Anne Platt CEO Of SAH Announces Retirement

Anne Platt CEO Of SAH Announces Retirement 

After 14 years at the helm, Anne Platt is retiring, as CEO of Sutter Amador Hospital During her tenure, Platt has presided over unprecedented expansions and improvements to the medical campus and the local healthcare community. Replacing her is Tom Dickson, who has led some of Arizona’s most respected hospitals and has a proven record for excellence in patient care. His first day at Sutter Amador Hospital is Feb. 11. When Platt arrived in 2005, Sutter Amador was a beautiful, newly constructed, small rural hospital with limited resources for patients in several medical specialties. She leaves her post having greatly advanced the hospital — adding services that allow residents to receive care locally instead of having to leave the county. Platt did all this while also being active in the community and advocating for community hospitals on a state and national level. While CEO, she was a board member for the Amador County Business Council, the Amador Surgery Center and Hospice of Amador and Calaveras counties, and was also a member of the Jackson Rotary Club and Amador County Chamber of Commerce.  Platt also took significant leadership roles in the California Hospital Association, where she advocated for rural hospitals in the state and across the country. Because of her community activity, hospital leadership and advocacy, Platt was honored as one of the “60 rural hospital CEOs to know” by Becker’s Review in 2016 and 2017, and was also named among the “130 women hospital and health system leaders to know” in 2017.  Platt's retirement is effective March 1st.

 

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