McLaren Thumb Region and McLaren Caro Region announce the new Chief Nursing Officer/Vice President of Patient Care Services

Marc'L Neumann, MSA, BSN, RN will assume her new role effective October 23, 2022.

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Marc’L Neumann, MSA, BSN, RN, as Chief Nursing Officer/Vice President of Patient Care Services for McLaren Thumb Region and McLaren Caro Region, effective October 23, 2022.

Marc’L brings nearly 20 years of nursing and leadership experience to her new role. An accomplished strategic and operational leader in hospital systems large and small, Marc’L holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Saginaw Valley State University in addition to a Master’s of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University. As a lifelong resident of Huron County, she is proud to serve the communities our two Critical Access Hospitals support in her new leadership role.

Marc’L began her career as a registered nurse in the emergency department at McLaren Thumb Region—a position that laid the foundation for her career and fostered her love for rural health. From there, Marc’L gained experience at St. Mary’s of Michigan as a registered nurse before coming back to McLaren Thumb Region as the Director of Acute Care & Emergency Department for several years. Most recently, before her current role as Quality Program Manager for McLaren Thumb Region and McLaren Caro Region, Marc’L spent four years at McLaren Bay Region as the Director of Patient Care Services and Critical Care Manager. In this position, she provided direct leadership over three high-acuity critical care units and a Level III Trauma Center designated emergency department which provided care to over 35,000 patients annually.

Throughout her extensive background, Marc’L has demonstrated an engaged leadership style along with a strong commitment to ensuring the delivery of the highest quality of care. Operationally, culturally, and professionally, Marc’L understands how to achieve the best possible results for our patients. Her expert assessment and restructuring skills have time and again resulted in patient care excellence, financial success, and improved culture. These skills will no doubt be a tremendous asset to our nursing and leadership team.

Marc’L Neumann