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12/22/2016

Amy Long has been named site administrator for Mayo Clinic Health System in Fairmont.

Amy has been site administrator at Mayo Clinic Health System in St. James since last summer. In her new role she, along with her physician partner, Marie Morris, M.D., will provide organizational leadership and direction for the hospital and clinics in Fairmont, and clinics in Truman, Minn., Sherburn, Minn. and Armstrong, Iowa.

Amy received a Master of Healthcare Administration degree from Des Moines University. Her extensive health care experience includes roles as medical staff and outreach manager at Waverly Health Center in Waverly, Iowa. She also served as the medical services administrator at the State of Minnesota forensics facility in St. Peter, Minnesota. During her time in St. James, she has been active in various community engagement activities, including supporting Rely for Life, and as a member of the St. James Sertoma Club, a member of the City of St. James Economic Development Committee, and remained professionally involved with the Minnesota Hospital Association’s mental and behavioral health committee.

“We are delighted to welcome Amy to this role,” says James Hebl, M.D., regional vice president, Mayo Clinic. “I am confident that she, working with the providers, nurses and allied health staff in Fairmont, will further strengthen and integrate Mayo Clinic’s presence in and around the Fairmont community.”

Amy will begin her new duties on January 1, 2017.

Amy Long replaces Bob Bartingale who is retiring as administrator at the end of the year.


ROD HALVORSEN
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