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Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network Names Frank Hyland, MSPT, Executive Director

June 14, 2016

Frank Hyland, MSPT, has been named Executive Director of Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network. Frank has been the vice president of Rehabilitation Services, and administrator, Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital, since 2001. He has served in a variety of clinical and administrative roles since joining the organization in 1981 and has been instrumental in developing Good Shepherd’s nationally recognized, leading-edge clinical programs.

Frank received his bachelor’s degree in biology from Bates College, a certificate in physical therapy from the University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in health and human resource administration from the University of Scranton.

“With more than 35 years of compassionate and steadfast service, Frank Hyland is highly-respected by Good Shepherd’s Associates, patients, residents and the community,” says John Kristel, MBA, MPT, Good Shepherd president & CEO. “He is a leader in our industry, consistently introducing new technological and therapeutic advancements in rehabilitation. Frank’s expertise and innovative approach to rehabilitation have helped Good Shepherd to become an international destination for recovery for those with catastrophic conditions.”

In 2015, Frank was awarded the Healthcare Heroes Lifetime Achievement Award from Lehigh Valley Business for his significant contributions to improving health care in the Lehigh Valley community.

In his elevated role, Frank will continue to serve as administrator of Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital. He will assume oversight of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services for all four Good Shepherd service lines, including Neurorehabilitation, Pediatrics, Musculoskeletal-Orthopedics and Cardiopulmonary-Complex Medical.

Media Contact:
Lynn Gerlach