Tom Sadvary leads an integrated healthcare system including five acute care hospitals, extensive outpatient services, research, teaching programs, community services and multiple primary care and specialty care practices, imaging sites, and immediate care locations.
Under his guidance, HonorHealth is creating a transformative model of caring for its patients across the continuum with a mission to improve the health and well-being of the community.
He joined the organization in 1986 as administrator of Scottsdale Shea Medical Center and has served in progressive executive roles prior to his appointment as chief executive officer in June 2005. He was instrumental in the growth of the system and influential in leading the merger of John C. Lincoln Health Network and Scottsdale Healthcare.
The locally owned, not-for-profit healthcare systems in Phoenix and Scottsdale affiliated in 2013, finalized its merger in 2014, and announced the new name of HonorHealth in 2015.
Tom began his career in healthcare as a paramedic. His undergraduate degree is from Allegheny College and his master's degree in public health is from the University of Pittsburgh.
In 2015, he was inducted into the Scottsdale's History Hall of Fame. He is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. His community leadership roles include the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association, Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce, Scottsdale Rotary Club and Greater Phoenix Leadership Council.
Rhonda Forsyth focuses on the day-to-day and long-term operations and strategy for HonorHealth to transform and align healthcare operations across its hospitals and a growing array of ambulatory and physician practices.
As HonorHealth moves to population health and improving the health and well-being of the community across the continuum of care, she also leads the development of information technology and the development and expansion of the accountable care network.
She joined then John C. Lincoln Health Network in 1987 and was CEO of each of the Phoenix hospitals before becoming president and CEO of John C. Lincoln Health Network. With the merger of John C. Lincoln Health Network and Scottsdale Healthcare, Rhonda became the president of HonorHealth. She earned a Master of Science in business administration from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Arts from Pitzer College.
With more than 30 years of diverse experience in healthcare, Todd LaPorte, CPA, MBA, provides financial and strategic leadership in the midst of industry reform and emerging technologies.
He joined legacy Scottsdale Healthcare in 2001.He works in areas of finance and accounting, strategic planning, and other operations. Part of his role focuses on HonorHealth's relationships with the banking, investor and rating agency communities.
He started his career as a senior manager with Ernst & Young, an international CPA firm, with clients across the healthcare continuum. He also served clients in high tech manufacturing and consumer services. He then served as the CFO for an integrated dental company, leading many merger and acquisition activities.
Todd was named CFO of the Year by the Arizona chapter of the Financial Executives International in 2012 and was recognized by Becker's Hospital Review as one of the "125 Hospital and Health System CFOs to Know" in 2013.
He holds a bachelor's degree in Business from the University of Arizona and an MBA from Arizona State University.
He has served as board chair for a chapter of Big Brothers/Big Sisters and the Foundation for Public Education.
Alice Pope has been named senior vice president and chief financial officer for HonorHealth. Pope most recently served as chief financial officer for Wellmont Health System. A certified public accountant, she has nearly 25 years of experience in finance, including about 20 years in healthcare. She worked for Wellmont since 2000 which includes six hospitals in Tennessee and Virginia, a primary care network, multi-specialty group practices, an accountable care organization, ambulatory surgery centers and post-acute care facilities. Prior to her appointment as Wellmont’s chief financial officer, Pope served for three years as their senior vice president of finance, managed care and revenue cycle. Previously, she served as vice president and chief financial officer of Holston Valley Medical Center, Wellmont’s largest hospital. Pope holds a bachelor’s degree in commerce, with a concentration in accounting, from the University of Virginia and a master’s in business administration from East Tennessee State University.
Wendy Crawford leads talent acquisition, retention, employee development, benefits/compensation, and employee relations and people strategy for HonorHealth employees and physicians. She has a strong focus on attracting and keeping a talented workforce to provide the best patient care and support of patient care.
Wendy has more than 30 years’ experience as a human resources executive and consultant in a wide range of healthcare organizations, including Scripps Health in San Diego and SSM Health in St. Louis. Her expertise includes executive coaching, strategic planning, leadership development, innovative problem solving and process improvements.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Indiana University and a master’s degree in administration and management from the University of Michigan.
