New members appointed to Harrison’s board

BREMERTON — Harrison Medical Center recently welcomed the addition of several members to the organization’s Board of Directors.

“These new board members, with backgrounds in medicine and mental health, continue our tradition of having a board with a diverse knowledge to guide Harrison’s vision,” said Scott Bosch, president and CEO of Harrison Medical Center.

In July, the Harrison Board welcomed Ronald Reimer, MD, and Joe Roszak, CEO of Kitsap Mental Health Services.  Reimer, a medical oncologist, formerly served as chairman of Harrison’s Department of Medicine, as well as served on boards for KPS, Hospice of Kitsap County, and Kitsap County Medical Society. Roszak has been a leader of nonprofit organizations in three states for the past two and a half decades.

“With the vision of expanding cancer care and with the myriad of changes following the implementation of our local mental health tax and the Affordable Care Act, we are excited about these additions to our Board,” said James Civilla, Harrison’s board chair.

The board’s newest member, Anita McIntyre, MD, was appointed last week. McIntyre is a private practice physician with Obstetrics and Gynecology Associates in Silverdale. She also serves as vice president of the Kitsap County Medical Society and volunteers on medical team mission trips with Children of the Nations.

Harrison’s new board members also include two representatives from Franciscan Health System. Appointed is Roy Brooks, chairman of the Franciscan Board, who is an Olympic College graduate and former chairman and CEO of Mountain Bank Holding Company and Westmark Electronics. Also appointed is Mike Hoffman, who brings with him 27 years of management experience in the pharmaceutical industry.

Two members of Harrison’s board will serve on the Franciscan Board.  They are James Civilla, board chair, and James Smalley, secretary/treasurer.


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