10 Things to Know About Black River Memorial Hospital

Black River Memorial Hospital in Black River Falls, Wis., is a critical access facility serving communities in Jackson County.

Here are 10 things to know about Black River Memorial Hospital:

1. Stan Gaynor is the president and CEO of Black River Memorial Hospital. He will step down in June 2013, and Mary Beth White-Jacobs has been named his successor.

2. Robert Daley, Jr. is the CFO of Black River Memorial Hospital.

3. Black River Memorial Hospital has 25 licensed beds.

4. The hospital has more than 300 employees and a medical staff of more than 40 physicians.

5. For the cost report period ending December 2011, Black River Memorial Hospital recorded $50 million in gross charges and a net income of $1.7 million, according to American Hospital Directory.

6. In 2011, the hospital had 1,039 inpatient visits, 17,375 outpatient visits and 9,872 emergency department admissions, according to the hospital.

7. In 2012, Black River Memorial Hospital received the Wisconsin Forward Award-Mastery Level from the Wisconsin Center for Performance Excellence.

8. Black River Memorial Hospital opened in 1968.

9. Black River Memorial Hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission.

10. In 2010, Black River Memorial Hospital received the Five Star Excellence Award from Professional Research Consultants.

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