Hudspeth shares on JRMC at RotaryTodd Hudspeth, CEO of the Jamestown Regional Medical Center, gave an overview of what has been happening at JRMC at Rotary.
Todd Hudspeth, CEO of the Jamestown Regional Medical Center, gave an overview of what has been happening at JRMC at Rotary.
The new center opened July 31, 2011, with a state-of-the-art facility. It was created with the latest in equipment, technology, a design with the patient in mind and input by the employees, he said.
The goal of JRMC is to be the best rural hospital in America, Hudspeth said. To accomplish this, JRMC must have outstanding patient care, a workplace where the employees enjoy coming and have qualified physicians and specialists who enjoy being a part of the care. When employees are happy in their work it translates into better care for the patient, he said.
Hudspeth said the Medical Office Building construction is on schedule. He said JRMC will lease a portion of the space along with Essentia Clinic and the VA clinic. The goal is to be open and using the new space by January 2013.
Quincy Backen, welcomed members and guests to the meeting. Guest at the meeting was Joe Rector, director of the James Valley Library System.
Warren Tobin gave the invocation, Katie Andersen led the group in music and Blaine Bergstadt collected “Happy Dollars” for Rotary projects.
District Gov.-elect Dave Smette shared with the members how a district governor needs the help of 15 assistants to complete their year as governor. Teal Myre from Minot is the assistant who Jamestown will report to.
Marty Richman is in charge of today’s program, Darrell Losing has the invocation, Gary Riffe is the music leader and Andersen is the sergeant at arms. Backen also reminded members of their week to clean Mill Hill.