Meet Our Hospital Administrators
Jim Schultz has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer. Jim has been interim CEO for the hospital since July 2014, and has served as an active Board of Trustees member for the past 10 years, holding the position of Board Chair for five years and Foundation Board Chair for four years. Jim received his BA degree from Warburg College in Business Administration/Education and has done graduate studies at UW-Madison. As CEO, Jim will oversee all strategic, operational and clinical initiatives for Edgerton Hospital, as well as bring his "out-of-the-box" thinking strategies to the table as we strive for continuous improvement
While Charles has 27 years of experience managing health care finance, he has served as Edgerton Hospital’s chief financial officer for the past seven years. Highly accredited, Charles is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a BA from St. John’s University and a MBA from Tulane University. Prior to his current position, Charles was a college instructor, a CPA firm auditor and a controller/CFO at a variety of hospitals. He had the pleasure of accepting both HFMA’s Folmer Bronze and Reeves Silver Merit awards.
Chief Nursing Officer
Sue oversees all clinical staff and manages all aspects of patient care. In addition to being a Registered Nurse, Sue has over 14 years of experience in health care and insurance review, and over 10 years in discharge planning and family assistance. Prior to joining the team at Edgerton Hospital in 2004, Sue held Utilization and Case Management positions for large insurance firms, taught a Medical Ethics class at Blackhawk Technical College and managed a HIM department. Sue is currently a member of the WI Nursing Association, American Health Information Management Association and is a Stephen Minister.
Elizabeth earned her Bachelor of Science in Education from UW-Whitewater in 2008. And, she earned her Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix in 2012. She accepted the position of Quality Director at Edgerton Hospital in August 2012. As Quality Director, Elizabeth works to increase patient satisfaction, collect and analyze data, and ensure the work flows and processes of the hospital run smoothly.
SPRH – Director of Human Resources
With over 20 years of experience in human resources and seven years in the health care industry, Mark brings a wealth of knowledge to this position. Most recently, Mark served as Director of Human Resources for First Supply, LLC, where he developed and implemented a Management Trainee Program, a Leadership Development Program, and served on the strategic management team. Mark achieved his Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification in 1999 and served on the Wisconsin Legislative Council Special Committee on Labor Shortage as a representative of private industry throughout 2000. He achieved Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification in 2005, and is currently a member of the Society for Human Resources Management. Mark received his Bachelor of Science degree from UW-Stevens Point.
Tom has over 30 years of experience in maintenance and facilities management. Tom is a retired Army Reservist with 23 years of service to our country. Tom also served as the owner representative/project manager for the construction of the new Edgerton Hospital, which opened in the fall of 2011.
Bonnie has extensive work experience in foundation and non-profit areas. She served for 12 years as President of the Janesville Foundation, which supported significant community programs and projects including scholarships, international education, the Janesville Arboretum, and Rotary Gardens Educational Center. She was a founding board member and chaired the curriculum committee that developed the inaugural curriculum of the first adult Leadership Development Academy for Janesville. She has her B.A. in Liberal Arts Studies from Goucher College. Bonnie oversees all fundraising efforts at Edgerton Hospital.
Brian Stubitsch, MD
Medical Director of Emergency Services/Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Stubitsch is board certified in emergency medicine and will oversee all aspects of the hospital’s emergency program, hospitalist program, as well as advise the administration team on clinical areas. Prior to joining the team at Edgerton Hospital, Dr. Stubitsch served as Med Flight Physician for UW Hospital & Clinics, Director of Trauma Services at Divine Savior Hospital, EMS Medical Director for Arlington, Poynette and Pardeeville and held numerous attending physician positions at major hospitals. He has instructed other physicians as a Clinical Assistant Professor at UW Hospital, Meriter Hospital and Rockford Memorial Hospital.