals, April served as Chief Executive Officer of the La Mirada Hospital; Resource Chief Executive Officer of Kindred Healthcare’s Southern California District; Market Chief Executive Officer for Kindred Hospitals Louisville, Kentucky; and Chief Executive Officer for Kindred Hospital Denver and Brea.

She first began her specialty hospital career with Wichita Falls Rehabilitation Hospital as a Community Educator and Managed Care Specialist before being promoted to Director of Marketing. She worked for Summit Hospital of North Louisiana as Director of Business Development, and later became the Chief Executive Officer/Administrator for their facility in West Monroe, Louisiana.

April has served in Board Member roles for the United Hospital Association and the American Lung Association. She is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and recently earned her FACHE certification. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas and a Master of Business Administration from Louisiana State University in Shreveport, Louisiana.


LTACHs Commit to Excellence

LTACHs play a unique and very important role in the patient journey, as they serve patients with medically complex conditions, particularly those suffering from multi-system complications who need extended recovery times—a hospital stay often 25 days or more. After care in an LTACH, many patients transition to acute rehab, a skilled nursing facility, or home.

Managing Patient Overflow during COVID-19

LTACHs are always valuable, but they stood out during the pandemic in a few key ways. One was by helping manage patient overflow from other hospitals. When the government lifted...

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