Health system names new CEO | Home News

  Health system names new CEO |  Home News

Raised in West Virginia, Raynes attended West Virginia Institute of Technology where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He later earned masters’ degrees in business administration with a specialization in health care from West Virginia University and higher education and counseling from Morehead State University.

For the complete story, read Tuesday’s edition of The Brunswick News.

Story Highlights

  • Scott Raynes, who has served as president of Baptist Hospitals Inc., and executive vice president of Baptist Healthcare Corp. in Pensacola, Fla., will replace Scherneck in January. Scherneck will retire after 18 years with the health system, serving as president and CEO the past five years.

  • Raynes and his wife, Shawnna, have two daughters.