CHI - St. Anthony

Summer 2015

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CATHOLIC HEALTH INITIATIVES /// 2 S cot has years of experience working in critical access hospitals. He comes from Mid-Valley Hospital in Omak, Washington, where he started as the senior accountant, moved up to controller, and for the past 16 years, has served as the CFO. Previously, he spent two years at Newport Community Hospital in Newport, Washington. Scot graduated from Deer Park High School in Spokane, Washington. He did mission work for two years in Spain, then graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Scot's wife, Erin, currently works for the Omak School District in special education. They have three children: Conner, who works for a cruise line company in Alaska and will be attending Eastern Washington University this fall; Hannah, who graduated from high school in June and will be attending Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington; and Sam, who will begin his freshman year of high school here in Pendleton. "It was time for a change—both personally and professionally," Scot says. "I'm very excited to work for a large, faith-based system and learn from a dierent organization." We welcome Scot and his family to Pendleton and look forward to working with him as our CFO. Welcome, Scot Attridge CHI St. Anthony Hospital is pleased to welcome Scot Attridge, our new Chief Financial Ocer (CFO). Take the Next Step in Your Career Looking for a new job? When it comes to career potential, the healthcare industry shines. A ccording to a 2013 report compiled by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the healthcare industry will add more new jobs between 2012 and 2022 than any other industry. While doctors or nurses may come to mind when you think of healthcare professions, jobs in the healthcare eld are diverse. "There is potential for growth and development in all areas of health care— from direct patient care to management and operational infrastructure such as bioengineering, maintenance and IT," says Janeen Reding, Director of Human Resources at CHI St. Anthony Hospital. "Working in the healthcare industry also oers a unique opportunity to give back to your community." A GREAT PLACE TO PRACTICE As more physicians enter specialties, fewer primary care doctors are available, especially in rural areas. CHI St. Anthony Hospital is confronting this shortage by oering competitive benets and forging partnerships with other local and national healthcare organizations. "My goal is to bring professionals who provide the highest level of care to Pendleton," says Mary Green, Physician/Provider Recruiter at CHI St. Anthony Hospital. "In turn, we ensure these providers have a great quality of life in our community." For more information about medical careers available at CHI St. Anthony Hospital, visit

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