October 20, 2016
Rusk County Memorial Hospital (RCMH) is excited to announce the arrival of their new Chief Patient Care Officer (CPCO), Jeff Euclide, BSN, MBA, NEA-BC. As CPCO, Euclide will provide the strategic direction for the Emergency Department and Urgent Care, Surgical Services, Cardiac Rehab, Swing Bed Program and Intensive Care Unit. He also oversees the nurse anesthetists, Hospital Medicine Program, quality improvement initiatives and discharge planning.
“I chose RCMH because I felt a strong connection to the forward-thinking leadership team, the great caregivers I met and the community. Ladysmith reminds me a lot of Chilton, where I grew up, and Slinger, where we raised our children.”
Euclide comes to RCMH with 29 years of hospital and nursing leadership. Of those years, 26 have been spent in Wisconsin. For the last three years, Euclide was the Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer for a 222 bed Trauma Level II hospital in southeastern Michigan. He is excited to be back in Wisconsin and working with Rusk County Memorial Hospital.
Euclide is married, has three adult children living in the Midwest and two granddaughters. He enjoys hunting, fishing, bicycling, being outdoors and spending time with his family.