21. September 2008 19:00
Mary Kerrigan, RN, of Colgate was appointed to the Moraine Park Technical College District Board as an employer member through June 30, 2010.
“It is very exciting to be given the opportunity to be a district board member of a teaching organization with a mission, vision and strategic goals that are closely aligned with my own personal and professional goals,” said Kerrigan, who served her first meeting on Sept. 17. “I look forward to learning, sharing and serving the community in my new role.”
Kerrigan is the director of patient care at the 70-physician, multi-specialty West Bend Clinic, where she works with a team of Patient Care Supervisors and Administrative support staff to oversee clinical operations. She is also involved in organizational strategic planning, physician recruitment, practice development and optimization. In her role, Kerrigan manages a multimillion-dollar operational and capital budget.
Prior to joining West Bend Clinic in 2002, Kerrigan was the director of the New Life Center at St. Joseph Community Hospital in West Bend. Before that, she served in various roles at St. Michael Hospital in Milwaukee, including director of the Center for Women and Infants. A 1977 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh (cum laude), Kerrigan holds a bachelor of science degree in nursing. She also was a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society.
“We are very pleased to have a person with Mary's background and experience on our board,” said Dr. Gayle Hytrek, Moraine Park president. “Her knowledge of the health care field will be invaluable as the board makes decisions regarding our many health care programs.”
Kerrigan and her husband Tim have lived in Washington County for 27 years. They have three daughters who graduated from Hartford Union High School.