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Angelia FOSTER

Chief Administrative Officer

Angelia Foster joined Marshfield Medical Center-Beaver Dam in March 2020 and has more than eight years of health care leadership experience, including her previous role as executive vice president/chief administrative officer at Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers in Bryan, Ohio. Since 2017, she has been responsible for perioperative services, radiation oncology services, human resources, facilities, environment of care, life safety, emergency management and counseling/wellness. Prior to her time in Bryan, Angelia worked for Memorial Health System in Jacksonville, Ill. as the affiliate vice president of Human Resources and Support Services.

Angelia received her master’s in management and organizational behavior from Benedictine University in Lisle, Ill. and bachelor’s in political science and communications from Ohio Dominican University in Columbus, Ohio.

Angelia lives in Dodge County with her husband, David. They have five children and two grandchildren.

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Dr. jamie Deering

Vice President of Medical Affairs

Dr. Jamie Deering is a native of Randolph, Wis., and dedicated 19 years to caring for Dodge County residents as a family medicine physician before joining Marshfield Medical Center-Beaver Dam as Vice President of Medical Affairs (VPMA) in August 2020. In this role, Dr. Deering oversees the MMC-BD Medical Staff, serves as a liaison between providers and leadership, and ensures patients and staff receive the best care possible.

Dr. Deering’s passion for health care began after an 8th grade knee injury derailed her dreams of earning a scholarship to play college basketball. While one future path was blocked, another was cleared as surgery and the ensuing rehabilitation process introduced her to medicine and a life dedicated to patient care.

Dr. Deering earned her Bachelor of Science at Viterbo College in LaCrosse, Wis. before earning her medical degree from Wisconsin Medical School in Madison and serving her residency at Waukesha Family Practice Residency in Waukesha, Wis. The chance to truly get to know people and care for them from birth to end-of-life inspired Dr. Deering to practice family medicine.

Dr. Deering and her husband Tim live in Beaver Dam, Wis. and have nine children. She enjoys camping, singing karaoke and playing cornhole.

“Serving as VPMA at Marshfield Medical Center-Beaver Dam is a unique opportunity,” Dr. Deering said. “This is my home. My family, friends and my former patients live here and I want the best care for us all locally. As a part of Marshfield Clinic Health System, we will continue the legacy of high-quality care by focusing on patient and community needs and growing services.  Working together we will transform into a regional hub that provides excellent care locally.”

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Colette Smith

Administrative Director of Patient Care Services

Colette Smith is the Administrative Director for Patient Care Services. In this role, Colette is accountable for nursing practice across Marshfield Medical Center-Beaver Dam, which includes all nursing practice for inpatient, ambulatory and procedural settings as well as advanced practice providers, patient care services for respiratory therapy, social work, and nursing quality. 

Before joining BDCH in 1997, Colette worked for 12 years for a diverse range of organizations across the United States including; St. Agnes Hospital of Baltimore Maryland, St. Mary’s Hospital of Green Bay, Kapiolani Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Honolulu Hawaii, and Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix Arizona. While at these organizations Colette was a staff nurse who primarily worked in labor and delivery and level II Neonatal Intensive Care Units. 

Colette is a qualified registered nurse and holds a Masters of Nursing with an emphasis on healthcare administration and leadership.

Colette has spent 35+ years as a nurse with the past 12 of that in leadership roles in Beaver Dam. Colette’s experience as a director started with leading the Obstetrical/Womens health team here in 2010 and then took over the full Inpatient team in 2012. The combined role reinforced her belief and philosophy of teamwork. The Shift Administrator group came under her preview in 2014, 2017 the Emergency Services group and in the fall of 2018 Respiratory therapy. Having oversight of the complete acute care nursing care areas gives way for exceptional team work and excellent patient flow, this is a dynamic team. In March of 2019 Colette stepped in as the interim Director of Nursing and effective July of 2020 started in this new role.

 

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James McComas

Administrative Director of Extended Care Services

James McComas joined Marshfield Medical Center–Beaver Dam (MMC-BD) in September 2016 as the Director of Quality and Process Improvement and has more than 27 years of healthcare experience. In December 2020, James was named the Administrative Director of Extended Care Service which includes Information Services (IS), Food & Nutrition, Supply Chain, Health Information Management (HIM), Senior Services, Wound & Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), Quality and Process Improvement.  Prior to working for MMC-BD,

James was the Operations Manager for Xerox State Healthcare (Fiscal Agent for the State of Alaska Medicaid Program), Chief Operations Officer for Procare Home Medical, Operation Manager for Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, Chief Operations Officer / Vice President of Operations for Promise Regional Medical Center – Hutchinson.  Prior to working in the private sector, James proudly severed 10 years in the U.S. Army Medical Corp.  James’s philosophy is simple “Patient’s First, Care Giver’s Always”

James graduated from Wichita State University in 1996 with a degree in Psychology/Sociology. He lives in Beaver Dam with his wife Robin and three grandchildren.

 

 

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Jason TATE

Administrative Director of Regional Operations

Jason Tate joined Marshfield Medical Center-Beaver Dam as its Administrative Director of Regional Operations in March 2021. He has a Nursing Diploma from the U.S. Army Academy of Health Sciences, a Bachelor of Arts degree from Purdue University, and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Jason served 10 years as a Combat Medic and Army Nurse in the Wisconsin Army National Guard. Jason is trained in Lean Process Improvement and is a Certified Medical Practice Executive.

Jason’s clinical background comes mostly from Emergency Care, Primary Care, Cardiology and Gastroenterology. Jason has a comprehensive background in health care management in both Primary & Specialty Care, working as a Clinic Supervisor, Manager, and Administrator/Director in a range of medical specialties. He has managed a wide array of outpatient clinics from single clinics to large physician groups, and everything in-between. 

Jason’s professional experiences and focus include: Electronic medical record optimization, process improvement, clinic workflows, physician compensation, safety, quality, staff & physician engagement, team building, data & metric analysis for clinical decision making, policy and procedure development, leadership coaching, patient experience, clinical access, conflict resolution, and community outreach.