David L. Schreiner, FACHE
Katherine Shaw Bethea Hospital
403 E 1st St
Dixon, IL 61021-3187
Phone: (815) 285-5501
David L. Schreiner, FACHE, is president and CEO of Katherine Shaw Bethea Hospital in Dixon, Ill.
He also serves on the Board of Governors of the American College of Healthcare Executives, an international professional society of more than 48,000 healthcare executives who lead hospitals, healthcare systems and other healthcare organizations. With comprehensive programs in credentialing, education, career counseling, publications and research, ACHE works toward its goal of being the preeminent professional society for leaders dedicated to improving health.
Board certified in healthcare management as an ACHE Fellow, Mr. Schreiner served as the ACHE Regent for Illinois—Central, from 2010 to 2013. And in 2008, he served as president of the Central Illinois Chapter of ACHE. He has also served on ACHE committees.
Mr. Schreiner has served in his current position since 2010. He has worked for KSB since 1989, when he was hired as director of medical imaging in which he continued until 1995. He then served as a corporate consultant for one year before being promoted in 1996 to serve as vice president of corporate and community services. In 2007 Mr. Schreiner was promoted again to COO, serving in the role until he was named the organization's president and CEO. He also serves as an adjunct faculty member at St. Francis University in Joliet, Ill., teaching in the school's health services administration graduate program.
In addition to his service to ACHE, Mr. Schreiner serves on the Illinois Hospital Association Transforming Illinois Health Care Task Force, Illinois Compensation Trust board of directors (executive committee) and Sterling (Ill.) Federal Bank board of directors. He also is active in Legatus, an association of 4,000 Catholic business leaders, St. Anne Church in Dixon and Upsilon Phi Delta Healthcare Management Honor Society.
He received a master's degree in Health Services Administration from the University of St. Francis and a bachelor's degree in health education from Eastern Illinois University.