Decked out in bright pink t-shirts, members of Fenton Firefighter Community Outreach donate $1000 to the St. Clare Foundation. The donation was made in honor of breast cancer survivor Amanda Wilderman, the wife of Fenton Firefighter Jace Wilderman.
Ssm St. Clare Health Center Foundation
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Hoefer will begin leading the hospital Jan. 3 2012. Ell will oversee philanthropy and fund-raising.
Two big changes were announced this week at SSM St. Clare Health Center, 1015 Bowles Ave. Fenton. Robert William (Bill) Hoefer was named as president of SSM St. Clare. In addition to leading the 174-bed hospital, which opened in 2009, Hoefer will serve as executive for the SSM Neurosciences Institute. Hoefer will begin his duties on Jan. 3, 2012. He replaces Sherry Hausmann, who resigned this spring as SSM St. Clare’s original president to accept a position out-of-state. Hoefer has spent 16 years with Sentara Healthcare in Norfolk, Va., a non-profit, 10-hospital system located throughout Virginia and North Carolina. For the past four years, Hoefer served as vice president of operations for Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, a 543-bed …
Friday, June 17, 2011
SSM Health Care will not hire those who smoke and will require flu shots for employees.
SSM Health Care annouced two new policies that it says are designed to create a safer environment for patients and a healthier overall workforce. Starting July 1, SSM will implement a tobacco-free hiring policy at all SSM facilities in Missouri and mandatory flu vaccinations for all employees across the SSM Health Care system. “As a health-care provider, we need to take a leadership role on these major public health issues,” said Sister Mary Jean Ryan, chairman and CEO of SSM Health Care, in a news release. “Not hiring tobacco users is a first step toward creating a healthier workforce, and mandatory flu vaccinations will help protect our patients, our colleagues and their families.” The tobacco-free hiring policy only applies to the …