Salem Health Board of Trustees


Bonnie Driggers, BSN, MS, MA, RN, Board Chair

Bonnie Driggers is professor emeritus at the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). From the OHSU School of Nursing, Driggers received her Bachelor of Science in 1975 and her Master of Science in 1986. She also holds a master’s degree in Public Administration from Portland State University. Bonnie served as the director of Clinical Teaching Systems and Programs for the OHSU School of Nursing and was the co‐director of the OHSU Simulation and Clinical Learning Center for several years. In these roles she worked in partnership with the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education, OHSU and other health systems and educational programs to design interdisciplinary clinical learning opportunities. These opportunities used simulation as an adjunct to clinical experiences that support the competencies required for health care practitioners. Driggers held a faculty position at OHSU School of Nursing for many years and at the School of Medicine since 2005. She recently retired as faculty emeritus, and continues to teach on a volunteer basis. Currently, in partnership with Dr. Michael Seropian, Driggers consults throughout the United States, Canada and overseas in the area of simulation education, program development, implementation and facility design. Prior to her faculty and consulting roles, Driggers served in a variety of management and administrative roles at OHSU, including two years as the interim chief nurse executive and associate director for patient care services.


 Alan K. Wynn, Secretary/Treasurer

Alan Wynn is the chief financial officer of Truitt Bros., Inc., in Salem, having held that position since 1989. He is a member of the senior management team, where his duties include management of banking relationships, accounting, credit, information technology and human resources. Prior employment includes audit manager in the Portland office of Touche Ross. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University and earned his Certified Public Accountant designation in 1989.




Robert Wells

Bob Wells is the former Salem city manager where he was responsible for the day‐to‐day operation of Salem’s government, reporting to the city council. Wells worked for the city for more than 30 years, including time as the assistant city manager, budget officer and administrative analyst in the finance department and community development departments.





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John Combes, MD

Dr. John Combes is the chief medical officer and senior vice president of the American Hospital Association (AHA) and the president of the Center for Healthcare Governance, an AHA affiliate organization. The Center is AHA’s resource for health care board members, executives and thought leaders focused on advancing excellence, innovation and accountability in health care governance through education, tool development and research. Dr. Combes also leads the AHA’s Physician Leadership Forum providing education, tools and information to encourage physician leadership development. Additionally, he serves as Senior Fellow at the Hospital Research and Education Trust, and focuses on quality and leadership issues in patient safety, end-of-life care and clinical performance improvement. Dr. Combes is also a current member of the Board of Governors for the National Patient Safety Foundation. He received his medical degree from Cornell University in New York and his post-graduate training from Boston City Hospital. Dr. Combes has held several senior management positions at a variety of health care organizations. He continues to serve on several national advisory groups on medical ethics, palliative care and reduction of medical errors.




Katherine Keene

Katherine Keene has served on the board of Salem Health since 1996. She was CEO of Oregon’s largest workers’ compensation insurance company for 15 years. Keene recently retired as executive director of Capital Manor, a continuing care retirement community. She has extensive involvement in the community, having served on the Board of Directors of the Salem Chamber of Commerce, Director of Umpqua Bank, member of the Board of the Oregon Symphony Association and volunteer for the Willamette Humane Society.






Kenneth Sherman, Jr.

Ken Sherman, Jr., is an attorney who has been a member of the Oregon State Bar since 1974. He has spent his entire law career with Sherman Sherman Johnnie & Hoyt, previously known as DeArmond, Sherman & Barber. He received his education at Whittier College in Whittier, California, and Gonzaga University Law School in Spokane, and he holds both Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctor degrees. Sherman has served as president of the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce and various other civic organizations and has been a member of the Salem Health Board of Trustees since 1988.





Lane Shetterly

Lane Shetterly is a partner in the law firm Shetterly Irick and Ozias in Dallas, Oregon, where he began his law practice in 1981. Shetterly was born in Dallas. He graduated with honors from Western Oregon University in 1977 with a Bachelor of Science in Education, and with honors from Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College, in 1981. He was a member of the Oregon House of Representatives from 1997 to 2004, and director of the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development from 2004 to 2007. He is chair of the Oregon Law Commission, a position he has held since 1998, and was appointed by the Governor in 2005 to serve as a representative from Oregon on the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. In 2010 he received the Henry and Helen Graven Award for his contributions to community, church and society from Wartburg College, Iowa. Past recipients of include Greg Mortensen and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Shetterly represents the community as a person who was born and raised in the rural community that Salem Health West Valley serves. He stayed in the region for his undergraduate college years and returned after earning his law degree. He has longstanding ties to the community and continues to serve on the board as an advocate for the residents of the community.





