a man and woman pose while holding a wood plaque for the retiring hospital board member

Ann Engen Retires from Hospital Board After 34 Years

Ann Engen, a long-time member of the Glacial Ridge Hospital Board of Directors, has retired after 34 years.

Ann has provided valuable guidance and leadership during significant organizational growth and change. During her tenure, Glacial Ridge Health System expanded its services, completed many building projects, opened new facilities, and received numerous awards for quality and patient care.

“We are deeply grateful for Ann’s service to Glacial Ridge Health System and the community,” said Kirk Stensrud, CEO. “Her dedication to our mission and commitment to excellence have been instrumental in our success. We wish her all the best.”

Directors are elected to represent each township and city included in the hospital district. Ann represented Gilchrist Township on the hospital board. Ann Engen is pictured with Board Chair Bruce Harvey.

For more than 100 years, Glacial Ridge Health System has provided the highest-quality heartfelt care to Glenwood and the west-central region. As a local hospital with a long-standing history, our foundation is strongly rooted in our communities where we provide compassionate and comprehensive healthcare services. Glacial Ridge Health System is comprised of a 22-bed Critical Access, Trauma Level IV hospital, a surgery center, three medical centers, an eye center, an ambulance service, homecare, hospice, EMS training center, wellness center, and Ridgewood Villa senior living apartments. Learn more at glacialridge.org.