Dave Steinmann, is married with two children. Loves outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, boating, and gardening. Enjoys watching sports, especially the Kansas City Chiefs. Dave started in healthcare as a Respiratory Therapy Technician in 1994. Received an AAS in Respiratory Therapy from OTC in Springfield, a Bachelor of General Studies, and an MBA from Drury University in Springfield.
“It is my honor to serve our communities by helping to provide the very best in primary medical care, Dental, and behavioral health services to our patients.” “We strive to provide the very best in healthcare quality and customer service locally in our surrounding communities of Fordland, Kimberling City, and Springfield.”
Ray Seiberlich, is a 1984 graduate with a Bachelor of Science from Southwest Missouri State University (now known as Missouri State). Ray has spent over 25 years in the non-profit world in management and overseeing grants, the last twelve years in healthcare finance. “My vision in life is to help people and be devoted in serving the needs of the community in which I work and live.”
Chief Operations Officer
Aimee Jarrett has a Bachelor of Science degree from Drury University and a Master’s in Business Administration with an emphasis in Health Care Administration from William Woods University. Prior to becoming the Chief Operations Officer for Fordland Clinic, Aimee served in similar leadership roles with Mercy and Ozarks Medical Center as the director of operations for Family Medicine, Urgent Care, Women’s, and Children’s services including Rural Health Clinics in Southern Missouri. She is pleased to call Fordland “home”. “I am excited and proud to work in partnership with the Fordland Clinics’ communities to promote the health and well-being of our patients”.
Human Resource Director
Bethany Henson has a Bachelor of Science degree from Missouri State University. She started working in the non-profit community health center setting in 2017 and is excited to be part of the Fordland Clinic team. “I am so grateful that I get to help the people who care for our patients. I have seen time and time again the impact our providers and support staff have in our patients’ lives, and I am so glad I get to play a small part in what Fordland Clinic does for our community.”
Director of Quality and Risk Management
Shayla has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Western Governors University and is certified as a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality as well as a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist. Before becoming the Quality and Risk Manager for Fordland Clinic, Shayla served in leadership, quality, and education roles over the past 15 years with Mercy, most recently as the Primary Care Nurse Manager and Manager for Case Management and Quality supporting primary care clinics throughout SWMO. Shayla Cook is married with 4 children. She loves spending time with family as well as hiking, canoeing, and being outdoors. Shayla graduated from Fordland High School.