Nancy Reyes-Molyneux, MD

Dr. Nancy Reyes-Molyneux is a radiation oncologist and in private practice with Radiation Therapy Consultants, PC, since 1999. Radiation Therapy Consultants provides radiation therapy at Salem Health and Willamette Valley Medical Center in McMinnville. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Radiology. She received her medical degree from Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, with residencies in radiation oncology at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York and in radiation medicine at Loma Linda University Medical Center in California. After completion of residency, Dr. Reyes-Molyneux first became an instructor, then assistant professor, as well as the assistant director of the residency program at the Loma Linda Department of Radiation Medicine. Among her current leadership roles at Salem Health, she serves on the Salem Health Quality Operations Committee and Oncology Peer Review Committee, is the section chief for Radiation Oncology and the clinical site director for Radiation Oncology with Salem Cancer Institute. She has participated in the Salem Health Physician Leadership Institute and is co-chair of the Genitourinary Tumor Site Committee, as well as co-chair of the weekly Cancer Conference.




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Robert Kelly, MD

Dr. Rob Kelly is an emergency physician and partner in active practice with Salem Emergency Physicians Service, PC, (SEPS) since 1997. Raised in Salem, and a graduate of Sprague High School, Kelly got his medical degree from Oregon Health & Sciences University and completed a residency in emergency medicine at Orlando Regional Medical Center in Florida. He is board-certified in emergency medicine by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. In addition to full-time clinical practice, Kelly has served in multiple leadership roles during his career at Salem Health. As the President and CEO of SEPS since 2007, he directs the business and legal aspects of the practice, which includes 33 full-time board-certified emergency physicians. Salem Health’s Salem emergency department is the busiest between Seattle and San Francisco with an annual patient volume of 95,000 patients. Kelly is actively involved in leadership development at Salem Health, serving on the steering committee of the Physician Leadership Institute, helping design the curriculum and participating in ongoing course evaluation and improvement activities. He also serves on the Emergency Executive Committee and has received two Service Excellence Awards.






Theresa Haskins

Theresa Haskins is an 18-year veteran with Portland General Electric and serves as PGE’s business market manager. She leads business relations and industry development strategies, using her customer and utility operations experience to create programs that promote investment and employment growth for PGE’s business customers, particularly in new energy, storage and advanced data technologies. Her utility experience includes management in distribution operations, marketing, product development and community relations. She holds a bachelor’s degree in International Business and Marketing from Gonzaga University and has completed executive leadership programs at the University of Idaho and Harvard University. Haskins serves on the boards at Blanchet Catholic School, the Workforce Investment Board of Clackamas County, SEDCOR and the National Utility Economic Development Association. She is also a past president of the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce.




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John Lattimer

John Lattimer is the chief administrative officer and budget officer for Marion County. Previously, he served as Oregon’s legislative fiscal officer for ten years, Oregon state auditor for five years, and chief information officer for the State of Oregon for two years. Lattimer has served locally on a variety of appointed public boards and commissions including the Budget Advisory Team for the Salem-Keizer School District, the Public Commission on the Legislature, the Salem Task Force on Neighborhood Associations, the Salem Town Square Task Force and the Salem Blue Ribbon Task Force—Police Facility. He chaired the Southwest Association of Neighbors and is a member of the Salem Downtown Rotary, Salem Chamber of Commerce, SEDCOR board, Local Government Personnel Institute board, and the Behavioral Care Network board and executive committee. Lattimer holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Kansas. Additionally, he taught public policy analysis at Willamette University’s Atkinson Graduate School of Management as well as public finance in the MPA program at Portland State University.
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Ric Linares

Ric Linares is the Northwest Region President for CRH, operating locally under the brand River Bend Materials. He has held positions in quality control, operations and area management before becoming Region President. He graduated from Oregon State University with a bachelor's degree in construction engineering management in 1992 and started his career with River Bend. He has been involved in various industry and community associations currently including Oregon Concrete & Aggregate Producers Association and is also on the board of The Elsinore Theater in Salem.


David Harrison, MD

Dr. Harrison grew up in Chicago. He earned his undergraduate degree from Yale University, and then attended medical school at the University of Virginia. He completed his radiology residency and magnetic resonance imaging fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. After finishing his training, Dr. Harrison worked for nine years as a radiologist at a small Harvard teaching hospital, where he became associate chief and directed the MRI program. He took a sabbatical in 2004, working as a radiologist in New Zealand. He joined Salem Radiology Consultants in August 2005.

Dr. Harrison's wife, Joyce Millen, is an anthropology professor at Willamette University. They live in Salem with their daughter Maya. Dr. Harrison's outside interests include traveling, hiking, running and birding. He also serves on the boards of the Oregon Chapter of the Nature Conservancy and the American Bird Conservancy.


Phil Jackson

Phil Jackson has been a leader in health care systems for four decades. He is currently CEO of Sutter Health’s Health Plan Products. He previously spent nearly 30 years with Washington-based Providence St. Joseph Health.

After leadership roles at Providence Health Plan, Jackson moved into medical group management. He served as chief operating officer, vice president of physician services and, finally, chief integration and transformation officer for the California region while at Providence Medical Group. Jackson served as president and CEO of Oregon’s Health CO-OP before moving to his current role at Sutter. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Portland State University and a master’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin.

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