Tonya Hill has been selected as the Director of Marketing and Business Development for ClearSky Rehabilitation Hospital of Kenosha. The 39-bed medical rehabilitation hospital will open in the fall and be located within the Palmer Tower of Froedtert Kenosha Hospital.
The hospital will treat patients with disabling injuries or illnesses such as strokes, brain injuries, hip fractures, spinal injuries, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, or other medically-complex conditions such as COVID-19.
Hill brings 20 years of experience to her position as an accomplished business development professional with broad leadership experience in roles encompassing revenue growth, brand enhancement, strategic marketing, and tactical sales. In her current role, she will be responsible for leading the admissions department and coordinating marketing efforts to educate patients, families, community, and referral sources about the hospital’s services.
Prior to joining ClearSky Kenosha, Hill served on multiple corporate executive teams at the national, divisional, and regional levels for organizations that provide services within the post-acute skilled nursing and senior living segments. In her most recent tenure, she was the corporate director of census and business development for more than 100 healthcare and senior living facilities that provide skilled nursing, post-acute care, and rehabilitation services.
Hill earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and completed MBA graduate-level studies at the Dominican University. She serves on the board of an international charitable organization focused on economic and educational empowerment.
Hill says she’s passionate about providing innovative and transformational leadership in support of pivotal initiatives within the ever-changing landscape of healthcare and the community at large.
“My experience with the senior population in the post-acute sector provides me with a strong understanding of their healthcare needs,” Hill says. “I can use this knowledge to better educate our referral sources, patients, and the community about the better outcomes provided by specialized, inpatient rehabilitative care. I think it’s especially important that patients and families understand the different levels of rehabilitative care available, and their right to choose where they receive it.”