Kirby Medical Center Governing Board
A Dedicated Team of Community Volunteers
Kirby Medical Center is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization and does
not have stockholders, but we do have stakeholders – that is individuals
or groups that benefit from the hospital’s quality services. A hospital's
stakeholders can include its patients, families and the larger community.
Stakeholders also include employees, physicians, businesses and other
community healthcare providers, all of which have an interest in seeing
the hospital succeed.
Kirby Medical Center’s Governing Board of Directors consists of a
group of dedicated and professional volunteer community members. As trustees,
they represent the best interests of the hospital’s stakeholders,
setting direction and goals by:
- Adopting broad policies
- Approving the strategic direction of the organization
- Selecting and evaluating the chief executive
- Evaluating the hospital’s performance
Governing Board of Directors:
Steven D. Tenhouse, CEO, Secretary
Narain D. Mandhan, Chief Medical Officer
Karla Bradley, Vice Chairman
Gary Huisinga, Treasurer
Craig Webb, Chairman
Thomas Scaggs, M.D.