"The fact that we have people working for Pitts Management as long as we have, speaks volumes! We have well seasoned consultants that have been in the firing line, which means we can take on our customers' issues without a worry." ~ David R. Pitts
Nelson E. Toebbe
Nelson E. Toebbe has over 30 years of significant experience as a healthcare administrator in highly competitive markets. He is an accomplished leader of large, complex organizations, and is most noted for a strong commitment to quality patient care, education and community service. His proven ability to enhance financial performance and orchestrate strategic planning initiatives, coupled with a detailed working knowledge of improving cost structure and medical utilization in advanced managed care environments, are among his core competencies. Mr. Toebbe has a successful track record in building clinical centers of excellence and developing integrated physician/hospital networks. As a resourceful negotiator who builds trust and collaboration among diverse constituents, he has a style and approach that is valuable in turnaround situations where there is tension for change, but complex navigation is required for implementing the needed actions.
Mr. Toebbe has served as President, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, and Hospital Director at several not-for-profit hospital systems, including large (over 500 beds) teaching hospitals, across several regions and in a variety of advanced managed care markets. Board certified in Healthcare Management and a Diplomat in the American College of Healthcare Executives, Mr. Toebbe is also a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Air Fore Reserve Medical Service Corps.
Mr. Toebbe holds a Master of Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Louisville. Mr. Toebbe has also completed several executive graduate programs, including The Kaiser Permanente Executive Program at Stanford University; Health Systems Management at Harvard University; and Health Policy, Planning and Analysis at Harvard University's Graduate School of Public Health.