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Lake Regional Announces New Leaders

Monday, November 22, 2021

Lake Regional Health System is pleased to announce the start of three new managers.

Stacy Anstine, R.T. (R) (T) CMD, manager of Radiation Oncology Stacy Anstine, R.T. (R) (T) CMD, manager of Radiation Oncology

Stacy Anstine, R.T. (R) (T) CMD, has been promoted to manager of Radiation Oncology. She will ensure all radiation services, such as radiation therapy, dosimetry, physics and other radiation modalities, meet quality and regulatory standards. Anstine has worked at Lake Regional since 2004. She started as an X-ray technician and then moved into the role of a radiation therapist before becoming a dosimetrist in 2010. She is an innovative and collaborative leader who provides exceptional experiences for patients and colleagues. Anstine lives in Lake Ozark.

Theresa Beem, R.N., manager of Medical Oncology Theresa Beem, R.N., manager of Medical Oncology

Theresa Beem, R.N., BSN, has been promoted to manager of Medical Oncology. She will oversee operations for Medical Oncology services, the chemotherapy team and nurse navigators for the Cancer Center. Beem has more than 40 years of health care experience, including in Med/Surg, Hospice and Oncology. She is a proven leader with a strong work ethic who always nurtures a supportive environment for staff and patients. Beem lives in Osage Beach.

Brittany Moss, R.N., manager of Case Management Brittany Moss, R.N., manager of Case Management

Brittany Moss, R.N., has been promoted to manager of Case Management. She will be responsible for managing the daily operations of the case management department including guiding the team of case managers, social workers and discharge planners in ensuring patients are admitted and transitioned to the appropriate level of care, have an effective plan of care, have an advocate for their services and have a coordinated discharge plan. Moss began her health care career as a patient care tech at Lake Regional in 2011. She then held multiple nursing positions before transitioning to case management in 2018. Moss lives in Iberia.

Lake Regional Health System provides comprehensive health care services to residents and visitors throughout the mid-Missouri region. To learn more, visit lakeregional.com.

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