San Andreas, CA — The head of Mark Twain Medical Center recently resigned.
Hospital Spokesperson Nikki Stevens could not comment on the departure of Craig Marks. He was hired as President in May of 2012 to replace the outgoing Feliciano Jiron. At the time of his arrival, it was noted that Marks was bringing 20 years of healthcare leadership to Mark Twain Medical Center. He had previously served as the President and CEO of Western Missouri Medical Center in Warrensburg, Missouri, as well as President and CEO at South Haven Community Hospital in Michigan.
Mark Twain Medical Center has its main campus in San Andreas. It is part of the Dignity Health Network. The hospital also operates family medical centers in Angels Camp, San Andreas, Valley Springs, Arnold and Copperopolis.
It is not immediately clear when a new President will be appointed.