Shodair Children’s Hospital administrator to retire

Jack Casey, administrator of Shodair Children's Hospital in Helena, Mont., will retire this year after nearly 50 years in healthcare.

"For 28 years, Jack has provided exceptional leadership at Shodair Children's Hospital and served as a strong advocate for child and adolescent care in the state of Montana. He will be missed," said Rita Gowen, chairman of the board of Shodair Children's Hospital. "Jack's successful tenure with Shodair can be attributed to his passion and support for Montana's children and families, his ability to cultivate close working relationships with co-workers and hospital staff and his capacity to collaborate with healthcare and community leaders from across the state."

Mr. Casey joined Shodair Children's Hospital in 1987 as administrator. Under his leadership, the hospital has grown significantly. In 1999, he led the construction of a new facility and current site of the hospital. In 2004, he expanded the hospital's services to include the Acute Psychiatric Inpatient program. Today, the hospital is Montana's premier provider of psychiatric treatment and comprehensive genetic services.

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