Chief Executive Officer
Bob received his Master’s Degree from Nebraska Methodist, is a Fellow of the American College of Medical Practice Executives and is a Certified LEAN Champion Healthcare. Bob’s career spans over 35 years in both hospital and medical practice leadership.
Bob is an Eagle Scout. He enjoys cooking, gardening, snowshoeing, hunting and family.
Bob was a past president of Emmet County Rotary Foundation, Red Cross, Chamber of Commerce and United Way. He was elected to the Petoskey School Board and served at Treasurer and President. He presently serves on the Board of the Schoolcraft Tourism and Commerce and is a member of the Manistique Rotary Club.
Bob is married to Terri and they have six grown children, 13 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operating Officer
Boyd received his Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Utah State University, his MBA from Weber State University and his JD from Washburn School of Law. Boyd has worked in finance in government and healthcare for over 10 years. He has worked in healthcare finance in a larger community hospital, FQHCs, and Critical Access Hospitals.
Boyd is an Eagle Scout. He earned a Distinguished Service award from the University of Utah Physician Assistant program. He enjoys sports particularly football and baseball, reading, cooking, exploring/traveling, golf, and family.
Boyd is a member of Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA). He has served as newsletter editor for the Utah chapter of HFMA. Boyd has also served on the board of directors for United Way of Valdez. He has also filled numerous volunteer positions within his church.
Boyd is married to Alice and they have three children named Nolan, Afton and Mia.
Chief Information and Ancillary Officer
Kent earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology Security from Western Governor’s University. He is currently pursing graduate studies for a Master’s degree in Integrated Healthcare Management, also from WGU. At the hospital, Kent oversees the Cardiopulmonary, Information Technology, Laboratory, Medical Imaging, and Rehab Departments.
Kent currently holds several professional certifications including Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CPHIMS), Healthcare Certified Information Security and Privacy Practictioner (HCISPP), and other industry certifications from Cisco, CompTIA, and Microsoft.
Kent is a member of the Health Information and Management Systems Society, Information Systems Audit and Control Association, International Information System Security Certification Consortium, Association for Computing Machines, and Microsoft IT Advisory Board. He currently chairs the UP Healthcare Solutions IT Committee. Kent has been active in CBC for over 10 years, helps mentor the Manistique High School Robotics team, and is a member of the BPOE Elks Lodge #632.
Kent is a native of Manistique and lives here with his wife (Tara). They have three kids (James, Juletta and Livia) with one more on the way.
Chief Resources Officer
Kathy has over 25 years of leadership experience in human resources and hospital operations in healthcare. She has a Six Sigma Green Belt certification from Motorola University, is a certified Lean Leader, and has a Senior Professional Human Resources certification. Kathy has worked in small, rural hospitals and large healthcare systems, and her passion is providing service excellence to employees and patients. In previous roles, Kathy has served as Vice President of Human Resources, Chief Human Resources Officer, Chief Operating Officer, and most recently completed an assignment in California as a hospital consultant.
Kathy was born and raised in west-central Michigan, and has worked/resided in Arizona, California, North Carolina, Kentucky and Wisconsin. Kathy is married to husband, Curt, and has one son, Andrew. Andrew works for the largest healthcare system in the Tampa Bay area and is pursuing a career in nursing.
In her spare time, Kathy makes Petoskey Stone jewelry and is a commissioned artist.
Chief Quality Officer
Marc (Tiger) received his Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from Finlandia University. After graduation he began his nursing career in Colorado at a psychiatric hospital. While working he began his pursuit to obtain his master’s degree and graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Master’s in Health Care Administration and Nursing. Prior to moving to Manistique he worked as a Patient Care Director in Minneapolis, MN.
Marc is currently a member of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA) and American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE). In 2018, he completed a yearlong fellowship with the AONE Nurse Director group. He is also a certified Psychiatric Nurse through American Nurse Credentialing Center (ANCC).
Marc is originally from the UP and enjoys spending time with family, four wheeling, and playing/coaching hockey. He is married to Emily and has two kids (Bauer and Cooper).
