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Iron County Hospital District Board Names Cindy Sadler As Interim CEO

The Iron County Hospital District Board, d/b/a Iron County Medical Center (ICMC), announced the resignation of Joshua Gilmore who has served as CEO from 2017 to the present. Cindy Sadler has been appointed as interim CEO.
Joshua has accepted a position with a Federally Qualified Health Center in Alaska where most of his family’s relatives live. In his announcement, he said of the ICMC staff – “Most importantly, you have embraced a culture of “once and done” and promote our values of trust, teamwork, collaboration, and compassion. You always put our patients first in everything you do. You stand as a Team, lifting each other up when one of you is down. You constantly strive to do better than the ICMC was formed in 2006 as a county owned hospital and transitioned to operate as an independent Board in 2013. The hospital has and does struggle financially, as do most rural critical access hospitals in the state and county but has gained state and national attention in recent years and continues to provide a growing list of services thanks to leadership, staff, and community efforts. The hospital is currently a critical access hospital serving Iron and surrounding counties with a 24/7 emergency room, rural health and specialty clinics, as well as ancillary services. day before, to make us the best we can be, so our patients get the high-quality care they deserve. I know you will continue this legacy of excellence as you move forward.”
The Board said they appreciated his insight and efforts through these challenging years and wish him the Board appreciates his insight and efforts through these challenging years and wish him the best in his new position.
The ICHD Board also announced that it has appointed Cindy Sadler, RN, BSN, as Interim CEO effective July 25, 2022. Ms. Sadler has 29 years of experience in healthcare including 14 years in healthcare administration including all areas of Critical Access Hospital (CAH) and Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) compliance, Quality Assurance and Risk Management. Most recently she worked at ICMC since 2012 in multiple roles including Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) from 2014 to early 2022.
The Rural Health Clinic has a physician and four Family Nurse Practitioners available Monday through Friday. The Specialty Clinic has 9 specialists holding weekly or monthly clinics, including Cardiology, Endocrinology (Telemedicine), Gastroenterology, General Surgery, Otolaryngology (ENT), Podiatry, Rheumatology and Urology.
Ancillary services include Laboratory, Radiology, Respiratory, Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy, Cardiac Rehab, sleep studies, and a swing bed program.
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