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Capital Region Administration

Gaspare Calvaruso, President

Gaspare CalvarusoGaspare Calvaruso was appointed President of Capital Region Medical Center in September of 2014. Calvaruso has a strong healthcare background. He held several executive positions for SSM Health Care in St. Louis. Most recently Calvaruso was responsible for three facilities: St. Joseph Health Center, St. Charles and Wentzville, and St. Joseph Medical Park in St. Peters. He also served in dual roles as president and service line executive for SSM Cancer Care. 

Prior to his role at SSM, he served as Vice President, medical staff services at Memorial Hospital in Belleville, Illinois, where he led physician recruitment and marketing for the Memorial Group and related corporations. Before that, he served in various leadership positions at St. Mary's Good Samaritan in Mount Vernon, Illinois; St. Mary's Health Center in Jefferson City; and St. Joseph Health Center and St. Joseph Hospital West, outside St. Louis.

He is a graduate of the University of Missouri—St. Louis and earned a master's degree in business administration from William Woods University in Fulton.

Janet Weckenborg, Vice President, Operations

Janet WeckenborgJanet Weckenborg has served in her current role since 1996. Her previous roles at Capital Region include director of quality, house supervisor, director of discharge planning/education, nurse manager and staff nurse on the surgical unit. Her education includes a diploma in nursing from St. John's Hospital School of Nursing, a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Hannibal LaGrange College and a master of healthcare administration from the University of Missouri–Columbia.

Weckenborg is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality and a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. She also is involved in many area community and civic organizations.

Tom Luebbering, Vice President, Finance

Tom LuebberingTom Luebbering joined Capital Region Medical Center in 2012 and is responsible for financial services.

Luebbering received a bachelor of science degree in accounting from Lincoln University and a master of business administration from William Woods College. Luebbering has worked in the healthcare industry since 1987, previously as chief financial officer at Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville, Missouri.

Born in Westphalia, Missouri, Luebbering is a graduate of Fatima High School and is a lifelong member of St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church and a Member of Knights of Columbia (Westphalia Council 1171).

Luebbering and wife, Lori, have two sons and enjoy family hobbies of camping, fishing, hunting and golf.

Ted Brandt, Vice President, Physician Relations/Clinics

Thomas NiekampIn this role, Ted Brandt represents MU Health Care and Capital Region to improve access to healthcare services in our region. He leads physician recruitment efforts, seeks opportunities for additional services and ambulatory programs and participates in strategic planning for Capital Region Medical Center, Capital Region Physicians and MU Health Care.

A mid-Missouri native, Ted provided a decade of service to MU Health Care, working in hospitality and support services, leadership in the women's health clinics, Director of Pathology and Director of Clinic Operations. Most recently, Ted served as the Vice President of Ambulatory Services at the University of Cincinnati.

He holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Columbia College in Columbia, MO and a master of business administration in healthcare management from William Woods University in Fulton, MO. Additionally, Ted acquired a master of healthcare administration degree from A.T. Still University in Kirksville, MO.

Glenda Dahlstrom, RN, PhD, Vice President, Nursing

Glenda Dahlstrom, RN, PhD, joined Capital Region Medical Center in June 2017 as Vice President of Nursing. 

A long time resident of Jefferson City, Mo., Dahlstrom has an extensive nursing background, which includes staff nursing positions, executive leadership roles and service in higher education. 

Dahlstrom earned her bachelor of science in nursing degree from Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg, Mo. She went on to receive her master’s degree in nursing and PhD in nursing from the University of Missouri – Columbia.

Sarah Morrow, Vice President, Human Resources

Sarah MorrowSarah Morrow, JD, SPHR, joined Capital Region Medical Center in January 2016 as Vice President of Human Resources. With over 10 years of experience as a human resources executive, Morrow brings a visionary, strategic and collaborative HR leadership to Capital Region. Prior to joining the organization, Morrow served as director of human resources for Missouri Farm Bureau.

