The leaders of Memorial Health System guide the rest of the staff through their strong commitment to outstanding, quality care to the community. Therefore, staff from each affiliate finds it important to do their best to make patients, residents, patrons, and guests feel welcome, comfortable, and happy. “Caring For You” is not just a motto—it is a top priority at Memorial Health System.
Brenda Moffitt, Chief Nursing Officer, came to Memorial Hospital in November of 2014 after being the Director of Education and Organizational Development at Stormont-Vail Health Care in Topeka.
Brenda received both her Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN) and Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Wichita State University. She is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse and Board Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist. Brenda is currently serving as the President of the Kansas State Board of Nursing. She has been a member of the board since 2004 and has served on various committees.
Brenda currently volunteers as a Kansas Education Advocate and is a Kansas Supreme Court Certified Mediator. She has been an Instructor at Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina, Director of Hutchinson Community College Practical Nursing Program, Director McPherson School of Practical Nursing and Allied Health, Adjunct Faculty of McPherson College, Instructor for McPherson School of Practical Nursing, and Instructor for McPherson Center Central Kansas Area Vocational-Technical School.
She is responsible for nursing staff at the hospital which includes the Emergency Department, Outpatient, Obstetrics, Medical/Surgical Unit, Sterile Processing, and Surgery departments. She also oversees the Social Services Department, the Pharmacy Department, and the Laboratory Department.
The Chief Financial Officer, Elgin Glanzer, began his career with Memorial Health System in 1994 and has worked in the healthcare industry since 1988. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Tabor College in Hillsboro, Kansas, and a Master of Business Administration degree from Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas. He is a Certified Healthcare Financial Professional, a member of the Healthcare Financial Managers Association, and has earned the designation of Fellow of Healthcare Financial Managers Association. He is a past president for the Sunflower chapter of Healthcare Financial Managers Association. He has served in numerous capacities in church leadership. He has dedicated his life career to serving in non-profit organizations.
Elgin married his wife, Sheree, in 1980. They have two married children Nick married to Roxanne and Heidi married to Daniel.
Elgin is responsible for assisting management and administration in making financially responsible decisions and maximizing resource utilization in the areas of materials management, computer information systems, health information management, and reporting financial information. He also develops controls to ensure proper use and authorization of hospital monies.
Amy Hoch Altwegg has been the Executive Director at Village Manor since 2002. She has been an administrator since 1993 and has worked in long-term care since 1985.
She earned a Bachelor degree in Social Science with an emphasis on industry and labor relations from Kansas State University. She also received a secondary degree in gerontology with an emphasis in long-term care administration from Kansas State University.
Amy’s community and professional involvement consists of being a member of the Board of Directors Leadership Dickinson County, a member of the Board of Directors Youth Leadership Dickinson County, a member of the Board of Directors Quality of Life Coalition, a member of the Board of Directors Dickinson County Cooperative Extension, a member of the Board of Directors of Adult Home Care Administrators, serves on the Kansas Health Policy Authority, and is a past member of the Board of Directors Kansas Health Care Association for nine years. She is a member of the Kansas Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, a Rotary member, a School Mentor for Big Brothers and Sisters, a member of the 2005 City Commission Strategic Planning Committee, and a Relay For Life Committee member (corporate sponsor chair). She is a 2005 Graduate of Leadership Dickinson County and in 2005 was honored with the Dietary Managers Association Administrator of the year award.