About Stephen Erixon
Stephen Erixon - Professional Summary:
Over the course of his professional career, Mr. Stephen M. Erixon has built a solid reputation for his skillful efficiency and leadership. With a recent role as CEO of Skaggs Regional Medical Center, Steve Erixon consistently demonstrated the value of his deep knowledge and managerial skills. Under Steve Erixon’s keen management, Skaggs Regional Medical Center enjoyed myriad improvements, including increased services and savings. Steve Erixon specializes in guiding hospitals of all shapes and sizes through extensive improvements, including the opening of a cancer treatment center, digital data conversions, bankruptcy, and more. Steve Erixon infuses a unique and refreshing vibe into the hospital staff atmosphere, with proven increases in employee morale.
Steve Erixon laid the foundation for his professional success as an undergraduate at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Committed to academic excellence, Steve Erixon graduated with his Bachelor’s degree in Business Economics in 1978. Endeavoring to connect his interest in health management with his strong background in fiscal management, Steve Erixon returned to college, earning his Master of Health Administration from Duke University. Today, Steve Erixon supplements his knowledge through his Fellowship with the American College of Healthcare Executives.
An active member of his community, Steve Erixon has been a member of the Rotary Club for over a decade. Steve Erixon has also worked for the Branson, Missouri, Chamber of Commerce; the Missouri Hospital Association; the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, and the State of Arkansas. Steve Erixon also donates to charitable organizations, such as the American Heart Association and the American Cancer Society.
When he is not working, Steve Erixon can be found running, skiing, or sporting clays.
Mr. Steve Erixon currently makes his home in Hollister, Missouri.
Stephen Erixon - Education:
1974 - 1975 University of Nebraska - Business Administration
1978 - 1980 Duke Univerisity - MHA in Hospital and Healthcare Administration
1975 - 1978 University of California Santa Barbara - BA in Economics