Stephen Stake DrPH, Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Stake is a specialist in health system administration, program development, monitoring and evaluation, analysis, teaching, and cross-cultural communication. He has over ten years of public health leadership focusing on social and behavioral interventions for indigenous populations including Apache, Mixtec, and Sylhetti.
As a Johnson & Johnson Community Health Care Scholar for his work in developing sustainability in poor areas, he comes to K’ima:w Medical Center from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health where he was an Associate Faculty member.
Jessica Mosier, Administrative Officer
Ms. Mosier has been with K’ima:w Medical Center for nearly twenty years. She has been the Executive Secretary since 2005 providing continuity to the medical center administration and orienting each new Governing Board member to organization policies. In addition, she acts as a continuous quality improvement monitor and a liaison for Joint Commission accreditation standards.
Marie Harrington, EMHL, RHCEOC, Chief Operating Officer
Ms. Harrington holds an Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership (EMHL) from Brown University’s School of Professional Studies and is an accomplished National Rural Health Association Certified Chief Executive Officer with over 23 years of success driving continuous improvement within the healthcare administration field through a focus on staff development and training, patient education, and savvy fiscal revenue cycle management. She is a dynamic leader adept at inspiring clinicians, staff, and administrators to outperform patient expectations by demonstrating gold-standard service. Articulate communicator with a passion for encouraging internal leadership and staff development as a mentor and coach. She was excited to relocate to serve in this role and bring her patient-centric leadership approach to K’ima:w Medical Center, which serves this wonderful community in this nation’s best kept secret, the amazing Hoopa Valley.