Morrow received her bachelor of science from Iowa State University and her juris doctor from Drake University. She is a member of the Missouri Bar Association and the Society of Human Resource Management. Morrow has received her Senior Professional in Human Resource (SPHR) certification and is a 2006 Missouri Quality Award Examiner.

Originally from South Dakota, Morrow and her husband, Craig, moved to mid-Missouri after law school. They currently live in Jefferson City raising their two sons.

Belynda Imhoff, Chief Information Officer

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Belynda Imhoff, RN, BSN, MS currently services as Vice President of Information Technology. 

Belynda has served Capital Region for more than seventeen years, beginning as a registered nurse in the Obstetrics department. Since 2009 she has worked on the information technologies side of health care serving as a clinical analyst, and most recently, as the Director of Health Informatics. 

In 2005, Belynda earned her Master of Science in Health Informatics from University of Missouri  - Columbia. She also participates in networking groups at the state and national levels to provide customer representation in development of information exchange between disparate electronic health records and public health reporting in accordance with the federal Government’s Interoperability plan.  

Randall Haight, MD, Vice President, Medical Affairs

Randall Haight, MDAs VP Medical Affairs, Dr. Haight serves as a champion for improving healthcare. Dr. Haight's excellent communication skills and leadership experience are essential to creating a culture of collaboration and cohesiveness between Capital Region, local physicians and other medical establishments in mid-Missouri.

Dr. Haight is an internal medicine specialist at Capital Region Physicians - Internal Medicine. In this role, he has served mid-Missourians for over 10 years. An advocate for patient's rights, Dr. Haight provides exceptional care to patients across generations. Well-respected by his peers, his strong belief in patient safety processes and progress along with his effective communication abilities make him a vital asset to Capital Region.

Dr. Haight received his medical degree from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa, and completed his residency at M.S. Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. He is board-certified in internal medicine by the America Board of Internal Medicine.

Michelle Barg, MD, Vice President of Clinical Integration

Gaspare CalvarusoIn her role as the VP of Clinical Integration, Capital Region Physicians, Dr. Barg is the physician in the dyad approach we have adopted to manage the medical group. The dyad approach identifies both a physician and administrative leader to work in tandem to manage all aspects of the business function. Dr. Barg is responsible for oversight of all quality aspects of services offered in the clinics. Her expertise as a physician along with her passion for improving the lives of our patients and the community through safe, efficient and effective care make her a valuable asset both in this position and to the organization at large.

In addition to her role as the VP of Clinical Integration, Dr. Barg continues to practice Family Medicine at Capital Region Physicians - Linn.

Dr. Barg earned her Doctor of Medicine degree at the University of Michigan Medical School and completed her residency at Southern Illinois University. She is board-certified by the American Board of Family Practice.

Capital Region Board of Directors

2019 - 2020

  • Marc Ellinger, Chair, Ellinger and Associates, LLC
  • Carlos Graham, Vice Chair, Dir Campus & Community Relations, Lincoln University
  • David Minton, Treasurer, President/CEO Central Bank
  • Philip Burger, Secretary, Vice President, Burger's Smokehouse
  • Mary Beck, Chief Nursing Officer, MU Health Care
  • Samuel Bushman, Owner of Samuel's Tuxedos & Gifts
  • Jonathan Curtright, Chief Executive Officer, University of Missouri Health Care
  • Lisa Kolb, M.D., Capital Region Physicians- Internal Medicine
  • Diane Light, D.O., Capital Region Physicians- General Surgery
  • Kristina Naught, General Counsel, Missouri Department of Agriculture
  • Lorelei Schwartz, Chair, Owner of Schwartz & LeCure, LLC
  • Stevan Whitt, M.D. Chief Medical Officer of University of Missouri Health Care

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Jefferson City, MO 65101
573.632.5000 | 573.632.5880 (fax)

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