The Congregation Leadership Team of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace has appointed Kyle Hreben, MBA, LNHA, as Chief Operating Officer of Peace Care, Inc., effective July 5, 2022. Kyle possesses a wealth of knowledge and experience across the full continuum of long-term care, including his most recent position as Executive Director at National Lutheran Communities & Services in Rockville, Md.
“We are pleased to welcome Kyle Hreben to Peace Care,” said Catherine Yaxley, MBA, CPA, RN, Chair of the Peace Care Board of Trustees. “Kyle’s extensive experience has allowed him to become well-versed in crafting and implementing operational improvement strategies, a talent that is very welcome in our challenging long-term care environment. His knowledge is essential in ensuring we’re keeping up with the ever-changing needs of our residents and making high-quality care a priority. Further, Kyle’s commitment to mission and faith-based settings will strengthen our commitment to providing care with dignity in the healing of the whole person.”
“I am excited to join Peace Care as its Chief Operating Officer and leading the organization forward,” Hreben said. “I am inspired by the mission and high-quality care that both Peace Care St. Ann’s and Peace Care St. Joseph’s provide to the greater Hudson County community.”
Hreben holds both a Bachelor of Arts in Communications Management and a Master in Business Administration from the University of Dayton. A Licensed Nursing Home Administrator, Hreben is an active Leading Age member.