About Us

Bruce Hagen

About Us

Bruce Hagen

Meet Bruce Hagen

President, OhioHealth Region

Mr. Hagen leads operations and strategy for the Regional Ohio Market including OhioHealth Berger Hospital, OhioHealth Hardin Memorial Hospital, OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital, OhioHealth Marion General Hospital, OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital and OhioHealth Shelby Hospital. He continuously works with these communities to develop strong cultures and build relationships with associates and physicians. His past roles in the OhioHealth system have fully prepared him for the challenges of developing strategic direction and future development for the regional communities we serve.

Previously, he served as president of Riverside Methodist, the flagship hospital for OhioHealth. Riverside Methodist has received numerous awards and recognition, including Nursing Magnet Status, U.S. News & World Report’s America's Best Hospitals, Solucient "100 Top Hospitals," Joint Commission disease specific certification and 12 consecutive consumer choice awards.

Following his tenure as president of Riverside Methodist, Bruce oversaw the operations of both OhioHealth Dublin Methodist Hospital and OhioHealth Grady Memorial Hospital, coordinating strategic direction in the northern area of Columbus with Riverside Methodist Hospital and other OhioHealth entities. He continued to expand his expertise in the north central region as president of Marion General Hospital, and then as the market leader for the north region of OhioHealth’s service area overseeing Marion General, Hardin Memorial, Mansfield and Shelby hospitals.

He received a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire and a master's degree in Business from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. He is a fellow in the American College of Health Care Executives.

Bruce has more than 30 years of experience in healthcare. Prior to joining Riverside Methodist in 2003, he was executive vice president, hospitals/chief operating officer for Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he was responsible for day-to-day operations of the Blodgett and Butterworth campuses, as well as DeVos Children's Hospital.

He began his career at Wausau Hospital Center in Wausau, Wisconsin, serving in various administrative roles including assistant vice president and interim CEO.