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Oregon Regional Executive Team

Members of the PeaceHealth Oregon Executive Team embrace a leadership model fully rooted in our Mission and Values and in our heritage as a Catholic health care ministry. This model guides our leaders in every aspect of their work and oversight responsibilities. It challenges us to relentlessly pursue improvements in patient outcomes and service to patients and families while awakening joy, meaning and purpose in the human spirit.

Rand O'Leary
Chief Executive, PeaceHealth Oregon

As Chief Executive of PeaceHealth Oregon, Rand O'Leary leads operations and maintains accountability for the overall administration, financial health and management of Sacred Heart in providing efficient, high-quality and patient-focused care.

Rand joined PeaceHealth in 2014. Prior to his arrival at PeaceHealth, Rand was the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital in Wyandotte, Mich., a 401-bed acute care hospital serving the Downriver and Western Wayne County communities.

Rand is a seasoned healthcare executive with extensive hospital leadership experience, including six years as Vice President of Surgical Services and Specialty Programs at Borgess Medical Center in Kalamazoo, Mich. Borgess is a 425-bed tertiary referral and teaching hospital that is a part of the Catholic Ascension Health system. Rand holds a master's degree in Health Care Administration and is a Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE).

Rick Yecny 
Chief Administrative Officer, PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center

Rick Yecny is Chief Administrative Officer of PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center​. Rick was a member of the Peace Harbor Hospital Community Board of Directors from 1991 to 2000. From 2001 to 2010, Rick served as the Chief Financial Officer for Peace Harbor. In 2010, Rick became the Chief Mission Officer and Chief Executive Officer for Peace Harbor.

Prior to joining Peace Health, Rick was a partner for 18 years in the CPA firm of Davis, Yecny, and McCulloch, with offices in Florence and Reedsport, Ore. Rick serves as a board member of the Friends of Florence, a non-profit organization providing transportation for cancer patients to Eugene for radiation therapy. The van runs five days a week, 52 weeks a year and is managed and operated completely through volunteers. Rick was also selected as Florence First Citizen in 2010.

Rick received a bachelor's degree from the University of Portland, and is a CPA, inactive.

Jeff Larson 
Chief Development Officer

Jeff LarsonJeff Larson is the Chief Development Officer for PeaceHealth Oregon.

Larson most recently served as Vice President, Chief Development Officer for Samaritan Health Services in Corvallis, and previously worked for PeaceHealth from 1996 to 2007 in several roles, including Manager of Development and Communications for the PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center Foundation.

Larson is a founding member of Oregon’s Rural Hospital Quality Network and Health Information Technology Oversight Strategic Planning Committee. He received a bachelor of science in health care administration from Concordia University in Portland, a graduate certificate in accounting from Linfield College in McMinnville and a master of business administration from the University of Oregon.

Tim Herrmann 

Chief Administrative Officer, PeaceHealth Cottage Grove Community Medical Center

Tim Herrmann’s tenure with PeaceHealth spans back to 1988 when he was the Trauma Program Coordinator at Sacred Heart Medical Center. From there, he progressed to Manager of Sacred Heart's Emergency and Trauma Services, Administrator of Cottage Grove Community Hospital, and eventually into his current role where he's been since 2014.

Prior to joining PeaceHealth, Tim worked at Queens Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, as a Staff Nurse and as Trauma Program Coordinator.

Tim graduated from University of Portland with a bachelor of science degree in 1982. He earned a master of business administration degree in 2003 from Northwest Christian University in Eugene.

Mary Anne McMurren 
Chief Administrative Officer of PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center, University District

After four years as Administrator and Chief Mission Officer at PeaceHealth Cottage Grove Community Medical Center, Mary Anne McMurren took on an expanded leadership role as Vice President of Post-Acute Services and Administrator of PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center, University District in July 2013.

Post-acute care refers to a range of medical services that support a patient's continued recovery from illness or management of a chronic illness or disability after leaving the hospital. Mary Anne's responsibilities also include executive oversight of behavioral health services. Her background and skill set are particularly suited to leading the efforts to expand our network of care in these vital areas.

Mary Anne earned her master's degree in health care administration from the University of Phoenix in 2009 and a bachelor of science in nursing from Oregon Health & Science University in 1982.