Jonathan Goble has over 35 years as a Healthcare CEO with health systems across Iowa, Indiana and Illinois. He most recently served as the President/CEO of University of Chicago Medicine Ingalls Memorial Hospital, a 568-bed community health system affiliated with the University of Chicago.
A native of Paw Paw, Illinois, Goble earned a BA in Biology from Illinois Wesleyan University in 1980, a Master’s in Hospital Administration from Tulane University in 1984, and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Iowa in 1995. Mr. Goble is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and has received numerous awards and recognition for his servant leadership. Mr. Goble has been recognized for his ability to create an outstanding corporate culture and has leveraged this into strategic advantages in the organizations across Iowa, Indiana and, most recently, Illinois. In recognition of this notoriety, he has delivered numerous Keynote Presentations nationally and internationally on Leadership and Corporate Culture in the Workplace. He is currently in the process of authoring his first book on the subject of leadership.
Goble has served in community leadership throughout his career, including the Indiana Hospital Association Governance Committee, the Carmel Indiana Rotary, the Hamilton County Airport Advisory Board, a former Advisory Board member of Timmy Global Health, and supports the Boy Scouts of America. Goble has been a frequent guest lecturer at Anderson University, Butler University, Indiana University Kelley School of Business and the University of Indianapolis. He served 14 years as Sound Technician for St Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church Youth Choir, located in Carmel, Indiana.
Goble’s interests include music, (he plays piano, guitar and banjo), aviation (he is an instrument-rated private pilot), reading, and cycling.
Goble currently resides in Coloma, Michigan with his wife of 38 years, Theresa. The couple has two grown children.