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CCMH Celebrates Jeff Tindle with Retirement Celebration

June 02, 2021

Jeff Tindle, CCMH CEO

CARROLLTON, Mo. – Carroll County Memorial Hospital will hold a Retirement Celebration for Jeff Tindle from 4-6 p.m. Friday, June 11. The reception will be open to the community.

Tindle announced his retirement, effective June 30, 2021, from Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of CCMH earlier this year.

“I have always maintained that I wanted to retire when I still loved what I do and not when I was told by others it is time,” Tindle said. “Having said that, it was a very tough decision, because I truly cherish all of the staff at CCMH and the communities we serve, especially Carrollton; however, I am ready to spend more time with Tammie and our family, along with pursuing other interests that I have not been able to devote time and energy.”

The retirement event, being held in a tent outside Carroll County Memorial Hospital, will include a come and go reception from 4-5:30 p.m. and a program following at 5:30 p.m.

Tindle began his service at Carroll County Memorial Hospital as Associate Administrator and Chief Financial Officer in September 2007. He was promoted to CEO in November 2011.

The uniqueness of Tindle’s service to CCMH comes in the form of family legacy. His father, Jack, was employed as Administrator of CCMH in September 1965 and served in that role until his retirement in September 1998.

Prior to joining CCMH, Tindle served as the Associate Executive Director of the Missouri School Boards’ Association, but the majority of his 41-year career has been in various executive positions in health care management. His experience includes; 18-years as President and CEO of The Association of Independent Hospitals and AIH Services Inc., Sr. Managing Healthcare Consultant for BKD, LLP, President of Tindle & Associates (Healthcare consulting) and CEO of Nevada Regional Medical Center.

Tindle is a strong believer in public service as evidenced by serving as a member of the Lee’s Summit R-7 Board of Education for 12 years, three of those as President and two as Vice President.

Tindle has served on many boards throughout the Kansas City area including Baptist-Trinity Lutheran Foundation, Cabot Westside Clinic, Len Dawson Scholarship, Mark Twain Bank Advisory Board, Association of Healthcare Executives, Lee’s Summit R-7 Education Foundation and Greater Kansas City Cooperating School Board Association. 

Locally, Tindle is serving or has served as Board Member and Past President of the Carrollton Kiwanis Club, Past President of Carrollton Chamber, Past President Carrollton Area YMCA, Missouri Hospital Association Board 2017-Present, AHA Regional Policy Board 2017-Present, Missouri Hospital Association Northwest District Council President for 2014, Carroll County Economic Development Council, CCMH Board of Directors and CCMH Foundation Board. Jeff also serves on the Cerner National Policy Committee since 2014.

Tindle received his Master of Hospital Administration and Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Missouri.

Jeff and his wife, Tammie, have been married 43 years with 2 daughters, Jessi and Julie, both graduates of the University of Missouri. Jessi has two daughters, Tinlee and Emersyn, and Julie has a son, Jack.

Individuals who are unable to attend Jeff’s reception are welcome to send well wishes. These can be submitted as a written sentiment or a one-minute-or-less video to or 1502 N. Jefferson Street, Carrollton, MO 64633. Questions may be directed to Rachel Davidson at 660-329-6002.

For more information about the services at Carroll County Memorial Hospital, visit our website or call 660-542-1695.

Carroll County Memorial Hospital (CCMH), the area’s premier healthcare resource, is a 25-bed Critical Access facility serving Carrollton and the surrounding communities. It offers 24-hour emergency care, specialized services such as advanced diagnostics, post-acute skilled care (swing bed) and comprehensive family care. CCMH is dedicated to the Health and Well Being of All We Serve. For more information, visit