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Mile Bluff’s Chief Nursing Officer retires

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Jean and her husband, Steve

On Wednesday, November 3, the staff of Mile Bluff Medical Center celebrated the career and retirement of Jean Surguy, Chief Nursing Officer.

According to Mile Bluff’s CEO, James O’Keefe, “Throughout her 11 years here, Jean was involved in leading us to accomplish many great things. We wish her well in her retirement.”

Surguy recalls some of Mile Bluff’s most memorable achievements that took place during her time in Mauston: “In medical imaging we brought in interventional radiology procedures, 3D mammography and state-of-the-art scanners. We opened a second dialysis center in Lake Delton that serves travelers and local patients. We built a sleep center with a homey atmosphere inside Terrace Heights. We listened to our customers and welcomed our first midwife; and now we have started offering water births. And the number of infusion and cancer care patients we serve has almost tripled.”

“It is always bittersweet to say good-bye; but I do it with pride in my heart” stated Surguy. “I am confident that Mile Bluff will always be a great place for my family and I to receive healthcare.”