SFM selected Stacie Goodrich to lead its vocational rehabilitation subsidiary, CompRehab, earlier this month.
Goodrich has been with CompRehab since 2001 as Qualified Rehabilitation Consultant. She has 18 years of experience providing vocational rehabilitation services, medical case management services, and ergonomic workstation evaluations to injured workers.
“CompRehab plays a vital role in getting injured workers back to health and productivity. Their return-to-work outcomes are consistently higher than Minnesota’s state-wide average, and the majority of injured workers that receive their services end up earning the same or more than their original wage,” said President and Chief Executive Officer Terry Miller. “I’m confident that Stacie’s leadership will allow CompRehab to continue providing these impressive outcomes and guide them expertly into the future.”
Goodrich’s promotion comes as CompRehab President and COO Tim Collin retired in early January after leading the organization since 2006.
“We were very fortunate to have had Tim’s steadfast leadership over the last 13 years,” said Miller. “He was instrumental in taking CompRehab’s outcomes to an unprecedented level and we wish him the very best in his retirement.”
Goodrich also credits Collin’s leadership for CompRehab’s positive return-to-work outcomes.
“I am honored that I was chosen to lead CompRehab,” said Goodrich. “I have learned so much from Tim through the years and am thrilled to continue his legacy of exemplary service to injured workers.”
Goodrich graduated from the College of St. Scholastica with a master’s degree in occupational therapy and a bachelor’s degree in health sciences. She is a member of the Minnesota Association of Rehabilitation Providers (MARP) and is an approved rehabilitation provider in the Exclusive Rehabilitation Consultant Network for the Union Construction Workers’ Compensation Program (UCWCP).