Dicus-Johnson named president of Central Market for Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare

Special to The Freeman

Jan. 9, 2014

Coreen Dicus-Johnson  
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GLENDALE – Coreen Dicus-Johnson has been named president of Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare’s Central Market, which includes Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – Franklin and St. Francis; Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital; and Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group in the Central Market.

According to a company announcement, she started the position Monday, the untimely death of Dan Mattes in November.

Dicus-Johnson most recently served as senior vice president of physician and revenue operations for Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare where she led Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group operations, revenue cycle operations in southeast Wisconsin, negotiated and managed payer contracts and relations; and participated in the formation and growth of Quality Health Solutions. She will continue to serve on the board and committees of QHS in her new role, according to the announcement.

Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare is a Catholic, not-for-profit organization with more than 100 sites in Wisconsin, Iowa, and Illinois including 15 hospital campuses, three transitional and extended care facilities, two home health agencies, more than 3,500 physicians, 70 clinic sites with approximately 600 employed physicians and approximately 17,000 associates. Corporate services offices are located in Wheaton, Ill., and Glendale.

For more information, go to www.mywheaton.org.