David Damore, Esq. has been named senior vice president and general counsel for HonorHealth. For the past ten years, David has served as outside legal counsel for the company working with senior management on various strategic matters, including the sale of its medical office portfolio and the creation of HonorHealth through the affiliation of Scottsdale Healthcare with John C. Lincoln Health Network. Damore has practiced law in the Phoenix area since 1984, focusing on commercial transactions and litigation. He began his career at Snell & Wilmer and was the founding member of the Damore Law Firm. He holds an undergraduate degree from Stanford University and a Juris Doctor degree from Arizona State University.
Nathan Anspach leads HonorHealth Medical Group and its ambulatory program development to create multiple access points and innovative care opportunities for community members for primary care, specialty care, urgent and immediate care, and other services.
HonorHealth Medical Group is the recipient of the national 2013 Fred Graham Award for Innovation in Community Health and is one of the largest medical groups in the nation to achieve patient centered medical home recognition by the National Committee on Quality Assurance.
Nathan joined the organization in 2010 and brings more than 30 years' experience in physician-hospital affiliations, physician practice management and ambulatory care program development to his role.
He is a fellow of both the American College of Healthcare Executives and the American College of Medical Practice Executives and holds bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of North Florida.
Richard Silver, MD, leads HonorHealth's organizational focus on developing an integrated network to improve the health and well-being of the community.
He partners with physicians, community resources and patients to proactively provide and create access to care and services through HonorHealth's hospitals, primary care and specialty care locations, and other services.
Dr. Silver joined the organization in December 2008, serving initially as director of the employed hospitalist program at HonorHealth Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical before being named chief medical officer of Scottsdale Healthcare Medical Group.
He is originally from Philadelphia, where he was the president and founder of Prime Health Network, a 21-physician private practice, and chairman of the board of Renaissance, a physician-owned disease management company in which Prime Health participated. He was trained at Thomas Jefferson University and is board certified in internal medicine with added qualifications in geriatrics.
As the chief physician executive, John Neil, MD, brings deep and varied leadership experience, an understanding of the changing local and national healthcare environment, and sensitivity to the complexities and challenges of medical practice which are unique to HonorHealth.
Dr. Neil, a highly regarded interventional radiologist, drives physician engagement throughout HonorHealth, working with a guiding principle to ensure that physicians have input and involvement in the decision-making processes of the health system. His work with clinical teams enables strategic initiatives, enhances operations, integrates clinical services and strengthens the continuum of patient care.
He joined HonorHealth as the senior physician leader in 2015, and he has held leadership roles with the organization’s medical staff, Scottsdale Health Partners and the HonorHealth Board of Directors. His professional experience includes serving as the chairman of SMIL, a large radiology practice that has been active in ambulatory development, practice mergers and joint ventures.
He is board certified with the American Board of Radiology with a Certificate of Added Qualification in Vascular and Interventional Radiology. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the University of Kansas and graduated with honors from Washington University School of Medicine.
Stephanie Jackson, MD, FHM, joined HonorHealth in 2015 as the chief medical officer for the hospitals and vice president for Quality for the network.
She is an accomplished physician executive with proven leadership in patient safety and quality improvement in a multi-state health system with a focus on quality and process improvement, analytics, infection prevention, medication safety, root cause analysis, peer review, hospital operations and more.
Her leadership experience includes positions as the system patient safety officer and the medical director for Patient Safety at PeaceHealth, a not-for-profit Catholic health system with nine hospitals, 1,560 acute care beds and more than 14,000 employees in Alaska, Washington and Oregon. There, she led efforts to eliminate healthcare-associated harm.
Dr. Jackson has over 20 years of clinical experience serving previously as the lead hospitalist for the Oregon Medical Group, a multi-specialty physician-owned group with more than 100 providers and 13 locations in Eugene, Oregon. Prior to becoming a hospitalist, Dr. Jackson was a traditional internist with a focus on diabetes care in Billings, Montana.
Dr. Jackson graduated with a bachelor’s degree in cell biology/biochemistry from Cornell University and earned her MD from Washington University School of Medicine. She is board certified in internal medicine.
After serving as CEO for three HonorHealth medical centers between 2008 and 2015, Bruce Pearson became the chief operating officer having responsibility for HonorHealth's five hospitals.
He works directly with the chief clinical officer, chief medical officer and other team members to direct operations of the five hospitals in support of the organization's mission, vision and strategic direction.
Bruce has extensive hospital leadership experience, particularly in areas such as strategic growth and specialty program development, operational performance improvement, physician collaboration and partnership, planning, and healthcare facilities development.
