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Tioga Medical Center Names Chief Operating Officer

Tioga Medical Center is pleased to announce that Shelby Davis has been named Chief Operating Officer.


As Chief Operating Officer, Davis will be responsible for overseeing daily operations and supporting department leaders amidst a rapidly changing rural healthcare environment. She will play a vital role in increasing efficiency at Tioga Medical Center and improving patient experiences.


“Shelby possesses a wealth of experience that will undoubtedly contribute to the continued success of Tioga Medical Center,” says Jamie Eraas, Tioga Medical Center President and CEO. “With her leadership style, we are confident in our ability to navigate new challenges and align our strategic goals with our day-to-day operations.”


Davis joined Tioga Medical Center in 2014. For the last nine years, she has overseen clinical operations as clinic manager. She will transition to her new role in the coming months.


“I am excited to optimize workflows for better patient care by equipping our leaders with the necessary tools and knowledge to serve our community,” says Davis. “I thank the Board of Directors and CEO for their trust and confidence in me. I look forward to working closely with them and our leadership team to enhance Tioga Medical Center’s employee and patient experience.”


Davis received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Mary and is a Certified Rural Healthcare Professional through the National Association of Rural Health Clinics. Additionally, she serves on the ND Rural Health Association Board and ND Rural Health Clinic Network Advisory Board. She is an active member of the Tioga community, serving as assistant squad leader for Tioga Ambulance, president of the Tioga Area Dollars for Scholars, treasurer of the Tioga Lions Club, and site leader for Vitalant.


About Tioga Medical Center

A nonprofit healthcare system, Tioga Medical Center proudly serves the communities of northwest North Dakota with clinics in Tioga, Ray and Powers Lake; a 25-bed critical access hospital; a Long-Term Care center; and Independent Living apartments.

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