Sutter Amador Hospital CEO recognized among top rural health care leaders

Posted on Mar 30, 2017 in Uncategorized

Becker’s Hospital Review has named Sutter Amador Hospital CEO Anne Platt as one of the ’60 rural hospital CEOs to know.’

Becker’s, a national publication that provides business and legal news as well as analysis about hospitals and health systems, selected leaders with a desire for excellence.

“It’s an honor to be recognized with others throughout the nation that provide quality health care to rural communities,” said Platt. “At Sutter Amador Hospital, we have the unique opportunity to provide compassionate care to our family, neighbors and friends. Our focus is on expanding services and improving the health of our region.”

The 60 CEOs on this year’s list possess extensive experience in healthcare management, demonstrating their commitment to offering high-quality, accessible care to rural populations. Under the CEOs’ leadership, many of their institutions have earned recognition as top-performing rural hospitals in the nation.

In 2016, Sutter Amador Hospital won the ‘100 Best Places to Work’ by Modern Healthcare under Platt’s leadership. This year, the hospital has opened a new Progressive Care Unit, welcomed two new surgeons and added advanced technology and monitoring systems in the hospital’s Family Birth Center.

We are currently installing a new CT scanner and have partnered with WellSpace Health to open a new community health center this summer, said Platt.

The hospital is also committed to supporting the community through partnerships with local organizations and by offering programs and services such as childbirth education courses and a Diabetes Information Fair on April 26.

Anne Platt has been the CEO at Sutter Amador Hospital for more than 12 years. Prior to Sutter Health, Platt worked with Banner Health as CEO of East Morgan County Hospital where she was the recipient of the Colorado Rural Health Excellence Award. She has also worked in chief executive roles in South Dakota, Wyoming and Minnesota and is a strong advocate for rural health policy.

Platt is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and currently serves on the California Rural Hospital Advisory committee. She is a member of the Jackson Rotary Club and serves on the boards of Hospice of Amador and Calaveras Counties, the Amador County Business Council and the Sutter Amador Ambulatory Surgery Center.

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