Meg Tait of Ames has announced her retirement from the Story County Medical Center Board of Trustees. Having served the residents of Story County as a trustee of Story Medical for 12 years, Tait led the Board through many projects including the opening of Story Medical Clinic – Slater, the building of a new clinic for Story Medical Clinic – Nevada in 1999 and most recently the South Campus replacement hospital project.
“Leaving the Board was a decision I did not take lightly,” said Tait at the November Board of Trustees meeting. “I am delighted that I have had the opportunity to serve for so many years, and I look forward to seeing the medical center continue to grow.”
Chairman of the Board, David Anderson, presented Tait with an award to commemorate her contributions to Story County Medical Center.
“I am sad to see her go,” said Anderson. “Rarely have I seen a Board member as invested in her organization as Meg has been in Story County Medical Center.”
Anderson, who has sat on the Story County Medical Center Board of Trustees since 1990 was also celebrated at the November meeting with a cake congratulating him on 20 years of service to the Board.
Anderson, who was surprised that it had been twenty years, said he quit counting years ago!
“I know the importance that this hospital has to the residents of Story County, and it has been a pleasure serving on the Board with such wonderful people all of these years.”
For over 50 years, Story County Medical Center, Story Medical Clinics and Story Medical Senior Care have been the trusted providers of high-quality, local healthcare services for the people of Story County. Their new, modern South Campus creates a healing environment that matches the personalized care and clinical expertise of its medical staff. Visit www.StoryMedical.orgfor more information.