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Mark J. O'Connor
- Occupation: Incumbent, Community Clinic Executive Director
- B.A. Social Science, Sonoma State University, 1971
- Physician Assistant Program, Stanford Medical School, 1976
- Masters in Healthcare Administration, University of San Francisco, 1992
- City of Sunnyvale Planning Commission, Chair 1994-98
- Director, El Camino Hospital, 1994-Present, Current President
- Member Mountain View Downtown Revitilization, 1996-98
David W Reeder
- To continue community control of El Camino Hospital goverance.
- To recruit new doctors and nurses reaching retirement age.
- To maintain fiscal viablity to prepare for hospital rebuild to comply with State mandated earthquake retrofit.
- Occupation: Appointed Incumbent
- Director, El Camino Hospital District Board of Directors - 1999-present
- Account Manager, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
- Los Altos City Council - 1987-1995, Mayor-1989-90
- Los Altos Planning Commission - 1979-1986
- Los Altos Community Foundation Board of Direc tors
- Mediation Program Board of Directors
- Continue the excellent quality of health care provided to the residents of the District by El Camino Hospital
- Continue current high patient, employee and physician satisfaction scores while improving the hospital's financial position
- Rebuild El Camino into the hospital of the future providing for the current and future health care needs of the residents of the District
- Occupation: Patent Attorney/Engineer
- President, Rescue Now International, a non-profit that works to improve access to health care in developing countries.
- Patent attorney in a local intellectual property law firm.
- Recipient of Fulbright Binational Business Grant to Mexico.
- Proficient in Spanish.
- Graduated from Stanford Law School (1994) and U.S. Naval Academy (B.S. Mech. Eng. & History 1986).
- Served on Active Duty in the U.S. Navy (1986-1991), including 2-1/2 years assigned to a ship based in Japan.
Philip F. Green
- Keeping El Camino a community hospital, accountable to our local community.
- Ensuring that the Hospital provides the highest quality of patient care, consistent with our values as a community.
- Guaranteeing the financial well-being of our community hospital.
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Laura E. Ferrer
- Occupation: Retired Teacher
- Occupation: Technical Writer
- B.A. English/Spanish, U.C. Berkeley, 1979
- Articulate Management, Interpersonal Relations
- Small Business Owner
- 25 years in high tech companies
- Lifetime Local Citizen (born in Palo Alto)
- To keep El Camino Hospital off the dole and out of the tax trough
- To emphasize first-rate hiring and staff retention practices
- To cement the hospital's recently-acquired foundation of financial health
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