His prior experience includes senior leadership positions within Banner Health, including the former Good Samaritan Medical Center, the former Maryvale Samaritan Hospital and more than 10 years as the CEO of Banner Desert Medical Center and Cardon Children's Medical Center in the East Valley.
He holds an MBA from Brigham Young University and a master's degree in public health administration from Arizona State University. He has served in various positions of leadership in community-based organizations and has served as the chairman of the Board for the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association. He is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Gary Baker leads HonorHealth Scottsdale Shea Medical Center, an award-winning, 440-bed community teaching hospital offering adult and pediatric services. The Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center and HonorHealth Research Institute also are located on its campus and provide innovative and caring cancer treatments for patients in Arizona and around the country.
Prior to joining the organization in 1989, he worked at the University of Illinois Hospital in Chicago as the clinical manager in Pharmacy. Gary is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and a board member for Scottsdale Health Partners, an innovative joint venture between private practice physicians and the health system.
He has served as a board member and board chairman for the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association and as a board member for the Scottsdale Captive Insurance company. He earned both his bachelor's degree in Pharmacy and master's degree from the University of Illinois. He has completed a post graduate residency at the University of Illinois Hospital.
Jon Bartlett, who has 25 years of senior healthcare executive experience in Colorado, Arizona and Virginia, is vice president and chief executive officer for HonorHealth John C. Lincoln Medical Center.
Bartlett most recently served as president of LewisGale Regional Health System in Virginia, with four hospitals. He was also chief executive officer of LewisGale Medical Center in Salem, VA.
Prior to his appointment in Virginia, Bartlett worked for Vanguard Health System for 12 years, including 10 years as chief executive officer of Arrowhead Hospital, and another two years as president of Abrazo Health System.
Previously, he worked in the HealthONE System for 13 years, serving the last five years as chief operating officer of Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, a teaching hospital in Denver, CO.
Bartlett earned undergraduate and master’s degrees from the University of Colorado.
John Harrington Jr. brings more than 35 years of healthcare leadership experience to his role of CEO of Deer Valley Medical Center.
He joined the organization in May 2012 as the CEO of Deer Valley Medical Center, and under his leadership, the hospital has been recognized for excellence in heart care and stroke care as well as achieved designation as a Level III Trauma Center.
He started his career in healthcare 33 years ago as the assistant vice president of operations at the former Phoenix General Hospital.
His previous leadership experience includes CEO of Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center in Sun City, CEO at Banner Heart Hospital. He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). He recently finished his three-year term as one of four hospital executives in the United States on its Board of Governors. He also spent 10 years on the board of directors of the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association, including chairman and past chairman.
He has a bachelor's degree in microbiology and a master's degree in public health, both from the University of Pittsburgh.
With both clinical and business expertise, Kim Post, RN, MBA, DNP, fosters a sense of collaboration among the healthcare team in an environment focused on clinical quality, safety and an exceptional patient experience.
Kim joined then named Scottsdale Memorial Hospital in 1991 and has held numerous leadership and administrative positions throughout the organization at three medical centers.
She completed her Doctorate of Nursing Practice in 2012 at Case Western Reserve University, an Executive Fellowship at the Wharton School of Business at University of Pennsylvania in 2009 and a Master's of Business Administration at the University of Phoenix in 2000.
She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau, American Nurses Association and the American College of Healthcare Executives. She currently serves as a board member for the Arizona Board of Nursing and the Health Dimensions Group Executive Advisory Board.
David Price, MHA, MBA, joined the organization in June 2011 as vice president, Clinical & Support Services at John C. Lincoln Medical Center. He brought with him more than 10 years of experience working in health systems in Minneapolis and in San Diego before joining Banner Health in 2000, first as director of planning.
His prior experience includes associate administrator at Banner Desert Medical Center and Cardon Children's Medical Center, a 649-bed hospital campus in Mesa, Arizona. In his work in operations, he oversaw expansion, increased patient volume, added successful service lines, enhanced the patient experience, improved the productivity of his departments and increased revenues.
He holds a master's degree in Healthcare Administration, Managed Care and an MBA, Finance, both from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, and he serves as a volunteer and an advisory leader for the American Cancer Society, Phoenix Metropolitan Division, and as a volunteer for Junior Achievement.