Nanticoke Health Services announced that Thomas Diehl was named assistant vice president, supply chain.

In this position, Diehl will be accountable for savings enhancement strategies, supply chain utilization, gross margin improvement and leading change positively to reduce health care costs.

Diehl started his career at Nanticoke in November 2009 as the director of materials management. H has focused on medical supply expense management and clinical integration, improving efficiencies, increasing patient satisfaction, improving quality and reducing cost.

Diehl received his Bachelor of Science in business management from Radford University in Radford, Virginia; and is certified as a Six Sigma Green Belt. Additionally, he has 30 years of progressive supply chain and manufacturing experience in multiple high-technology industries.