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St. Joseph Medical Center Foundation


Healthier Together

 

We care about our community. We know you do too. 


Philanthropy is at the very heart of our mission to promote personal and community health, relieve pain and suffering, and treat each person in a loving and caring way. Your generosity elevates and expands medical programs and services that benefit hundreds of community members each and every day, including vulnerable patients when they need our help the most. Through your generosity, we are healthier together.

Together, with the support of generous community members like you, we provide exceptional medical care to your family, friends and neighbors right here in Northwest Washington, close to home, in familiar and nurturing surroundings.

You can see the strength of your investment in the father who triumphs over a debilitating stroke… the grandmother whose mobility is restored following a joint replacement surgery… the family of the precious newborn who faced life-threatening complications but now truly thrives. Your giving makes these miracles happen every day.

Because of your support, outstanding care is possible for our community.
 

 

St Joseph Foundation

Support the St. Joseph Medical Center Foundation
 

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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Paulsen Gift

 

PeaceHealth Receives $50M Gift:

The largest in organization's 130-year history

 

Thank you to Peter H. Paulsen for helping build the future of healthcare.

Foundation Staff
 

Ann Prater Professional Portrait

Ann Prater

Interim Chief Development Officer
Jennifer Fix , Development Officer

Jennifer Fix

Development Officer
jfix@peacehealth.org
Karen Haggen, Development Officer

Karen Haggen

Development Officer
khaggen@peacehealth.org
Britt Kane, Associate Development Officer

Britt Kane

Associate Development Officer
bkane1@peacehealth.org
Emma Harris, Events Specialist

Emma Harris

Events Specialist
eharris1@peacehealth.org
Tricia Head, Foundation Assistant

Tricia Head

Foundation Assistant
thead1@peacehealth.org

 

Board of Directors
 

Officers

Mike Perry, President, Wells Fargo Advisors

Mike Perry

President, Wells Fargo Advisors
Jason Stoane

Jason Stoane, MD, MBA, FACR

Vice President, Northwest Radiologists, Inc. P.S.
Donna Inglis

Donna Inglis

Secretary, Community Volunteer
Michelle VanDellen headshot

Michelle VanDellen, CPA

Treasurer, Moss Adams, LLP
Jon Sitkin headshot

Jon Sitkin

Past President, Chmelik Sitkin & Davis P.S. Attorneys at Law


Directors 

Michael Bayless

Michael Bayless

Barkley Company
Brad Bearden headshot

Brad Bearden

Optometric Physicians Northwest
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Derek Buse

Compass Real Estate
Ravinder Dhillon, Ferndale High School

Ravinder Dhillon

Ferndale High School
Amy Esary

Amy Esary

Community Food Co-op Bellingham
John Huntley, Mills Electric Company

John Huntley

Mills Electric Company
Frank Imhof, IMCO General Construction

Frank Imhof

IMCO General Construction
Lynnette Jensen headshot

Lynnette Jensen

Mt. Baker Imaging
Mara Kelly, MD headshot

Mara Kelley, MD

PeaceHealth Medical Group Pediatrics
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Chet Kenoyer

Chet, Gina & Jess Kenoyer Real Estate
Lori LeCocq, LVI Design

Lori LeCocq

LVI Design

John F. MacGregor MD

Cardiovascular Disease
Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
Internal Medicine
Dr. MacGregor is a cardiac electrophysiologist and heart failure specialist with subspecialty training in cardiac transplantation. He is a Pacific Northwest native and spent part of his childhood in Bellingham. He returned to Bellingham in 2006 and feels fortunate to be able to raise his family in this community. Dr. MacGregor is a designated fellow of the Heart Rhythm Society (FHRS) and was the first to perform the Micra® Transcatheter Pacing System (the world’s smallest pacemaker) implant procedure at PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center.
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Christopher Newell, MD

Bellingham Anesthesia Associates
Charles Prosper, Chief Executive, Northwest Network

Charles Prosper, MSPT, MBA

Chief Executive, Northwest Network

Charles brings nearly 30 years of healthcare experience to PeaceHealth, holding roles of increasing management and executive-level responsibility in healthcare settings ranging from small community hospitals to large, tertiary care facilities. A service-oriented leader who advocates for innovation, Charles is highly skilled in building and maintaining relationships with caregivers, providers and the community. Prior to joining PeaceHealth, Charles served as chief executive officer of Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in Oakland, California, a multi-campus hospital enterprise, part of Sutter Health, based in Sacramento. 

Penny Roberts, PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center

Penny Roberts

PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center
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Robert Tull

Community Volunteer
Scott Whitman

Scott Whitman

Whitman Holdings, LLC