JACKSON, Wyo. — With a new state-of-the art senior living community opening at St. John’s Health next summer, a seasoned nurse leader from the executive team was appointed to take the helm of senior living services.
St. John’s today announced Marsha Sensat, MSN, will assume the role of interim administrator, effective September 18, following the resignation of executive director Malenda Hoelscher. Sensat will continue to serve as chief nursing officer in addition to the new post.
“I expect that this transition will be very smooth based not only on Marsha’s impressive capabilities, but also on the depth of leadership and nursing experience of our amazing staff at the Living Center. This is a team that has been together for many years and has earned numerous state and national awards for their resident-focused care,” said CEO Paul Beaupré, MD. “The next year will bring for them, along with our residents, a new facility that parallels the standard of excellence that they have worked so hard to set.”
Beaupré commended Hoelscher her for her numerous leadership accomplishments since joining St. John’s Living Center in 2017:
After three years of many accomplishments at St. John’s, Hoelscher is leaving Jackson Hole to return home to her extended family in South Dakota.
“I’m looking forward to being in South Dakota and welcoming my first grandbaby there in November,” Hoelscher said. “However, I will always think of the team at the Living Center as second to none, and I know that the ability to lead such a great team and be part of the strategic and design work for Sage Living was truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.”
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