Chief Nursing Officer (CNO)
Born in Sault Ste. Marie, MI. Raised in the Township of Ishpeming and graduated from Westwood H.S. Scott served in the U.S. Navy as a Corpsman for 5 years active duty. Scott lived abroad in Bahrain for 3 years. He attended Northern Michigan University where he graduated with his BSN (RN). He has achieved his Master’s in Healthcare Administration through Walden University.
Scott’s medical background spans over 25 years of experience. He has worked in Military Medical Hospitals and Clinics, Hospital systems, Federally Qualified Health Clinics, and now a Critical Access Hospital setting.
Scott was trained in LEAN concepts and has participated in several process improvements. He currently serves on the St. Francis School Board.
Scott enjoys the outdoors, where he can fish, hunt and explore.
Scott is married to Rochell and has two children (Bryce and Malia) who are very active in sports.
Director of the Rural Health Clinic
Kimberly received her Bachelors of Science in Business Administration at Central Michigan University and her LPN degree at Gogebic Community College several years later. She has years of experience in management and marketing along with serving as an AmeriCorps Volunteer where she served disadvantaged youth in education before entering the health care field.
Kimberly graduated at the top of her nursing class. She enjoys flower gardening, painting and camping.
Kimberly was elected to the Ontonagon School Board and severed as secretary. She was also a 4-H Leader, Catechist and a member of the Drum and Bugle Corps of Ontonagon. She presently serves on the City Council for Manistique as Mayor pro tem.
Kimberly is married to John and they have two children and one grandchild. Her husband is the high school principal and together they spend time traveling to visit family, camping and planning their retirement!!
Director of HomeCare & Hospice
Kristin Peterson received her Registered Nurse degree in 1990 and began her career in the acute care setting; on the cardiac unit for Marquette General Hospital and then as charge nurse for Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital. It was in 1994 that she found her true calling as a Home Health and Hospice Nurse Case Manager. In 2003 she accepted her current position as the SMH HomeCare and Hospice Director.
Kristin is a native of Upper Michigan and lives on the Garden Peninsula with her husband Kevin. They have 3 grown children and 2 grandchildren. Kristin enjoys spending time with family and friends; camping, boating, and exploring. She also enjoys traveling and cooking.
Sara received her Honors Bachelor’s Degree with a double major in psychology and criminology at the University of Western in Ontario, Canada. Sara worked as a counselor for several years before her career in business and marketing. Prior to her role at SMH, she was the director of a wellness club in Sault Ste. Marie, ON Canada. Her passion for holistic health and wellness sparked her interest in the health care marketing field.
Sara has years of experience planning special events and fundraisers for various organizations. Sara serves as the Chair for the Community Staff Relations Team at SMH which allows her to plan events and create community partnerships. Sara manages the Greeter Volunteer program at the hospital. She presently serves as the vice-chair for St. Francis de Sales Catholic Elementary School Board. She is responsible for coordinating the Feeding America Mobile Food Trucks in the area, the annual Community Health Fair and the Festival of Trees.
Sara resides in Manistique with her husband and son. She is originally from Sault Ste. Marie, ON Canada and has traveled the world (Australia, Thailand, Fiji, Europe) prior to her move to the United States. She enjoys the outdoors, adventure travel and spending time with family.
Kris received her Associate’s Degree at Bay de Noc Community College.
She has been employed at Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital since November 1987. She serves in the role as Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer, Secretary to the Board of Trustees, and Medical Staff Credentials Clerk, for the first ten years she was also Personnel Manager.
Kris enjoys golf, volleyball, walking, camping, and spending time with her family.
Kristen is married to Addie and has one daughter and one step-son.
Everyone in the ambulatory care/outpatient surgery were great!! They all made me feel very comfortable and did a great job!!! thank you to the whole outpatient staff and Doctor Rayner..I would recommend Schoolcraft or patient to anyone in need of surgery
Reviewer: Jeremy Sitkoski
out of 5 stars
The care that was provided by The nurses (Cindy, Felicia Ruth) and staff was exceptional. The entire staff was very friendly and made you feel welcome. We received a call from Felicia the next day to check on my husband to check his pain level and do a follow up. The surgery area from check in to check out was well organized, clean, and up to date. Thank you to all of you for what you do so well and everything beyond your normal duties.
Reviewer: Maureen DesChamps
5 out of 5 stars