MCH Board of Trustees Announces New Chief Executive Officer

Cynthia K. McGuire, FACHE will begin in February


Peterborough – Monadnock Community Hospital’s Board of Trustees today announced that Cynthia K. McGuire, FACHE has been selected as the next President and CEO of Monadnock Community Hospital. Cynthia comes to MCH from Adirondack Health, a $90M network of rural facilities where, as Chief Operating Officer, she is responsible for leading all clinical inpatient and outpatient ancillary support services.

“Cynthia will begin her role with MCH in February. She has a track record of success that demonstrates she is the right person to lead our Hospital for the next chapter in our 90 year history, at a time when health care is undergoing unprecedented change. She is an innovative and proven leader who values collaboration and team building,” said Bob Edwards, Chair of MCH Board of Trustees. “All of the members of our Board and Executive Search Committee were highly impressed with her throughout her interview process in a search process that began in June. I am confident she will lead the organization with the unique combination of courage and compassion needed in today’s healthcare field.”

“This is an exciting time for MCH,” said current CEO Peter Gosline. “Cynthia comes to MCH with 25 years experience in health care, including numerous administrative leadership roles. She shares MCH’s commitment to quality and innovative management. I am confident she will advance our mission to improve the health and well-being of our community.”

Previously, Cynthia successfully served as a Vice President at Ellis Hospital, Schenectady, NY and St. Clare’s Hospital, also in Schenectady. Cynthia received her Master of Science Health Services Administration from Sage Graduate School in Troy, NY and is a Fellow with the American College of Health Care Executives.