Sheridan Community Hospital Announces CEO Separation

SHERIDAN, Mich. (August 2019) – The Sheridan Community Hospital Board announced the separation of its Chief Executive Officer, Randolph Flechsig, effective immediately.

In order to ensure continuity going forward, the Board has appointed Bobbi McColley, Compliance Officer and Director of Clinical Support, to be Sheridan Community Hospital’s interim Chief Executive Officer. As interim Chief Executive Officer, Ms. McColley will work with the hospital’s management team to facilitate an orderly leadership transition, while overseeing the organization’s ongoing transformation.

“The Board had a vision, even before Randy arrived, to provide employment and local, available, quality healthcare services in Montcalm County and the surrounding communities,” stated Marvin Jay Tans, Sheridan Community Hospital’s Board President. “Sheridan Community Hospital is the sixth largest employer in Montcalm County, and as before, we will continue to make a positive economic impact on the community.”

Building on recent success, Sheridan Community Hospital continues to meet patient needs. The hospital has had multiple successes in the past year, including, but not limited to:

  • One of only 125 hospitals nationwide to be awarded the USDA telemedicine grant of $284,000 to create technology to focus on primary care and behavioral health through telemedicine.
  • Awarded Patient Centered Medical Home designation.
  • Program for Medication-Assisted Treatment of Substance Abuse Disorder achieves growth in excess of 150%.
  • 2019 HFAP Accreditation for Laboratory.
  • Recipient of 2018 Priority Health Quality Award.
  • Face-to-face visits at Sheridan Care achieves growth in excess of 24% last quarter.
  • Establishment of Internal Medicine and pain management services.
  • Growth of drug and substance abuse program.
  • 24/7 Emergency Department and Walk-In Clinic achieves growth in excess of 31%.
  • Introduction of new Sheridan Care provider, Ashley Saylor, FNP-C.

“With recent changes, we have a leadership team in place that is capable of accelerating our growth and I look forward to working closely with them to help execute the next phase of Sheridan Community Hospital,” stated Ms. McColley.