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partner - Triad Hospitals, Corporation

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  • $5.1 Billion Hospital Network with 60 Hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers
  • Triad’s focus in on community hospitals in areas with <250,000 population
  • Successful history of partnering with community non-profits and charity organizations.
  • Governance:

Board of Directors

Ron Kwon, MD, Chairman – Helped create the Tufts Health Plan; served as a Trustee on the Hale Makua Board; former Vice President of the Hale Makua Foundation.
Fred Langille, Vice President/Interim Treasurer – Retired COO of National Jewish Hospital, Denver; Past President of Privatization Partnership Division of Policy Studies, Inc.; former Director of Colorado State Planning.
Tom Leuteneker, Secretary – Attorney/Partner with Carlsmith, Ball LLP; serves on boards of many community non-profit organizations.
Pardee Erdman – Owner of Ulupalakua Ranch; serves on board of many community organizations.
Charles Jencks – President, Maui Contractor’s Association; past Director Maui Public Works; Seabury Hall Board Director; Maui County BSA Council Board & Past President; Board Maui Chamber of Commerce.
Judy McCorkle – Senior Financial Planner with FIM|Group; served on the SHPDA Maui Panel; former Assistant Vice President and Trust Officer with First Hawaiian Bank.
James Shennan – General Partner of Trinity Ventures, Menlo Park, Ca; Trustee of Lucille Stanford-Packard Children’s Hospital; Director of the Palo Alto Medical Foundation.
Pete Siracusa
Jill Spalding – Businesswoman and owner of commercial and real property who has served on the board of many community organizations.
Jack Gray – Entrepreneur, former chairman of Young Presidents and World Presidents Organizations, founder of software/computer, manufacturing, distribution and medical services.

advisory council

Kabba Anand is an acupuncturist who has studied and worked in integrated health facilities.
Gladys Baisa was Executive Director (retired) of Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc..
Lynn Araki-Regan is an attorney who is the Director of the Office of Economic Development for Maui County.
Bill Donahue is an attorney and the Consulting Director for Hawaii Independent Physicians Association.
Henry Foo Sum, Jr. is a retired fire fighter and actively involved with the Maui Veteran’s Council and American Legion Post 8.
Carolyn Schaefer Gray owns and manages an investment company and is a major patron and Board member of Maui Arts & Cultural Center and the Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center. She is also a Trustee of the Indianapolis Museum of Art and the Indianapolis Civic Theatre.
Honeybun Haynes has served as President and Director of the Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center and is a Director of the Maui Arts & Cultural Center, Maui Historical Society and Hospice Maui.
James Haynes is the President of Maui Petroleum and Vice-Pres. of Hawaii Petroleum, Director of Kaupo Ranch and Kalama Land Co, and a benefactor and Director for the Maui Arts and Cultural Center, Hawaii Nature Conservance and Seabury Hall.
Chuck Hazama served for 17 years as the Mayor of Rochester, Minnesota, during which Rochester achieved economic revitalization and was designated “No. 1 City—Place to Live” by Money Magazine. He is a Director of the Nisei Veterans Memorial Center.
David Kern is a naturopath who has established a complementary and alternative medicine treatment program at Maui Memorial Med. Center.
Greg LaGoy is the Director of Hospice Maui and is earning his Master’s Degree in Business and Health Administration.
Michael May is an interventional radiologist formerly at Maui Memorial and now working as a radiology consultant on the Mainland.
Paul Meyer is the retired CFO, Maui Land & Pineapple Co.; served as an officer and trustee on the Hale Makua Board and was president of the Hale Makua Foundation.
Norman Oshiro is a massage therapist and teacher at the Mokichi Okada Association which has a healing center in Kahului, using the Jorei Medical Art, a system of complementary and alternative care.
Sidney A. Piosalan retired, USN, and is currently heading a veterans’ center project for the Maui County Veterans’ Council.
Bob Richardson is a retired attorney with experience in hospital funding.
David Rowe is Vice-President Of SunGard, which specializes in data protections systems and trading for financial institutions.
Mandy Rowe is the former Registrar for Stanford Medical School.
James Shenfield is a retired Executive of Gladwyne Corporation and served on a Pennsylvania hospital board and has a background in marketing for Campbell Soup Co. and other businesses.
Bob Schoenecker has a entrepreneurial background, forming a company which developed software for hospitals and another which developed websites for the arts, and was a Director of the Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center.
David Spee is an attorney in private practice in Paia, Maui.
Bill Sueoka was Assistant Director for Teacher Certification/Credentialing for the New Jersey Dept. of Education. He is President of Sueoka Enterprises and Renaissance Cities where he consulted on community planning for Weehawken and Jersey City, and other cities from Toronto to Portland, Oregon.
Susie Thieman was the owner and editor of the Downtown Planet, published in Honolulu and currently serves as CEO of MEO Business Development Corp.
Sue White is earning her Master’s Degree in Health Services Administration and served as client services program supervisor for county health clinics in California.


consulting firms

A Houston-based professional advisory organization specializing in strategic planning, delivery system development/implementation, facility planning, “service differentiation,” marketing and financial planning services. Representative clients include Providence Health System, Sentara Health System, Yale New Haven Hospital and University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

The award-winning firm is one of the nation’s largest architectural firms with extensive expertise in healthcare campus, facility and equipment planning. The Maui team has a strong urban planning and land use practice and is developing a unique campus concept. Representative projects include the nation’s first all digital heart hospital, Indianapolis Heart Hospital Providence Health System, and the Texas Heart Institute/St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital.

A subsidiary of VHA Inc. (the largest healthcare cooperative with over 2,200 members) has over 200 consultants focused on operations, information systems and financial planning for the healthcare industry. VHA is developing operating benchmarks, conceptual information systems planning and prospective financial statements. Representative clients include Mayo Foundation, Providence Health System and Sutter Health


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