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Montana Service Area Community Mission Board
  • D'Shane Barnett
  • Caryl Cox, PhD
  • Kimberly Dudik
  • Laurie Francis
  • Reed Humphrey, PhD
  • Scott Long
  • Dale Mayer, PhD RN
  • Kaia Peterson
  • Shauna Rubel
  • Peggy Schlesinger, MD
  • Mark Williams
Executive team
  • Joyce Dombrouski, MHA, RN, CPH, chief executive, Montana service area
  • Kirk Bodlovic, chief operating officer
  • James McKay, MD, chief physician executive
  • Karen Myers, chief mission integration officer
Senior leadership council
  • Fran Albrecht, chief philanthropy officer, Providence Montana Health Foundation
  • Kelly G. Bagnell, MD, chief of staff, Providence St. Joseph Medical Center
  • Kirk Bodlovic, chief operating officer, Montana service area
  • Joyce Dombrouski, chief executive, Montana service area
  • Beth Hock, chief nursing officer, Providence St. Patrick Hospital
  • Samantha Hoogana, director of Inpatient Nursing, Providence St. Patrick Hospital
  • Devin Huntley, chief operating officer, Providence St. Joseph Medical Center
  • Jani Huston, executive director - Nursing, chief operating officer, Providence Medical Group
  • Alex Jehle, MD, division chief, International Heart Institute
  • Greg Lind, MD , division chief, Surgery
  • Krissy Petersen, director of Surgical Services & IHI, Providence St. Patrick Hospital
  • Thomas McGuire, executive director of Service Lines & Outreach, Montana service area
  • James McKay, MD, chief physician executive, Montana service area
  • Karen Myers, chief mission officer, Montana service area
  • Stacy Rogge, communications, External Affairs, Montana service area
  • Laura Shelton, MD, division chief, Ambulatory Services
  • Claude Tonnerre, MD, division chief, Medicine
Washington & Montana region executive leadership
  • Joel Gilbertson, chief executive
  • Scott O’Brien, chief operating officer 
  • Dean Martz, MD, chief executive, Clinical Programs & Services  
  • Mike Marshall, MD, chief physician executive, Physician Enterprise 
  • Anna Franklin, executive director, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • John Kleiderer, chief mission officer 
  • Helen Andrus, chief financial officer  
  • Mark Gross, chief communication officer 
  • Andrew Taylor, chief strategy officer
  • Mark Wakai, chief executive, Population Health
  • April Anderson, assoc. vice president, Marketing
  • Bryan Fix, interim chief human resources officer 
Washington & Montana regional board
  • Rick Shea, chair
  • Peter Allan, JD, CTFA, vice chair
  • Kathryn Barron
  • Bob Drewel
  • Susan Hettinger
  • Susan Kreid
  • Wayne Martin, PhD
  • Sr. Rosalie Locati, SP
  • Mary Selecky

The Advisory Council oversees Providence St. Joseph Medical Center’s administration, operational objectives and maintenance of all facilities and provides guidance on decisions that impact health care at the hospital, clinics and retirement community.

The council is made up of volunteers, including community members, doctors and administrators, who donate time and expertise to ensure high-quality patient-focused health care is available to all citizens in the Mission Valley. They understand that successful, high-quality patient care is dependent on excellent employees, dedicated medical staff and caring volunteers, are proud of the strides that have been made at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center and look forward to the hospital continuing to provide excellent health care to the community.

  • Kelly Bagnell, MD
  • Caryl Cox - Council Chair
  • Tom DiGiallonardo
  • Gale Decker
  • Josh Maki
  • Mary Martin
  • Tracie McDonald
  • Robert McDonald
  • Graydon (Brodie) Moll
  • Vince River
  • Shauna Rubel

The Joint Commission sets the standards by which health care quality is measured in America and around the world.

To maintain and earn accreditation, a hospital undergoes an extensive on-site review by a select team of Joint Commission professionals such as administrators, physicians and nurses at least once every three years. The purpose of the review is to evaluate the hospital's performance in areas that affect patient care.

Through an assessment of a hospital’s processes and personal visits with its patients and staff, the hospital is evaluated and scored. Accreditation may then be awarded based on how well the hospital met Joint Commission standards.

If you feel your concerns have not been addressed or resolved by the hospital, you may contact the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations directly.

  • Website: jointcommission.org
  • Fax: 630-792-5636
  • Mail: Office of Quality and Patient Safety
    The Joint Commission
    One Renaissance Boulevard
    Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181