Diebold Named Information Technology Director of Hood Memorial Hospital
February 10, 2021
June 30, 2021
[AMITE, La.] – Timothy Diebold has been named information technology director of Hood Memorial Hospital in Amite.
“We are fortunate to have Tim join our leadership team,” asserts Mike Whittington, chief executive officer of Hood Memorial Hospital. “His broad knowledge of healthcare technology and proven track record in customer service will greatly benefit our organization.”
As information technology director, Diebold will oversee the security, management and maintenance of Hood Memorial Hospital and Amite Rural Health Clinic’s information technology infrastructure. He is certified as an information technology support professional through Google and as a computer services technician with an A+ rating through the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). CompTIA certification is the industry standard for establishing a career in the information technology field.
Diebold brings 15 years of applicable experience to his new role. For the past five years, he has served as a top-tier service desk analyst for North Oaks Health System in Hammond. Prior experience also includes eight years as an information technology services team lead for EMCO Technologies, based in Baton Rouge, and two years as a help desk field services manager for Barrister Global Services Network, Inc., based in Hammond.
He is a past board member and secretary for the Tangipahoa Charter School Association.
Visit www.hoodmemorial.com/careers to learn more about and apply for employment opportunities with Hood Memorial Hospital and Amite Rural Health Clinic. You also may call (985) 748-9485.
About Hood Memorial Hospital
Hood Memorial Hospital is an acute and specialty care hospital that exists to provide premium quality healthcare services to residents and visitors of the tri-parish area of Tangipahoa, St. Helena and Washington. Hood also offers outpatient and diagnostic services, as well as preventive, primary and urgent care for patients of all ages through its Amite Rural Health Clinic. Both the hospital and clinic share the same mission and goal of providing the highest level of care affordable and incorporating empathy, compassion and a hometown approach to those served.