MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- The board of directors of WVU Medicine University Healthcare, which includes Berkeley Medical Center in Martinsburg and Jefferson Medical Center in Ranson, recently elected officers for 2018 and announced the appointment of a new board member.
Jim Rogers was appointed as the labor representative to serve a three-year term on the University Healthcare board. He is currently employed by the United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW) as an international representative. Rogers, a lifelong resident of Martinsburg, has held this position since 2001.
The 15-member WVU Medicine University Healthcare board includes representatives from Berkeley and Jefferson counties. Board officers elected for a one-year term include Richard “Rick” Pill, chairman; David DeJarnett, vice chairman; Betty Gunnoe, secretary; and Terry Hess, treasurer.
WVU Medicine University Healthcare is a regional not-for-profit healthcare delivery system serving West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle and is a member of WVU Medicine, the state’s largest healthcare network.