WEA Board welcomes new director
Providence Health & Services' Chief Executive of Ambulatory Services Brad Henry has joined the WEA Board of Directors.
Henry is taking the place of Providence's Nancy Roberts, who has stepped off the Board.
In 2000, Henry joined Providence Health and Services as a physical therapist.
After eight years in clinical care and management, he transitioned into the Ambulatory Services division and for the past 12 years, Henry has worked to grow and enhance the ambulatory assets within the Oregon region.
At Providence, he has the leadership accountability for diagnostic imaging, rehabilitation services, sports medicine, sleep medicine, educational operations, and fitness services across the state.
He is also responsible for the continued growth and development of the joint venture opportunities in the region including imaging, surgical, and more.
Henry holds a master's degree in physical therapy from the University of Puget Sound, and a master's degree in health administration from the University of Washington.
In his free time, he enjoys spending time in the community with his wife and four children.
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