Our Leadership Team
Our leadership team at Gillette provides strategic direction toward a commitment to superior medical care and sound financial management.
Chief Executive Officer, President
Barbara Joers became Gillette’s chief executive officer in October, 2013. She received a bachelor’s degree in hospital administration from Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia and a master’s degree in health services management and policy from George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
Steven Koop, M.D.
Steven Koop, M.D., has been Gillette’s medical director since 2001. Koop received a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minn., and his medical degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School.
Vice President of Human Resources, Education and Guest Experience
Kit Brady has been Gillette's vice president of human resources, education and guest experience since 2014. Brady received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and drama from the University of Dallas and a Master of Fine Arts degree in theater directing and management from the University of Minnesota. She also received a Master of Arts degree in human resources management from Concordia University.
Vice President of Patient Care
Karen Brill has been Gillette’s vice president of patient care since 2009. Brill received a Baccalaureate of Nursing degree from the University of Manitoba and a Master of Healthcare Administration degree from Bellevue University in Nebraska.
Vice President of Performance and Information Management
Tim Getsay became vice president of information systems in April, 2013. Getsay received his Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Kenyon College and a Master of Labor and Human Resources degree from Ohio State University.
Vice President of Finance, Chief Financial Officer
James Haddican has been Gillette’s chief financial officer since 1999. Haddican received a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from the University of Northern Colorado and his Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Southern Colorado.
Vice President of Institutional Advancement
Dennis Jolley became vice president of institutional advancement in January, 2015. Jolley received a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the University of Utah and a Master of Public Health, Epidemiology and Social Medicine degree from the Utah School of Medicine. He also received a Master of Education degree in teaching and learning theory from Westminster College in Salt Lake City.
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