Brigham City, UT – Brigham City Community Hospital is excited to announce that Stacey Crandall, RN, BSN, has accepted the position of Emergency Services Director. Leading up to this announcement, Stacey held the role of Emergency Services Director for Cache Valley Hospital. After careful consideration, leadership teams at both MountainStar Healthcare facilities decided to consolidate Emergency Services Directorship.

“I am thrilled to be a part of the Brigham City Community Hospital team. I am passionate about emergency care, employee satisfaction and patient satisfaction,” Crandall said. “I'm also excited to grow our partnership with the emergency physicians and EMS professionals with the goal of continuing to provide the best emergency care to the people of Box Elder County.”

Crandall, a Logan native, has been a nurse for the past 18 years. Her work experience includes frontline care as a registered nurse in medical, surgical, wound care, home health and hospice and emergency nursing care. She's had additional leadership experience as a director and administrator in home health and hospice, serving multiple locations in Northern Utah, South East Idaho and Wyoming. This experience gave her the leadership foundation to lead the ER at Cache Valley Hospital for the past 3 years, and now lead Brigham City Community Hospital's ER as well.

“She is a highly skilled, transformational nurse with great leadership attributes,” said Jason Fugleberg, Chief Nursing Officer at Brigham City Community Hospital. “I have full confidence that she will help us build upon the strong foundation that has been set and move us forward to new heights.”

While serving as Emergency Services Director at Cache Valley Hospital, Stacey regularly led her team to high rankings in patient satisfaction scores when compared with survey results from the 180+ emergency room departments throughout HCA Healthcare, Cache Valley and Brigham City Community Hospitals' parent company.

Both hospitals currently hold a certification as a Level IV Trauma Center. In addition, both ERs are Certified Stroke Receiving Centers and specialize in heart attack treatment.

About Brigham City Community Hospital

Recognized among the nation's 100 Top Hospitals® by IBM Watson in 2019, Brigham City Community Hospital is one of the 20 best small community hospitals nationwide. This 40-bed hospital achieved a 5-star rating from Healthgrades for sepsis treatment. As a Level IV Trauma Center, it is among a small number of rural hospitals nationwide to staff board-certified physicians at its emergency department. It is one of eight MountainStar hospitals accredited as a Chest Pain Center by the American College of Cardiology. Visit: Brigham City Community Hospital .