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Spooner Hosts Regional Studer Group Speaking Event
Spooner hosted a Regional Studer Group speaking event on Tuesday, September 23. Over 130 leaders from Spooner Health System, Cumberland Healthcare, Amery Hospital & Clinic and Hayward Area Memorial Hospital came together to hear a great message from Studer Group Speaker, Bob Murphy. Studer Group® works with healthcare organizations using Evidence-Based Leadership to achieve, sustain, and accelerate exceptional clinical, operational, and financial outcomes.
Bob Murphy is a well-known leader, executive coach, and international health care presenter from Studer Group. Bob has more than 30 years of experience in health care. His experience includes work as an EMT, phlebotomist, nursing assistant, registered nurse, department leader of emergency and trauma services, quality leader, risk manager, Chief Operating Officer and hospital CEO. Bob is also an attorney and he is board certified in health care administration.
“It was great to have the four organizations work together to bring in such a well-known, highly engaging speaker,” says Mike Schafer, CEO of Spooner Health System. “A big thank you to the Spooner School District for allowing us to have the event at the high school. The auditorium worked out excellent for an event like this.”
Bob presents at conferences and seminars, works with leadership teams, and coaches current and future Studer Group partners. He has spoken to tens of thousands of leaders, staff and providers from around the world.
His message to local healthcare leaders centered around Making Excellence Stick. “It was a great opportunity to further develop our leaders,” adds Schafer. “We all walked away more passionate about the work we do in healthcare and challenged to take our leadership to a new level.”