Josh Martin, Chief Executive Officer
Josh comes to Summit Pacific Medical Center with more than 15 years of healthcare experience in both large tertiary health systems and rural community hospitals. He has served Grays Harbor County as a healthcare executive for more than 3 years, where he executed a strategic growth initiative that resulted in a 25% increase in healthcare providers.
Before moving to the Pacific Northwest to work at Jefferson Healthcare in Port Townsend, Josh spent ten years at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Idaho where he managed the ongoing optimization of physician services as it pertained to business development, organizational workflow, Lean initiatives and clinical standardization.
Josh has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Healthcare Administration and Bachelors of Science Degree in Business Administration, both from Northwest Nazarene University in Idaho. He has certifications in Lean Process Improvement from the University of Washington and Social Marketing from Boise State University. He understands the healthcare delivery system and enjoys the challenge of rural hospitals. Josh is well versed in hospital and clinic operations, physician alignment, strategic planning and cultural development. He strives to create an organizational culture that embodies excellence, compassion and quality while enhancing operational efficiencies within the delivery system.
He and his wife Sarah have been together for over 15 years and have three young children. In his free time, he enjoys coaching community sports, spending time in the outdoors with his family and mountain biking.
Will Callicoat joined Summit Pacific in the summer of 2011. He had previously spent 10 years in financial management at a variety of healthcare institutions, including serving the Washington State Hospital Association (WSHA) as Director of Financial Policy and Providence Health and Services as their Regional Director of Healthcare Policy. While with WSHA, Will spent time advocating the state legislature and state agencies for improved Medicaid payments and other policy and budget priorities. At Providence, he supported 10 hospitals, 4 skilled nursing facilities, and primary care physicians throughout Washington and Montana — developing their regulatory affairs, strategic positions for certificate of need projects, and business plans associated with capital expansions. After meeting with the District’s leadership team in 2011, Will knew that he wanted to join our team of passionate, visionaries. He could not wait to work at an organization where he would experience first-hand the positive impact Summit Pacific has on the community and looked forward to being able to interact with the patients we serve. Ultimately, Will strives to find ways for Summit Pacific to bring new services to East Grays Harbor, and in a way that maintains affordable care. He is working to build upon the partnerships formed with other public hospitals through the Washington Rural Health Collaborative so that we can all work together to bring our communities new and affordable services.
Ken Dietrich, MD, Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Ken Dietrich comes to Summit Pacific Medical Center with extensive knowledge in both medicine and administration. Prior to accepting the CMO role, Dr. Dietrich spent a year and a half working in SPMC’s Emergency Department. Dr. Dietrich is excited about SPMC’s vision statement and realizes that Grays Harbor is an underserved area. His work at Summit Pacific will include evaluating systems, developing services and working with our providers to ensure they have the resources they need to provide great care. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and a Fellow of the Society of Critical Care Medicine. He has worked in critical care medicine for more than 34 years. He served as a pediatric critical care physician at Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital in Tacoma for 26 years.
Dr. Dietrich received his Medical Degree from the Louisiana State University School of Medicine in 1982. After receiving his medical degree, he received residency training in pediatrics at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital at Oregon Health & Science University. After completing his residency Dr. Dietrich traveled to the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics in Madison where he completed his fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care. After completing fellowship Dr. Dietrich became the PICU Medical Director for LSU Medical School in Shreveport, Louisiana where he started their first PICU program. After successfully developing the PICU program, Dr. Dietrich and his family decided it was time to move back to the Pacific Northwest.
He came to Mary Bridge in Tacoma in 1990 as a pediatric intensivist and built a private practice from one employee to a large multi-specialty group, Pediatric Specialty Services. From 1997-2005, Dr. Dietrich led the development of a large Physician Hospital Organization (PHO) through partnerships between his multi specialty group, a large primary care pediatric group, and Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital. The PHO, Mary Bridge Children’s Health Alliance, was engaged in program development, risk and fee-for-service contracting, installation of an EMR system throughout the hospital and physician practice locations, as well as billing, collecting, and other back office areas for over 240 physicians. During those years Dr. Dietrich pursued additional education, receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Biblical Studies, a Masters in Business Education, and lastly a Masters in Christian Studies.
Dr. Dietrich has a wealth of experience managing various organizations including, time as President and CEO of InVivo Health Partners, sponsor and board member of the Pierce County Children’s Health Coalition, Chairman of the Board of Christian Athletic Program and Executive Administrator of Living Grace Ministries. He also served as President and CEO of a Tacoma Bible College from 1998-2014. Dr. Dietrich has traveled and offered overseas medical care through Operation Smile, and developed a youth soccer league, FC United, in Tacoma where he spent 15 years as a youth soccer coach.
He and his wife live on a farm outside of Elma where their 10 grand children love to visit and play with the animals. He looks forward to the community feel of SPMC and the personal feel of being able to see patients out in the community. He is excited to join the passionate and visionary executives at SPMC to develop our hospital district’s services.
Tammy Moore, DNP, Chief Clinical Officer
Tammy Moore, ARNP, DNP, has been a part of the Summit Pacific Medical Center family for nearly 10 years, beginning her tenure at the original site in McCleary. She feels honored to witness the organization grow and participate in influencing the community to lead healthier lives. While delivering primary care to the members of Grays Harbor and surrounding counties, Tammy has formed countless positive patient relationships and holds those relationships as critical to her new role in hospital administration.
Tammy earned her Master’s and Nurse Practitioner degrees at Washington State University and earned her Doctorate in 2015 from Frontier Nursing University with her doctoral work dedicated to the implementation of accountable care organizations in rural areas.
Tammy has served numerous leadership roles within the organization, including time dedicated to the Summit Pacific Medical Foundation Board, acting Chair of the Emergency Department Care Plan Committee and the first Nurse Practitioner Medical Staff President from 2009 to 2012. As Vice President of Care Transformation, Tammy guides the organization through value-based care work, which looks to transition health systems from fee-for-service to a system that focuses on quality of care. Summit Pacific Medical Center forges the path for rural systems that look to adopt advanced payment models through health care payment reform. With the executive team, Tammy is able to apply her creative and innovative leadership skill set to envision and implement the future of health care right here in Elma, Washington.
Lauri Bolton, Chief Experience Officer
As our Chief Experience Officer, Lauri is accountable for shaping Summit Pacific’s brand experience by providing vision and direction for organizational initiatives that create exceptional experiences for community members, providers and staff. Previously, Lauri worked as our Vice President of Human Resources through an innovative partnership with Mason General Hospital, splitting her time between both organizations. As she spent more time with us, Lauri realized that she wanted to become a part of the Summit Pacific team full-time. She is excited for the opportunity to apply her 20 years of experience in human resources management, process improvement, satisfaction and engagement to transform the health care experience. Lauri is committed to helping Summit Pacific reach its vision of building the healthiest community in the Nation. She looks forward to getting to know the Grays Harbor Community.