Chief Executive Officer
Kristi Olson joined Centura Health in 2011 and currently serves as Chief Executive Officer at St. Thomas More Hospital. On a mission to lead with love, she is a proven health care leader with more than 20 years of experience in health care administration and operations.
In her position, Kristi cultivates strong, trusting relationships with St. Thomas More’s Community Board of Trustees, associates, advanced practice providers, physicians and volunteers to impact the health and wholeness of every life, every neighborhood and every community St. Thomas More serves.
Kristi’s leadership nurtures the incredible work being done by the caregivers and physicians at St. Thomas More. She is an asset to the community she serves and to Centura Health as a whole.
Beth Fischer Reasoner RN, BSN, MS, CPHQ
Chief Nursing Officer
Beth Fischer Reasoner serves as the Chief Nursing Officer at St. Thomas More Hospital. In her position, Beth lives out her mission to help individuals embrace their strengths and differences to support the creation and sustainment of high functioning patient care teams.
At St. Thomas More, Beth provides interdisciplinary leadership and is accountable for the daily operations of the hospital by working through clinical managers, supervisors and other health care team members providing patient care. She has an active leadership role with the Community Board, the Foundation Board, Senior Leadership, Medical Staff and with leaders within the hospital and throughout Centura Health.
Beth began her health care career as a Level III NICU nurse. Over the course of her decades-long career, she has had the opportunity to gain experience in many positions such as clinical educator, employee health nurse, Workers' Compensation case manager, infection preventionist, certified lean facilitator and quality leader.
Most recently, Beth held the position of Director of Quality for Centura Health’s Denver Metro Group. In this role, she provided mission-focused leadership and oversight for quality and patient safety in the Denver Metro Group hospitals.
Beth holds her RN, BSN, and Master of Science degree in psychology with a focus on organizational psychology. She is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) and was certified in infection control and epidemiology for 10 years. Amplifying her impact on those who look to her for leadership, she has been a certified mediator trained in the resolution of work-related conflicts for the past 25 years.
Beth is a proud and passionate nurse, with a desire to lead nurses in providing the best care possible, while seamlessly integrating the provision of care with multidisciplinary clinical experts.
Director of Finance
Jim Hart serves as Director of Finance at St. Thomas More Hospital. On a mission to support St. Thomas More and our care teams in providing outstanding care and service to our patients, Jim provides leadership and oversight of hospital operations, financial performance and stewardship.
Prior to joining St. Thomas More, Jim had an extensive career with Kaiser Foundation Health Plan (KFHP) of Colorado. He started with the company as a Senior Accountant, working his way up to General Accounting Manager and then Director of Financial Planning. In 1999, Jim took on the role of Senior Director of Financial Services at KFHP. He remained in this role until he became Director of Financial Planning and Decision Support in 2003. Five years later, Jim received the title of Senior Director of Business Intelligence. His most recent position at KFHP was Strategy and Financial Performance Director, where he designed and implemented Business Performance Management approach for Strategy Execution.
Jim earned his Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Economics from the University of Northern Colorado in Greely, Colorado. He also holds a CPA license and pursued professional development through a Management Development Series and Advanced Leadership Series. Jim uses his extensive experience in health care finance to further our mission and nurture the health of the people in our communities.
Director of Human Resources
Cecilia Trujillo, MBA, SPHR, IPMA-SCP, serves as Director of Human Resources at St. Thomas More Hospital. In her position, Cecilia lives out her mission to make sure amazing things happen to other people!
Cecilia, who also serves as Director of Human Resources at our sister facility St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center in Pueblo, brings nearly a decade of human resources experience in the private sector, utilities, technology, and local government and health care to her role.
She earned her Bachelor of Science in biology from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va., then earned her Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.
A skilled, creative leader, Cecilia excels in talent acquisition, strategic planning, change management, benefit administration, employee relations, compliance reporting, risk management and organizational development.
Transforming Our Culture
The face of professional medical care has significantly changed over the last decade. Our facilities have been transformed into warm and compassionate atmospheres; from the design of the rooms and lobbies to the way you are treated from the time you walk through our doors.
We believe healing includes not only the medicine and medical service you receive. We believe your level of comfort, your understanding of your diagnosis, and your treatment plan, are critical to your recovery. You spiritual needs complete the circle of healing.
To this end, the redesign of our facilities has included warmer colors, softer lighting and a more pleasant atmosphere. Our staff completes countless hours of training and education to keep current on the latest medical treatments, cultural, and customer service information. Our orientation for new associates encompasses two days of information and workshops. You are that important to us.
Our role as a "community" hospital means you are our neighbors, family and friends. We attend church with you and see you at the grocery store. It is our intent to offer you the best medical care the Centura System of hospitals can offer you. There is strength in our affiliation with the Centura network of hospitals. What services we don't have, we can offer through one of our sister hospitals.
Your feedback is important. In our lobbies are opportunities to share your compliments and complaints. You may complete a card and put it in a confidential box opened only by our Administrative staff. You can also call our complaint resolution line at 719-285-2950.
You may also contact me. As CEO and President, I am not always immediately available, however, you can leave a message with my Administrative Assistant or on my voice mail and I will return your call.
Our mission is to extend the healing ministries of Christ. That means we open our facilities to everyone needing medical attention. You are welcome here. Come heal with us.