Tim Schmidt is an experienced CEO and health care administrator with over three decades of experience. Most recently, Tim Schmidt served as an executive at Community Health Systems, where he was an interim CEO for Sparks Health System. Outside of his professional experience, Mr. Schmidt has been engaged in the support of many community organizations, including time as the chair for the March of Dimes Walk.
Originally established as the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the March of Dimes Foundation works to improve prenatal health care and prevent birth defects and premature births. The organization administers a variety of community programs, such has the March of Dimes Walk, which combine to make a positive impact on local communities across the country.
March of Dimes community programs are active in all 50 states as well as Puerto Ricon and Washington, DC. Programs entail partnerships with local and state level organizations and primarily address areas such as pregnancy and prenatal care. However, there are also community initiatives that affect healthcare inequities, including over 100 programs that work to mitigate health inequities among underserved and minority populations.