IAHCSMM Announces 2015-2016 Executive Board Members

The International Association of Healthcare Central Service Materiel Management (IAHCSMM) announces three new appointments to the 2015-2016 executive board.

Steve Adams, RN, BA, CRCST, nurse manager for sterile processing at Greater Baltimore Medical Center, was elected president-elect. Mark Duro, CRCST, FCS, CS manager for New England Baptist Hospital, and Tony Thurmond, CRCST, CHL, sterile processing and distribution manager for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, were appointed as representatives to the board.

The board positions officially took effect May 5, 2015, during the IAHCSMM Annual Conference in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

“We warmly welcome Steve as president-elect, and are pleased to have Mark and Tony as members of the executive board,” says IAHCSMM executive director Susan Adams. “Each brings to the executive board valuable experience and insight. We look forward to their contributions to IAHCSMM, the board, and the association’s collective membership.”

The complete 2015-2016 IAHCSMM executive board is as follows:

IAHCSMM Officers

David Jagrosse, CRCST
Central Sterile Manager
Middlesex Hospital

Steve Adams, RN, BA, CRCST
Nurse Manager, Sterile Processing
Greater Baltimore Medical Center

Cathy Hayton, CRCST, CHL
Manager, Sterile Processing and Safe Patient Handling
Evergreen Medical Center

Executive Board Members

Mark Duro, CRCST, FCS
CS Manager
New England Baptist Hospital

Larry Guittard, CRCST
Associate Director CSS
Elmhurst Hospital

Karen Nauss, CRCST
Sterile Processing Manager
Mount Auburn Hospital

Tony Thurmond, CRCST, CHL
Sterile Processing and Distribution Manager
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Executive Director
Susan Adams

The International Association of Healthcare Central Service Materiel Management is the premier association for professionals in healthcare central service/materiel management. IAHCSMM provides structural educational opportunities, professional development and a forum for information exchange to more than 22,000 members worldwide. For more information, visit www.iahcsmm.org.