Emanuel Medical Center will probably be looking for a brand new chief government officer and chief nursing officer after Tenet Healthcare introduced the departure of the 2 hospital leaders on Friday.
Tenet Healthcare Corporation’s Northern California Group CEO Warren Kirk despatched a memo out on Friday to hospital employees saying the departure of Sue Micheletti and Sony Sidhu. The memo didn’t state a cause for the departure, stating solely that the 2 would not be with the group and thanked them for his or her work.
“We want to thank Sue for the pivotal role she played in bringing EMC into the Tenet family and to recognize Sue and Sony for their dedication to the hospital,” the memo said.
Micheletti took over as CEO at Emanuel in 2014 when the hospital was bought by Tenet Healthcare and has been an lively member of the Turlock group. She was instrumental in bringing the women’s coronary heart heath occasion Glow Red to city, in addition to serving on the board of the Turlock Chamber of Commerce. In 2016, she participated in and gained the Dancing with the Turlock Stars, elevating almost $29,000 for native charities alongside the best way and was an inaugural panelist on the Turlock Women’s Leadership Round Table occasion.
Sidhu’s LinkedIn web page states she has been with Emanuel Medical Center since 2008, most just lately serving because the chief nursing officer. She graduated California State University, Stanislaus and earned her grasp’s diploma from the University of Phoenix.
Tenet Healthcare has appointed Lani Dickinson to function the interim CEO at Emanuel, in addition to the appearing chief nursing officer.
A nurse by coaching, Dickinson most just lately served because the chief nursing government of Tenet’s former Western Region from 2015 to 2017. Prior to this, she served because the chief working officer at Lakewood Regional Medical Center and spent a few years at Doctors Hospital of Modesto serving in numerous management roles together with CNO, director of medical high quality enchancment, director of affected person care providers and in a number of nursing roles.