Salem Hospital President Elected To Statewide BoardSalem Township Hospital President/CEO has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Illinois Critical Access Hospital.
In her new role, Stephanie Hilton-Siebert will support the organization and its mission to strengthen and provide assistance and resources to its 51 critical access hospital members.
The Executive Director of ICAHN said she was excited about working with Stephanie in the coming year. Pat Schou said Hilton-Siebert will bring vaulable experience to the board and help them navigate through the many charges and exciting times that are ahead of us.
Hilton-Siebert has been with Salem Township Hospital for ten years, serving in the capacity of CEO, Chief Operating Officer and Director of Inpatient Services. She has held several roles in her professional career, including clinician, college nursing educator, and administration. Hilton-Siebert is a member of several other organizations, including the Illinois Organization of Nursing Leaders, Kaskaskia College Advisory Committee, McKendree University Nursng Advisory Committee, Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network, Illinois State Stroke Task Force and the Illinois Hospital Association.
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