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Twin Cities Community Hospital Elects 2017 Governing Board Officers & Members

by System on Jan 4, 2017, 12:30 PM
Robert Rosales will serve as chair of the 15-member body of corporate representatives, staff physicians and community members.

TEMPLETON, CA (January 3, 2016) – The Twin Cities Community Hospital Governing Board recently confirmed its 2017 officers and members. Robert Rosales, a local real estate broker, will serve as chair of the 15-member body of corporate representatives, staff physicians and community members. The board is charged with overseeing the medical staff, the quality of professional services, and general business affairs of the hospital. Jonathan Riegler, M.D., a gastroenterologist in Templeton, will serve as Vice Chair and Joel Peterson, director of communications for Solterra Strategies in Paso Robles, will serve as Secretary/Treasurer. 

Incoming board members include Debra Leonard Albert, membership and marketing manager for Kennedy Club Fitness; A. Wayne Caruthers III, president of Management Recruiters of Templeton; Douglas J. Heumann, a local attorney; Kevin Colton, M.D., an internist in Templeton; and Joel Peelen, M.D., an anesthesiologist in Templeton.

“The Governing Board is happy to inaugurate these esteemed leaders as hospital and community representatives for 2017,” said Mark Lisa, CEO of Twin Cities. “With the assistance of these talented, dedicated members, we will continue to provide the North County community with the best healthcare, the safest environment, and the greatest customer care possible.”

Continuing Governing Board members include Meg Williamson, assistant city manager for the City of Paso Robles; Edward Steinbeck, a real estate agent in Paso Robles; Andrew Anthony, M.D., Chief of Staff for Twin Cities; Thomas Hale, M.D., medical director for the Twin Cities’ Emergency Department; Randolph Lawrence, M.D., a general surgeon in Templeton; and Steve McAllen, M.D., an internal medicine physician in Templeton.