Matt Lyden Takes Over as New Administrator at INTEGRIS Marshall County Medical Center

MADILL, OK (June 4, 2012) – INTEGRIS Marshall County Medical Center announces today the appointment of Matthew M. Lyden as the hospital’s Administrator, effective June 1, 2012.

Lyden replaces Dave Hill who will continue his commitment as the Administrator of INTEGRIS Seminole Medical Center.

“We appreciate the leadership Dave has provided at this hospital and know that he will have continued success as he re-focuses his time on INTEGRIS Seminole Medical Center” states Damon Brown, CEO, Oklahoma Market.

Matthew Lyden served most recently as the Assistant Chief Executive Office & Facility Compliance Officer at Gateway Regional Medical Center in Granite City, Illinois.  During his tenure at Gateway Regional, Lyden developed and implemented a Robotic Surgery Program, realigned Cardiology services and was instrumental in increasing Cath Lab and Cardiac Rehab volume.  He was responsible for a cutting edge program promoting internal collaboration and partnerships between ancillary departments and nursing departments improving interdepartmental engagement and internal communications. Before his career in health care, Lyden worked as a Compliance Associate for the Idaho State Tax Commission and also served as an “English as a Second Language” Instructor for Kimberly School District in Kimberly, Idaho.

"Lyden brings to INTEGRIS Marshall County Medical Center a proven record of building volume and implementing successful collaborations both internally and externally in hospitals as large as 382 beds to smaller critical access hospitals” commented Brown. “With his deep understanding of operations, compliance and finance combined with his ability to forge successful relationships with associates, physicians and the community, I believe Matt Lyden will be a great asset to INTEGRIS Marshall County Medical Center and to the community of Madill.”

Matthew Lyden holds an Associates of Art degree in Political Science from the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, Idaho.  He has a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration from Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho and a Master of Science in Health Administration from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in Birmingham, Alabama.

To celebrate, INTEGRIS Marshall County is hosting a Meet & Greet for the public to come out and visit with the new leader on Thursday, June 7 from 11am – 12pm in the lobby of the hospital.  Light refreshments will be served.


About INTEGRIS Marshall County Medical Center

With a mission to improve the health of the people and communities we serve, Integris Marshall County Medical Center participates in a joint venture clinical affiliation with four other Oklahoma hospitals: INTEGRIS Blackwell Regional Hospital, located in Blackwell; INTEGRIS Clinton Regional Hospital, located in Clinton; INTEGRIS Mayes County Medical Center, located in Pryor; and INTEGRIS Seminole Medical Center, located in Seminole.  Also included in the affiliation network are Midwest Regional Medical Center in Midwest City and the Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma in Durant.  This affiliation brings together a wide range of medical services, Centers of Excellence, and care coordination among the facilities across the state.  The joint venture partnership provides expertise, resources, systems and strategies to help the seven community hospitals reach their fullest potential.  For more information, visit