David W. Schultz
Market President for the Peninsula Region
Harrison Medical Center and St. Anthony Hospital
David Schultz brings a wealth of clinical and administrative experience in both in- and outpatient care settings to Harrison Medical Center and St. Anthony Hospital. Prior to joining CHI Franciscan Health in December 2014, he served as chief operating officer at Overlake Medical Center, a 349-bed hospital in Bellevue, Washington.
He joined Overlake in 2007, and while there, helped guide the installation of the Epic electronic health record, which Harrison and CHI Franciscan Health have also adopted. During his tenure at Overlake, he also led numerous facility improvement projects, expanded the growth of the Overlake Medical Clinic physician network, and provided oversight for the quality program, which received national awards from The Joint Commission for hospital oversight.
His prior experience includes serving as Administrator/Chief Operations Officer for Northwest Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona; Vice President at East Texas Medical Center, a Level I Trauma facility; Chief Administrative Officer at Children’s Medical Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma; and, Chief Operating Officer at Doctor’s Hospital, also in Tulsa.
Schultz has a master’s degree in health care administration from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, and is an American College of Healthcare Executives Fellow.
Rear Admiral Michael H. Anderson, MD, (ret.)
Vice President, Medical Affairs & Associate Chief Medical Officer, Peninsula Region
Michael Anderson, MD, has tremendous capabilities in bringing together diverse medical systems in ways that transform quality and access to care. Most recently, Dr. Anderson served as the Medical Officer to the Marine Corps, and Director, Health Services, Headquarters U.S. Marine Corps. Dr. Anderson has championed a transformational relationship with the Department of Veterans Affairs that established a new form of joint healthcare delivery. He also established new clinical standards for garrison healthcare within the Navy’s operational forces and later served as the Navy’s Medical Inspector General. Dr. Anderson is a member of the American Academy of Family Practitioners (AAFP).
Dr. Anderson received his degree in medicine in May 1983 from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, School of Medicine in Bethesda, Md., and a bachelor’s degree with a major in biology from the University of California, San Diego. He completed his family practice internship at the Naval Regional Medical Center, Camp Pendleton.
Vice President & Chief Nursing Officer (CNO)
Ms. Rasmussen most recently served as Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer at Providence Centralia Hospital, in Centralia, Washington. While there, she led interdisciplinary teams focused on developing coordination of care programs across the patient care continuum, from doctor’s office to hospital, and through post-discharge care planning.
Ms. Rasmussen is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the American Organization of Nurse Executives.
Jeanell Rasmussen received her Master’s in Nursing degree in June 2011 from the University of Washington, Tacoma. She also holds a Master’s in Organizational Leadership degree and a Graduate Certificate in Human Resources from Chapman University.