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Ketchikan Medical Center Foundation

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Our mission

The PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center Foundation exists to acquire and recognize charitable gifts and bequests to assist PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center fulfill its mission, adhere to its core values and provide exceptional medicine and compassionate care to the Southeast Alaska region.

The PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center Foundation will:

  • Provide individuals and institutions an opportunity to extend the gift of health to citizens in Southeast Alaska. Philanthropic opportunities enhance our ability to provide healing and compassionate health care.
  • Support the application of innovative patient care services to improve health care services in our region.
  • Achieve for PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center a higher level of mutual understanding and involvement with the communities and people we serve.

Ways to give

Give online

Your support of the foundation helps to ensure our continued ability to care for patients in this time of unprecedented need.

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Honor excellent care

You can choose to honor a special physician, nurse, or caregiver who made a positive impact on your patient experience or that of a loved one.

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Planned giving

When you include PeaceHealth Foundations in your estate plan, your generosity supports good health, prevention and community well-being. 

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Front cover of 2020-21 Foundation Gratitude Report

Your impact

Browse the 2020-21 PeaceHealth Gratitude Report and subscribe to foundation emails.

Meet our team

Board of directors


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Lanetta Lundberg

President, Retired Human Resource Executive
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Leif Thompson

Vice President, Attorney at Law
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Kelly Jenks

Treasurer and Administration, Bering Sea Crab Fisherman's Tour
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Chelsea Goucher

Secretary; Account Manager, Alaska Marine Lines

Board members

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Cecelia "Sis" Coenen

Retired, University Professor
Dori Stevens, Chief Administrative office, Ketchikan Medical Center

Dori Stevens

Chief Administrative Officer, Ketchikan Medical Center

Dori Stevens, MBA, BSN, joined PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center in April 2020. She has more than 30 years’ experience in healthcare leadership, most recently as the chief executive officer at Sutter Delta Medical Center in Antioch, California. She was with Sutter Delta for fifteen years, also serving as director of nursing and certified nursing educator. Dori began her career in healthcare as a registered nurse, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from California State University. She later went on to earn her Master of Business Administration from University of Phoenix. In addition, Dori furthered her professional development with courses in Bioethics from the University of Washington and the completion of Lean Training.

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Rosie Roppel

Retired Educator, Ketchikan Gateway Borough School District
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Irene Dundas

Executive, Ketchikan Indian Community
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Dr. Diane Liljegren

Retired Physician
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Alma Manabat Parker

Health Equity Program Coordinator, Ketchikan Wellness Coalition