— Overland Park, KS – AdventHealth has named Jeff Prusia as Chief Financial Officer of AdventHealth South Overland Park. Prusia currently serves as the regional controller for the Mid-America Region of AdventHealth, which includes AdventHealth Shawnee Mission and AdventHealth Ottawa in Kansas and AdventHealth Durand in Wisconsin. Prior to his regional role, he held various leadership positions in finance at AdventHealth Shawnee Mission.
“I’m honored to have Jeff Prusia join the AdventHealth South Overland Park leadership team,” said Alan Verrill, MD, CEO of AdventHealth South Overland Park. “He has been integral to growing our footprint in the Mid-America Region over the past 10 years and we are fortunate to have his expertise as we prepare to open our full-service hospital in 2021.”
Prusia joined AdventHealth Shawnee Mission in 2010. As regional controller, he led the transition of the finance team to a regional structure, supporting three hospitals, numerous outpatient facilities and physician practices.
Prusia has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska, and a Master of Business Administration from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. He is currently completing AdventHealth’s Executive Leadership Program.
“I am honored to continue advancing our mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ at AdventHealth South Overland Park,” said Prusia. “We have an exciting year ahead as we prepare for our hospital’s grand opening and bring additional health care options to Johnson and Miami Counties.”
Prusia joins AdventHealth South Overland Park, located in the Bluhawk Development at 165th Street and Antioch. The campus opened in 2017 and currently includes a 24/7 emergency department, imaging, laboratory and a medical office building with primary care, physical therapy and physician specialties. In fall 2019, AdventHealth South Overland Park began construction on a 193,000 square-foot, 85-bed inpatient hospital that will include a new birth center, surgical services, intensive care unit, heart care and more. The expansion will generate approximately 200 full-time equivalent jobs. Construction is expected to be complete in late 2021.