Monday, July 14, 2014
New Managers at Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital
Stephanie Shelton is now the Service Coordinator of the New Vision – Medical Stabilization program at Missouri Baptist Sullivan. She is responsible for the day to day operations of the program designed to assist adults meeting criteria to come off opiates, alcohol or possibly other substances. It may involve a 3 to 5 day inpatient stay, and include discharge planning and recommendations for further necessary treatments.
Amy Wildhaber recently became the manager of the Risk Management/Regulatory Compliance department. In this position, Amy follows up with patient concerns to make sure they are investigated and resolved in a fair and timely manner. She also ensures the hospital complies with all health care regulations. Amy has been employed at MBSH since 2001. Since that time, she has been a Staff Nurse, Service Excellence Coordinator, and most recently, the Emergency Department Nurse Manager.
Robin Butts recently accepted the position of Rehabilitation Manager for MBSH. She is an Occupational Therapist and has been with the hospital since 2002 in that capacity. She will now oversee the Rehabilitation programs provided at the Sullivan Sports Fitness and Rehabilitation Center, the Cuba Rehabilitation Center and the therapy services provided in the hospital. Primary services offered through the Rehab clinics include: Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Aqua Therapy, Lymphedema treatment, Pelvic floor/incontinence treatment, Sports & Stroke Rehabilitation, Massage Therapy and a Wellness Program.
“I am very pleased that these three ladies have chosen to accept these management roles at MBSH. They are very accomplished managers and I am confident that they will provide excellent leadership to their staff,” commented Tony Schwarm, MBSH President.
Pictured l-r are: Stephanie Shelton, New Vision Service Coordinator, Amy Wildhaber, Risk Management/Regulatory Compliance Manager and Robin Butts, Rehabilitation Manager