Stevens Hospital has a new commissioner, a result of a recent voter-approved proposition that increased the board's size from three to five members. The Stevens Healthcare Board...
Stevens Hospital has a new commissioner, a result of a recent voter-approved proposition that increased the board’s size from three to five members.
The Stevens Healthcare Board of Commissioners, which oversees the hospital and several community clinics, voted last week to appoint Charles “Chuck” Day.
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Day will help the board choose its fifth member in a vote scheduled Jan. 19.
He has been involved with Medicare audits for hospitals and extended-care facilities and spent 15 years with the University of Washington, where his work included audits of the UW hospital and the schools of medicine and dentistry.
Thirteen candidates from Lynnwood, Edmonds, Mill Creek, Woodway and Bothell have applied for the new commission spots.