INDIANAPOLIS — Edward McCauley, president and CEO of United Hospital Services (UHS), located here, reports that he has promoted Jason Hartsell to vice president of operations and Lifang Zhu to vice president of finance.
“As UHS continues to grow, we are happy to have such capable people to fill the roles of these two important positions,” he says.
Hartsell has worked at UHS for more than 17 years and in nearly every department. He has worked in maintenance, IT, customer service and most recently as director of operations.
He also served in the Army and retired after 14 years with the rank of captain.
Hartsell graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor’s degree in political science and Indiana Wesleyan University with an MBA.
He is also active in the industry serving on the Board of Directors as treasurer for the Association for Linen Management (ALM).
Zhu has been the controller at UHS for the past 14 years. She emigrated from Hangzhou, China, where she was an office director for many years.
Zhu has the Chinese equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in archival services and a master’s degree in financial and economic management from Hangzhou University.