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With Gratitude, Betsy Deibel

Wickenburg Community Hospital & Clinics extends heartfelt gratitude to Betsy Deibel for her many years of dedicated service on the Hospital Board of Directors and to bettering her community.

Betsy Deibel graduated from St. Johns School of nursing in Rapid City, South Dakota and studied at Montana Stat University. She ended her 30 year nursing career as head nurse for the Family Practice residency program at Scottsdale Memorial Hospital. During her time in Scottsdale she served on the board of Westminster Village Senior living facility, the first of its kind in Scottsdale, and the board of the Scottsdale Mental Health Foundation. Betsy was also a founder and past president of the auxiliary for the Scottsdale foundation for handicapped.

During her time in Wickenburg she has served multiple terms on the board of Wickenburg Community Hospital as well as the Wickenburg Community Hospital Foundation. “I have known Betsy for 24 years and during that time she has had a heart and passion for this organization like none other. Together we have seen our hospital grow to the amazing healthcare institution it is today. She cares about the staff, the community and the health care needs of everyone that comes through our doors. Her leadership will be missed.” Peter Stachowicz, COO.

Betsy’s interest in serving as part of the board was to continue to be part of the hospital and its growing ability to provide more complete medical needs to the community. Jackie Lundblad, CEO states, “Betsy Deibel has seen many changes at Wickenburg Community Hospital & Clinics during her 25 years of service to the organization. In truth, Betsy has been an integral part of the growth and development of Wickenburg’s rural healthcare system. Her contributions have richly blessed our community. Thank you, Betsy, for sharing your time and talents with Wickenburg.”

Betsy Deibel, a pillar of our hospital community, retires from the board of directors, leaving behind a legacy of dedication and compassion.