Gerber Memorial’s Stasik gets Fremont chamber award for contributions to community
FREMONT – Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial President Randy Stasik has been recognized with the Fremont Chamber of Commerce’s Dorcas Mortland Award for his contributions to the local business and Fremont communities. In recognizing Stasik, the Chamber noted that he “is very passionate about community health and wellness.”
The Chamber said:
Stasik has been Gerber Memorial’s president since July 2008. In May 2010, Gerber Memorial Health Services integrated with the Spectrum Health system. Since that integration, Gerber Memorial has replaced all diagnostic services with state-of-the-art technology, including 3-dimensional digital mammography. Gerber Memorial has also increased efficiency, resulting in significant cost savings in operations, medical supplies and equipment. In June 2014, Gerber Memorial built a brand new cutting-edge Emergency Department.
Under Stasik’s leadership, Gerber Memorial has been recognized for a number of awards, including being named a Top Rural Hospital two years in a row (2015 and 2016); being a Five-Star Recipient from Healthgrades; and being named an iVantage Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals in the United States.
Stasik has 40 years of health care experience in finance and operations. Prior to Gerber Memorial, Stasik was president and CEO at Borgess Health Alliance in Kalamazoo. He and his wife Marsha reside in Newaygo.
Stasik was presented with the award at the Chamber’s 103rd annual dinner on March 6.
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