Ryon Stubblefield

Ryon Stubblefield, MHA

Ryon is a native of Lufkin, Texas. He earned his Master of Health Administration from the University of Iowa and his Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX. Ryon worked for the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics throughout his time in graduate school, and he completed his administrative residency at Katherine Shaw Bethea Hospital (KSB Hospital) in Dixon, IL.

During his time at UIHC and KSB Hospital, Ryon was exposed to numerous areas of healthcare operations. He has experience in ambulatory clinics, rural healthcare, and finance. He jumpstarted initiatives to optimize quicker check in processes for patients and staff, managed the employee journey strategic pillar to improve employee experience, and led a daily safety huddle as part of the covid safety plan.

In Ryon’s free time, he can be found working out at CrossFit Ridgeline, hiking at state and national parks, and attending WVU Mountaineer athletic events.

Kelsey Spielvogel, MHA

Kelsey Spielvogel, MHA

Kelsey is from Martins Ferry, Ohio, she earned her Master of Health Administration from The Ohio State University and her Bachelor of Arts in Health Administration and Health & Fitness from Muskingum University. After Kelsey’s first year of graduate school, she completed her Administrative Residency at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center East Hospital and continued to work there throughout the second year of her program.

She worked closely with the Executive Director, Director of Nursing Services, and Lead Process Engineer to increase Central Sterile Supply’s accuracy rate of orthopedic instruments and to identify MD/RN joint rounding best practice.

Kelsey has experience in community hospitals, process improvement, infection prevention, and long-term care.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her fiancé and family, and engaging in physical activity by going to Planet Fitness and/or hiking in the mountains of West Virginia.


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