PHSW Foundation Names Three New Board Members
PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center
Foundation Names Three New Board Members
—Each bring years of civic leadership experience to the community-based Board—
The PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center (PHSW) Foundation is pleased to announce the names of three new members of the Foundation’s community-based Board of Directors. The following new members were elected for a three-year term:
Ron Keil is the former owner of Keil’s Grocery Stores and previously served on the hospital board when PeaceHealth Southwest was known as St. Joseph’s Hospital. In the community, Ron served as the District 510 Governor of Rotary and was the board chair of Clark College.
Jan Wolf is a community volunteer who has served on the Foundation Board, serving as Vice-Chair and Chair. In the community, she has served on the boards of Swift, Clark College Foundation and Children’s Home Society.
Rick Terrell is co-founder and Chairman of the Board of RS Medical. The Vancouver-based company provides physician-prescribed pain management and rehabilitation products and services.
All have been supporters of the Medical Center for many years. Photos of the three new Board members are attached.
PeaceHealth Southwest Foundation
The PeaceHealth Southwest Foundation is the primary fundraising arm of the Medical Center and manages over $11 million for programs such as Family Medicine Southwest, Cardiac Care, Hospice, Cancer Care, Diabetes Education and Physical Rehab. The Foundation is a separately incorporated not-for-profit organization. Its mission is to support the work of the Medical Center as it benefits the community. Therefore, it shares the same goals, namely to increase access and affordability and to work towards prevention. It accomplishes this by working with businesses and individuals that want to make an impact on the medical center as a vital, community resource.