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Feb 7, 2017

Craig Webb is Chairman of the governing board of Kirby Medical Center, a 16-bed critical access hospital in Monticello, Illinois. Craig is originally from Springfield, Illinois, and has an extensive background in retail, holding many positions including management, marketing and ownership. Currently, Craig works in engineering, and has been on the board of Kirby Medical Center since 1993, when he was asked to join when another board member retired. He has held the role of Chairman for the past three years.

“The thing that we look forward to is people taking charge of their own healthcare, and we can help them do that.”

Kirby Hospital was originally built in 1941 when locals John and Mary Kirby left money and property to build a medical facility. It first started in an old mansion, and the new Kirby Medical Center was built in 2011. Today it is the smallest critical hospital in the state of Illinois, with two successful satellite clinics in Atwood and Cerro Gordo, Illinois.

 

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