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Touchette Regional Hospital restructures leadership

 Touchette Regional Hospital in Centreville has announced a new leadership structure and the team members who will serve in key roles, effective immediately.

jansen joe2018The new president of Touchette will be Joe Jansen (left), who was serving as the corporate vice president of SIHF Healthcare, which is the controlling corporation of Touchette Regional Hospital. He has been actively involved in the administration, physician recruitment, and budget process of Touchette.

day sulbrena2018Sulbrena Day, Ph.D., R.N., will be expanding her leadership from her role as chief operating officer by assuming the chief nurse officer functions. Day (right) has been the COO since early 2017.

Larry McCulley remains the CEO of both SIHF Healthcare and Touchette Regional Hospital.

“I know that Joe and Sulbrena will be a great team leading Touchette Regional Hospital. They are both focused on patient care and expanding the opportunities for Touchette to improve community health,” McCulley said. McCulley will focus on expanding service lines and the growth of both companies.

“I am honored to be assuming this important role with Touchette,” Jansen noted. “The situation at both organizations has made this the opportune time to make these changes and to focus on the community and people we serve. I look forward to working with Dr. Day and our hospital staff to making this hospital the first choice for local residents and increasing the services that we can offer.”

Jansen joined SIHF Healthcare and Touchette Regional Hospital in March 2017. He previously served as vice president/associate administrator of Des Peres Hospital in St. Louis. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Saint Louis University and a master’s degree in management and leadership from Webster University.

“Expanding direct ties to the nursing and clinical staff to my portfolio is important to both the patients of Touchette Regional Hospital and to transforming the delivery of healthcare to our patients,” Day said. “I look forward to working with Joe to improve our patient experience and service expansions.”

Day has been with the Touchette leadership team since 2004. Previous to this point, she served in numerous capacities through service at St. Mary’s and Kenneth Hall Regional hospitals.

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