Door County Medical Center CEO Jerry Worrick retires

The New Year will bring a big change at the helm of Door County Medical Center.  President and CEO Jerry Worrick will retire from that post on January 5th after 31-years of service.  Worrick is credited with improving the patient experience and building DCMC's Cancer Care Center, which allows patients to get treatment closer to home.  Current Chief Administrative Officer Brian Stephens has been named to succeed Worrik.  Stephens says he hopes to continue building up Worrik's successes.




Stephens has been with Door County Medical Center for 13-years and put together a curriculum with Worrick, which they reviewed every two weeks for the past 18 months in anticipation of Worrik's retirement.

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