named on list
WATERLOO – Pam Delagardelle UnityPoint Health-Waterloo president and CEO was recognized by Becker’s Healthcare on its list of Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know.
Since July 1, 2016, UnityPoint Health-Waterloo has:
Opened UnityPoint Health-Allen Hospital Center for Urology.
Opened UnityPoint Health-Allen Hospital cancer center.
Opened UnityPoint Health-Prairie Parkway, a 90,000-square-foot outpatient facility housing family medicine, OB/GYN, pediatrics, urgent care, other specialty providers, lab, imaging and pharmacy.
Acquired UnityPoint Health-Marshalltown, which includes a hospital, outpatient medical park and four primary care clinics.
Opened two new urgent care locations.
The Gilbertville native started her career as a nurse, then moved into administration and rose through the health care ranks in the Cedar Valley. She was the president and CEO of Grundy County Memorial Hospital from 2003-2013, where she increased the workforce from 90 to 220 employees to accommodate growth in business and market share.
names top role
RICEVILLE — Eric Stahr of Decorah has been named the new administrator of Riceville Family Care and Therapy Center.
Stahr, a 1987 graduate of West Union High School and Upper Iowa University, began his new position in mid-September.
For a few years, Stahr owned and operated three small businesses.
New barber shop
set in Waterloo
WATERLOO — Elk Run Heights native Jordan Finger and his business partner, Chris Krause, are bringing the success of their Cedar Rapids barber shop to downtown Waterloo. The two are opening Five Seasons Hair and Beard Studio at 626 Sycamore St., next to Rodney’s Kitchen.
The grand opening is Tuesday, where they will be doing free haircuts all week.
Hours for the shop at 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays.