Guthmiller also takes the reins as Iowa Hospital Association Board Chair-Elect Marty Guthmiller, CEO of Orange City Area Health System, has been named among “60 Critical Access Hospital CEOs to Know 2017” by Becker’s Hospital Review. Guthmiller has served as CEO of Orange City Area Health System since 1994. He has more than 30 years of health care experience, the first eight of which were as a practicing certified public accountant with health care emphasis. During his tenure with Orange City Area Health System, Guthmiller oversaw the planning, fundraising, and construction of its $29.6 million expansion project, which was the first Critical Access Hospital relocation in the state of Iowa. Guthmiller is an accomplished community leader serving on numerous community volunteer boards including chairing the boards at Northwestern College and Community Health Partners, and serving on the boards of the Northwest Iowa Dialysis Center, Orange City Development Corporation, Iowa State Bank, and Orange City Area Health Foundation. In 2012, he was named to the Iowa Volunteer Hall of Fame. During the Iowa Hospital Association’s Annual Meeting in October, Guthmiller will be installed as IHA’s Board Chair Elect. Guthmiller received his bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Northwestern College and his master’s degree in health administration degree from the University of Colorado.