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Richard H. Ketcham

President and Chief Executive Officer

St. Elizabeth Medical Center

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St. Elizabeth Medical Center

1656 Champlin Avenue

Utica, New York,13502

United States

Company Description

The ISO (International Organization for Standardization) standards are the foundation of SEMC's Quality Management System. These standards ensure we are taking all necessary steps to deliver safe and effective healthcare services to our patients. The NIAHO sta...more

Background Information

Employment History

Contributor

The Westfield Republican


Affiliations

Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce

Board Member


National Association for Home Care

Board of Trustees Member


Chautauqua County Health Network Inc

Board Member


CCHN

Board Member


American College of Healthcare Executives

Fellow


Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities

Member


Western New York Healthcare Association

Board Member


Healthcare Association of New York State

Board Member


Education

Master of Business Administration

Cornell University


bachelor's degree

biology

University of Rochester


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2014 Mohawk Valley EDGE Members

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St. Elizabeths Medical Center


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Richard Ketcham, FACHE


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St. Elizabeth's News

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Gift Shop/ Tour Center at 830 Varick Street, Utica. “On behalf of the Medical Center, I would like to thank the Matt family for its partnership with the Foundation to host this one-of-a-kind event that the community looks forward to each year,� said Richard Ketcham, President /CEO of St. Elizabeth Medical Center.
This portrait of Saint Marianne Cope has been generously donated to the Medical Center from an anonymous donor. The artist, Robert F. Whelan, was commissioned by the National Museum of Catholic Art and Library in Washington, DC.It was unveiled at the Mass on January 23, the Feast Day of Saint Marianne Cope. A replica of the original is now ondisplay in the Central Admitting area of the Medical Center,and another is on display at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse. Pictured are: Reverend John Comeskey, Sister M.Irene and Richard Ketcham, President/CEO. This time delay can negatively impact the golden hour, which is critical for first responders in saving lives,� added Neil Snedeker, President and Chief Executive Officer. “We are pleased to welcome Mercy Flight Central’s new base of operations to our area,� added Richard Ketcham, President and Chief Executive Officer, St. Elizabeth Medical Center. “Mercy Flight Central’s arrival fills a serious void in emergency air medical rescue service in our area. The event’s theme was “We’re Blooming with Appreciation for You.� “The volunteers provide an incredible benefit to the Medical Center, the staff, patients and their families,� said Richard H. Ketcham, FACHE, President/CEO. “The volunteers perform many tasks that we may not otherwise be able to provide. Richard Ketcham, FACHE, President and CEO of St. Elizabeth Medical Center, will welcome the graduates, faculty, staff and participants. The commencement address will be given by Reverend Paul Drobin, Newman Chaplain, Utica College and SUNYIT. The College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, Inc., and registered by the New York State Education Department. The Graduates by Hometown are:    Avoca Holland Patent Oneida Utica Bridget McMahon Janice Costello Marissa Brewster Nicole Larabee Gwenda Warner Andrea Brennan Jessica Brown Miranda Costantine Kimberly Freitas Rebecca Hammond Sarah Jacopino Erica Kennerknecht AnnMarie Mateo Stephanie Mazloom Kelly Osborn Michael Paul Renee Sitts Coral VanEtten Blossvale Hyde Park Oriskany Watertown Douglas Grinnell Melissa Meyer Stephen Sliski Andrew Bradley Canastota Ilion Port Leyden West Winfield Elizabeth Quell Marie Cole Randi Fike Patti Fikes Louise Reese Nicole Denton Clinton Jordanville Rome Whitesboro Jillian Doyle Suzanne Soposki Andrew Dupont Kali Meulengracht Denise Weiler Shelbi Brefka Marianne Carzo Judith Durso Sherri FreibergerBriana Johnson Crystal UphamEmma Wagner Cold Brook Latham Sauquoit Yorkville Mandy Weakley Keri Burke Cristy Gilman Jessica Massoud Shalynn Cozza Karen Sabonis Fort Plain Marcy Selden  Megan Putnam Lisa Cappelli Arianna Giruzzi Rachel Kaufman  Hamilton Mexico St. Johnsville  Kyle BodnarLisa Thomas Daron Comes Stephanie LaQuay  Herkimer New Hartford Syracuse  Brooke Davis Hilary Hamlin Jaime Hawkins Erin St. Denis  Hinckley Old Forge Taberg  Nicholas Spine Therese Johnston Lisa Harosia      Due to a prolonged decrease in hospital inpatients, one medical/surgical unit, 2D, was closed effective June 24. “These are extremely difficult decisions in challenging economic times,� said Richard Ketcham, President/CEO. “We have a responsibility and an obligation to the community we serve, the Medical Center and its Board of Trustees to ensure the long-term fiscal health of the organization, while continuing to meet our mission. They are: Heather Bennett, Elizabeth Buerkle, Kelsey Cacciatori, Marie Campese, Jennifer Cashmer, John Czebieniak, Kaitlyn Davidson, Tayla Giacovelli, Christopher Grosso, Samantha Guske, Jillian Jones, Carrie Lohr and Jeremy Raciti. The Gerald Segal, M.D. Scholarship Award from Mohawk Valley Imaging, PC went to senior student Kaitlyn Davidson. The Mary Louise Ecret Scholarship Award went to senior Christopher Grosso. The Agnes G. Walsh Memorial Award went to senior Elizabeth Buerkle. Radiologist Raphael J. Alcuri, M.D., Medical Director of the school, presided over the program and Richard Ketcham, Medical Center President/CEO, presented diplomas. The winning participants received a $100 prize to share and were presented with a trophy. “The St. Elizabeth community is proud of these employees and what they created as a team,� said Richard Ketcham, President/CEO. “They wrote music and lyrics, involved many departments and conveyed the handwashing message in an engaging, light-hearted way. Under the provision, government regulators determine whether the transaction would violate antitrust laws. The CEOs anticipate that the next steps will take between three to six months to finalize and, if all approvals fall into place, they are looking toward spring 2014 to complete the affiliation process. “I wish to commend both boards and our employees, medical staff and volunteers for their incredible patience and understanding,� said Richard Ketcham, FACHE, president/CEO of St. Elizabeth Medical Center. “We have been working on this since December 2011 when our boards first agreed to explore the concept of affiliation. RMH became tobacco free in 2007. “While Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare and St. Elizabeth Medical Center have been tobacco free for close to seven years, we feel this new law is an excellen


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The fact that St. Elizabeth CEO Richard Ketcham agreed to retire should help, preventing the difficulty of dueling CEOs, he said.


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