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CMH promotes employees to new leadership roles

Citizens Memorial Hospital/Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation announces the promotion of four environmental and nutritional services employees to new leadership roles.

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Contacts:

Tamera Heitz-Peek
417-328-7245
theitz@citizensmemorial.com

Formerly the nutritional services director, Scott Kirchhoff is now the administrative director of hospitality, overseeing both Environmental Services and Nutritional Services Departments. Kirchhoff has worked at CMH for 23 years. He started working at CMH as a dishwasher while he was in college and quickly became the catering manager, a role he held for 10 years before becoming the nutritional services director in 2012. He has Certified Dietary Manager and Certified Food Protection Professional certifications from the University of Florida.

As part of this restructuring, three other CMH employees received promotions.

Denise Hall has moved from the role of assistant director of environmental services to director of environmental services. Hall has worked at CMH for 21 years. Her first job with CMH in 2001 was as the supervisor of environmental services at Ash Grove Healthcare Facility. She then worked as a supervisor at the hospital before becoming the assistant director.

Patty Schill is the new hospital assistant director of environmental services. She has worked at CMH for three years, starting out as a checkout housekeeper and working her way up to a lead housekeeping position until her promotion.

Sarah Swearingin moved from assistant hospital director of nutritional services to hospital director of nutritional services. She has worked at CMH for eight years, first working in the DJ Bean and Deli at the Kerry & Synda Douglas Medical Center. She worked as a dietary aide before becoming the assistant director in 2018. She has Certified Dietary Manager and Certified Food Protection Professional certifications from the University of Florida and a Certified Peer Support Specialist certification.

Ray Hastings has been the director of environmental services for more than four years and is retiring in January 2023.

For more information about CMH, go to www.citizensmemorial.com.

Scott KirchoffDenise HallPatty SchillSarah Swearingen

Photos: Scott Kirchhoff, Denise Hall, Patty Schill and Sarah Swearingin

September 12, 2022

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CMH promotes employees to new leadership roles

Citizens Memorial Hospital/Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation announces the promotion of four environmental and nutritional services employees to new leadership roles.

Formerly the nutritional services director, Scott Kirchhoff is now the administrative director of hospitality, overseeing both Environmental Services and Nutritional Services Departments. Kirchhoff has worked at CMH for 23 years. He started working at CMH as a dishwasher while he was in college and quickly became the catering manager, a role he held for 10 years before becoming the nutritional services director in 2012. He has Certified Dietary Manager and Certified Food Protection Professional certifications from the University of Florida.

As part of this restructuring, three other CMH employees received promotions.

Denise Hall has moved from the role of assistant director of environmental services to director of environmental services. Hall has worked at CMH for 21 years. Her first job with CMH in 2001 was as the supervisor of environmental services at Ash Grove Healthcare Facility. She then worked as a supervisor at the hospital before becoming the assistant director.

Patty Schill is the new hospital assistant director of environmental services. She has worked at CMH for three years, starting out as a checkout housekeeper and working her way up to a lead housekeeping position until her promotion.

Sarah Swearingin moved from assistant hospital director of nutritional services to hospital director of nutritional services. She has worked at CMH for eight years, first working in the DJ Bean and Deli at the Kerry & Synda Douglas Medical Center. She worked as a dietary aide before becoming the assistant director in 2018. She has Certified Dietary Manager and Certified Food Protection Professional certifications from the University of Florida and a Certified Peer Support Specialist certification.

Ray Hastings has been the director of environmental services for more than four years and is retiring in January 2023.

For more information about CMH, go to www.citizensmemorial.com.

Scott KirchoffDenise HallPatty SchillSarah Swearingen

Photos: Scott Kirchhoff, Denise Hall, Patty Schill and Sarah Swearingin