Two Leaders Join Sutter Health Board of Directors in August
The Sutter Health Board of Directors elected two new members in 2018. Gary Caine and Colleen Dunn joined the board of directors in August 2018.
“We are pleased to welcome these accomplished and knowledgeable leaders to Sutter’s board of directors,” said Sarah Krevans, president & CEO of Sutter Health. “Their expertise, experience and commitment to our non-profit mission will help us build an integrated network of care around patient and community needs that will transform healthcare.”
About Gary Caine
Gary Caine joined the Sutter Health Board of Directors in August 2018. His work experience includes 40 years with Deloitte & Touche in the San Francisco Bay Area, where most recently he was senior audit partner. Caine was Deloitte’s lead member in the Big Four Accounting Firms California Public Policy Group and also served as Deloitte’s business representative with California government, meeting frequently with elected officials and policy leaders. He is a member of the California State Board of Accountancy Enforcement Advisory Committee as a Governor’s appointee and the CalCPA Society Government Relations Committee.
About Colleen Dunn
Colleen Dunn joined the Sutter Health Board of Directors in August 2018. Most recently, she worked as chief information officer and senior vice president of information technology at Best Buy Co. Inc. Her past leadership roles include vice president of information technology at Williams-Sonoma Inc., chief information officer at Dole Fresh Vegetables Inc., and a variety of information technology roles at Blue Diamond Growers. Dunn served in the United States Marine Corps from 1973-1977. She previously served on the Las Vegas and Minneapolis boards of First Robotics, a national non-profit organization that inspires young people to be science and technology leaders and innovators through participation in exciting, mentor-based research and robotics programs.
About Sutter Health
Sutter Health is more than 60,000 people strong thanks to its integrated network of physicians, employees and volunteers. Rooted in Sutter Health’s not-for-profit mission, these team members partner to deliver exceptional care that feels personal. From physician offices to hospitals to outpatient care centers and home services, they proudly support the more than 3 million people in their care—nearly 1 percent of the U.S. population, in one of the most diverse and innovative regions in the world. Sutter team members adopt new technologies, make novel discoveries and embrace creative thinking to help patients and communities achieve their best health. From its street nurse program that provides check-ups for homeless people, to telemedicine-aided specialist consultations, to walk-in care clinics, to video visits, the Sutter Health team goes beyond traditional models to make care more convenient and to nurture and empower people throughout their healthcare journey.