KREMMLING – On May 8, Middle Park Medical Center and Centura Health announced they officially signed and finalized their management agreement, effective June 1, 2014.
The management agreement leverages the strengths of both organizations to provide residents of Grand, Jackson and northern Summit Counties with improved access to clinical and operational services, education and resources to meet the increasing need to provide convenient, integrated, high-value care, while keeping health care local.
MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT SPECIFICS
• The Kremmling Memorial Hospital District Board of Directors will continue to fulfill its ongoing role to provide the strategic direction of the hospital.
• Centura Health will provide management and leadership expertise under the direction of a Centura Health employed chief executive officer appointed by Centura Health and approved by the Kremmling Memorial Hospital District Board of Directors.
• The chief executive officer will run the hospital operations on a day-to-day basis beginning June 1 and work with MPMC on an ongoing basis to identify areas where additional clinical and operational services, education and resources are needed.
• MPMC staff will have support and access to colleagues and partners throughout Centura Health with whom they can discuss challenges, explore best practices and obtain feedback to help determine high-value health care solutions.