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Reza has served as Chief Executive for Kadlec since January, 2019. He originally joined the Kadlec team in July 2016 as Chief Administrative Officer for Kadlec Regional Medical Center, relocating from Grand Junction, Colorado, where he served five years as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center. Reza has worked in health care administration since 1997, beginning his career in strategic planning and finance before steadily working his way up through various leadership roles in health system operations. Prior to living in Colorado, he spent 20 years in San Antonio, Texas, most recently serving as Administrator for a hospital in the CHRISTUS system. Over the course of his career, Reza has enjoyed the challenge of bringing diverse groups of talented and committed people together to solve important challenges, and feels that working in health care is a lifelong career calling. Reza holds a Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration and Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas and is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
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Mr. Harper has been the Chief Nursing Officer at Kadlec Regional Medical Center since November 2009. In October of 2018 the Chief Operating Officer assumed these responsibilities for the hospital. He previously served as the Director of Acute Care Services (2006-2009), Unit Manager of the Short Stay Unit and Surgical Floor (1998-2002). Kirk received his ADN from Columbia Basin Community College (1998), BSN from Washington State University (2000-2001) and MBA in Health Care Management from University of Phoenix (2002-2004). He is Board Certified in Nursing Administration from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Dr. Pieper has been the Chief Medical Officer since February 2018. He spent his previous 13 years at Providence Regional Medical Center, in Everett, WA, both in clinical practice as an OB/GYN as well as serving as the Chief of the Women and Children’s Division from 2013-2018. Additionally, he serves as the Executive Medical Director for the Women and Children’s Institute for Providence. Dr. Pieper received his B.S. from Pacific Lutheran University (1993), MD from Medical College of Wisconsin (1998), and MHA from University of Washington (2017). He completed his residency training in OB/GYN at Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals in 2002.
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Mr. Harris joined Kadlec in 2011 as the Physician Practice Controller and was promoted to his current role in December, 2015. Along with his responsibilities at Kadlec, he serves as the finance leader for Providence St. Mary Medical Center in Walla Walla, Washington. Prior to joining Kadlec, he spent 12 years at Kennewick General Hospital as the Controller and a Financial Analyst. Spencer holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Utah State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Washington State University. He is a Certified Healthcare Financial Professional from Healthcare Financial Management Association.
Dr. Meadows joined Kadlec Clinic as a Family Medicine provider in January 2015. In November 2015, he became Kadlec’s first Chief Quality Officer and in January 2018, the first Chief Medical Officer for Ambulatory. Prior to joining Kadlec, Dr. Meadows practiced family medicine for eight years in Port Townsend, Washington where he served as the Medical Director of the clinic system and home health. He currently serves as the co-chair of the Providence Ambulatory Clinical Decision Team.
Dr. Meadows graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine in 2000 and completed his Residency training at Virginia Commonwealth University in 2003. He is Board Certified in Family Medicine.
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Rob has been with Providence since 1996. He worked for the Southwest Washington Region (Providence St. Peter Hospital in Olympia, WA & Providence Centralia Hospital in Centralia, WA) for the first 15 years of his career in various Strategy and Business Development roles. Rob worked on numerous projects including an Emergency Department expansion, ICU addition, development of the total joint replacement program named Orthopaedic Healing Center, as well as a primary care expansion plan which brought primary care under the Providence brand back to his home town in Chehalis, WA. Rob moved to Walla Walla in 2011 to serve as the Chief Strategy Officer for Providence St. Mary Medical Center. The Providence St. Mary Regional Cancer Center also reports to him at St. Mary. Rob led the implementation of an interventional cardiology program, one call transfer center for referring hospitals, outreach clinic development, and expansion of radiation oncology services. In August 2015, with the affiliation of Kadlec Health System, his responsibilities grew to include CSO roles for Kadlec as well. Rob now leads all strategy and business development activities for the Southeast Washington Service Area. Service line development, outreach activities, telehealth and provisioning of Epic to referring hospitals and physician groups are some of his current responsibilities.
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Ms. Mager began working at Kadlec in 2005 in Human Resources as a Staff Recruiter. She moved into the Employee/Labor Relations, Benefits and Occupational Health areas and finally, HR Manager. After the affiliation with Providence and a year of integration work, she started in her role as HR Director in November 2015. In 2019, she became the service area Chief Human Resources Officer for both Kadlec Regional Medical Center and St. Mary Medical Center in Walla Walla, WA. Previously, Angela was a Recruiter for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, WA. She has a Bachelor’s in Sociology with a minor in Human Resources from Washington State University, and is PHR Certified. She has served on the Leadership Tri-Cities Board and led Medical Health & Services Day for several years.
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Stephanie joined Kadlec in July 2012. Prior to serving her current role, she held a position on the Kadlec Clinic operations team as the manager of marketing and business development. Her bachelor’s degree concentrated on psychology and sociology and she holds a master’s degree in organizational management. She started her health care career as a licensed social worker in mental health case management in the early 1990s and evolved into local and regional roles in marketing and operations—most recently at Kadlec in patient experience. Stephanie’s guiding purpose throughout her career has been a passion for helping others. This core value is what inspired her to seek out administrative level roles where she could make a difference by affecting policies and practices that better serve those in need. She is the executive team champion for mission initiatives at Kadlec and works collaboratively with others, including Kadlec’s Experience Board, to understand and improve the experience of Kadlec’s patients, caregivers and providers.
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Renee joined the Kadlec Foundation in September 2019, relocating from Michigan, where she worked as the Chief Development Officer of the Ascension St. John Foundation in metro Detroit for 3 years. Her career spans more than 15 years in professional fundraising including working for Henry Ford Health System, Detroit PAL, Beaumont Foundation and the Ascension St. John Foundation. Over the course of Renee’s career, she has enjoyed building relationships with the donors and connecting them to projects and programs where their gifts can transform the health of the community. Prior to her career in fundraising, Renee worked in various roles in medical research at Henry Ford Health System and the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute. Renee has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Western Michigan University and a Master’s in Community Medicine and Healthcare Administration from Wayne State University School of Medicine. She has volunteered for many non-profit organizations including Alternatives For Girls, American Heart Association, American Red Cross, Detroit Wine Organization, Community Health Charities of Southeast Michigan, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Detroit, Sky Foundation Inc. and Gleaners.