Pringnitz Joins Story Medical Senior Leadership Team

Story Medical has hired Loni Pringnitz as Chief Development Officer.

Pringnitz replaces Neal Bohnet as leader of the Story Medical Foundation. As a member of the Story Medical senior executive team, she will also be accountable for strategic marketing, media/public relations, internal communication, and development of community partnerships.

“Loni has been a resident of Story County for more than 30 years, and her local connections and relationships, both personal and professional, will be a tremendous asset to our team,” says Nate Thompson, Story Medical CEO. “Our primary objective is to build awareness of our services while demonstrating the value we offer to the communities we serve. I’m confident Loni has the skill set and vision to move Story Medical forward.”

Pringnitz has spent the majority of her career in higher education, with more than 20 years in marketing and development-related leadership roles at Iowa State University. She has a track record for achieving success through collaboration by building relationships with faculty, staff, alumni, business executives, community leaders, donors and students alike.

“I am excited to work with the senior team and staff to further build awareness of the wonderful things happening on a daily basis at Story Medical,” Loni says. “There is an incredible story to be told here and I’m reminded of that each time I walk into the medical center, one of our clinics or into Senior Care.”

“Loni’s strong communication skills, personable nature and professionalism will enable her to connect with all key stakeholders and project a strong and positive image of Story Medical,” Thompson adds.


About Story Medical
For 60 years, Story County Medical Center, Story Medical Clinics and Story Medical Senior Care have been the trusted providers of high-quality, local healthcare services for the residents of Story County. Their modern South Campus creates a healing environment that matches the personalized care and clinical expertise of its medical staff. Visit www.StoryMedical.orgfor more information.

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