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Governing Board

Kirby Medical Center is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization and does not have stockholders, but we do have stakeholders – that is individuals or groups that benefit from the hospital’s quality services. A hospital's stakeholders can include its patients, families and the larger community. Stakeholders also include employees, physicians, businesses and other community healthcare providers, all of which have an interest in seeing the hospital succeed.

Kirby Medical Center’s Governing Board consists of a group of dedicated and professional volunteer community members. As trustees, they represent the best interests of the hospital’s stakeholders, setting direction and goals by: 

  • Adopting broad policies
  • Approving the strategic direction of the organization
  • Selecting and evaluating the chief executive
  • Evaluating the hospital’s performance
Steven D. Tenhouse
Steven D. Tenhouse
Steve Ayers
Steve Ayers
Jim Ballsrud
Jim Ballsrud, Treasurer
Karla Bradley
Karla Bradley
Ed Ewald
Ed Ewald
Gary Huisinga
Gary Huisinga, Vice Chairman
Steve Mills
Steve Mills
Dyke Piatt
Dyke Piatt
Bill Tracy
Bill Tracy
Craig Webb
Craig Webb, Chairman
Joshua Sawlaw
Joshua Sawlaw
Dr. William Lanker
Dr. William Lanker