Tyler Toline said his goal 16 years ago was to become a doctor. So much so that after earning a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Nebraska, he returned to school and completed 40 hours of pre-med classes and was accepted to medical school.
Then, life happened.
“We found out my wife was pregnant, and I realized going to medical school wasn’t going to work for me,” Toline said. “So I went back and earned by master’s degree in hospital administration and it has been divine providence.”
It was a decision that ultimately led to Toline being chosen as the new President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Franciscan Care Services, Inc. in West Point. Monday was the start of his second week at that job, one that Toline says he’s fortunate to have.
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