Senior Vice President, Cone Health and President, Annie Penn Hospital
Angie Orth is a senior vice president, Cone Health and president of Annie Penn Hospital.
Orth has deep experience in rural health care. Prior to this role, Orth served as the chief operating officer and CEO of Randolph Health in Asheboro. Orth led an effort to return Randolph Health to profitability and improve patient safety while guiding the health system to a position where it could be successfully acquired, keeping local health care in that community.
Between 1983 and 2007, Orth held several leadership positions with Cone Health including site administrator for Wesley Long Hospital. And it was at The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital where she got her first taste of heath care as a cashier and admitting representative during high school and college. Between 2007 and 2013, Orth served in a variety of leadership roles in a large home care company in the southeast providing certified home health, durable medical equipment and home infusion.
Orth earned her MBA from Wake Forest University and an undergraduate degree in psychology from UNC Greensboro. She is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Orth was awarded the Athena Award and the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year award for her leadership in preserving local health care.