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Jackie Och joins Tri-County Health Care Board of Directors

Och joins 10 other board members from around the area.

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Jackie Och
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WADENA — Todd County Health & Human Services Director Jackie Och recently joined the Tri-County Health Care Board of Directors. She comes to the board with over a decade of hospital experience. Och also serves on the Todd and Wadena Community Health Board and Tri-County’s Bertha Clinic Advisory Committee.
Och will have her first official board meeting on June 27, 2022. Like other board members, she will provide strategic direction and leadership through policy planning. “I am honored to have the opportunity to represent the communities served. I will work to represent all individuals by practicing Tri-County Health Care’s mission, vision and core values,” said Och.
Tri-County Health Care has an 11-person board of directors made up of a diverse set of community members from around our region. The purpose of this volunteer board is to provide oversight to executive leadership while also being responsible for the overall guidance of the organization.
Och joins 10 other board members including; Dave Fjeldheim, Matthew Van Bruggen, Terry Davis, Ryan Anderson, Jolene Johannes, Paul Drange, Dave Quincer, Shaneen Schmidt, Stephen Davis and Rachel Redig.
Learn more about Tri-County Health Care’s Board of Directors at TCHC.org/board-of-directors.

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