Kansas City, Mo. – Michael E. Sanderl, EdD has been named Vice President, Mission
Integration, for Carondelet Health. Sanderl, 35, started in his new position
on Thursday, July 1.
Sanderl comes to Carondelet Health from Dominican University in River Forest,
Il., where he served as director of University Ministry. He previously
served as Dean for Mission and Ministry, faculty member and resident director
at his undergraduate alma mater, Saint Mary’s College of California.
Sanderl received his doctorate in education, with an emphasis in Catholic
educational leadership, from the University of San Francisco, his master’s
degree in theology from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, and
his bachelor’s degree in religious studies from Saint Mary's
College of California. He brings a background and passion for Catholic
identity, as well as the successful development of mission integration
programs and structures.
“Carondelet Health has a long history of service with compassion
and respect,” says Sanderl. “I welcome the opportunity to
help Carondelet Health meet the challenges of the future while staying
true to our heritage to best serve our patients and the community.”
Sanderl has provided service on the boards of national Catholic organizations
and participated at the local, national and international levels on Catholic
educational initiatives. Michael and his wife, Stacey, live in Leawood, Ks.
Carondelet Health includes the two acute care facilities of St. Joseph
Medical Center, St. Mary’s Medical Center, three long-term care
facilities and home care services. Carondelet Health is dedicated to the
healing ministry of Jesus Christ. Our commitment to human dignity compels
us to provide compassionate, quality healthcare for body, mind and spirit,
with a special concern for the poor. We are responsible stewards serving
the needs of all people from conception to death. Carondelet Health is
a member of Ascension Health, the nation’s largest Catholic and
nonprofit health system.