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Board members

The LHP Board of Managers develops and oversees the strategic direction of the network. The board oversees the work of the four board subcommittees and has final approval authority for all recommended actions put forth by the committees, including but not limited to, clinical integration program performance measures, contracts entered into on behalf of the network, data integration activities and population health services..

Chair: DeOna Bridgeman, M.D., Davies Clinic
Vice Chair: Gregory Saunders, M.D., LMG – Camas 

  • Bruce Andison, M.D., Northwest Gynecology Associates
  • Peter T. Beatty, M.D., Tualatin Imaging, PC
  • Robert Bentley, M.D., EyeHealth Northwest
  • Mark Buchholz, M.D., Northwest Pediatric Critical Care 
  • Sajal Dutta, M.D., The Oregon Clinic
  • Joseph Frankhouse, M.D., LMG – Gastrointestinal Surgery
  • Greg Hallas, M.D., The Vancouver Clinic
  • Jennifer Kearsley, M.D., Cascade Physicians 
  • Lewis Low, M.D., Chief Medical Officer & Senior Vice President, Legacy Health 
  • Cameron Luck, M.D., The Children’s Clinic 
  • Mal McAninch, M.D., Greenfield Health
  • Opher Nadler, M.D., Northwest Acute Care Specialists 
  • Gretchen Nichols, R.N., Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center
  • Beau Weill, M.D., Metropolitan Pediatrics

Bruce Andison, M.D.

The Women’s Clinic of Vancouver
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors

Dr. Andison was born in Australia and completed a degree in veterinary science before returning to medical school. He received specialty training in gynecology and obstetrics in Melbourne, Australia, and then moved to Vancouver Washington, where he currently practices. Dr. Andison has practiced at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center since it opened in 2007, and is currently the managing partner of The Women's Clinic of Vancouver. Dr. Andison was a founding member of Compass Northwest, a Southwest Washington independent physician association. He also served as president of the Clark County Medical Society and medical staff president of Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center. He is currently vice president of the Washington State Medical Association.

Peter Beatty

Peter T. Beatty, M.D.

Tualatin Imaging
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors

Dr. Beatty is a board-certified radiologist with an interest in body, musculoskeletal and vascular imaging. Dr. Beatty received his Bachelor of Arts in American history from Harvard University and his medical degree from Duke University. He completed a residency in radiology at Stanford University where he was the Chief Resident. Dr. Beatty completed fellowship training in vascular and interventional radiology at Stanford University and subsequently in musculoskeletal radiology at the University of California at San Francisco. Dr. Beatty has held a variety of leadership positions both locally and nationally. He has been a fellow of the Society of Interventional Radiology since 2001.

Robert Bentley

Robert Bentley, M.D.

EyeHealth Northwest
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors

Dr. Bentley is a board certified ophthalmologist and president of EyeHealth Northwest. He graduated from Oregon State University with a degree in microbiology and received his medical degree from Oregon Health & Science University. After an internship at Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center, he completed his ophthalmology residency at University of Texas in San Antonio. Dr. Bentley has been active in medical staff leadership at Legacy Good Samaritan and Legacy Emanuel medical centers, and served on the Legacy Medical Quality and Credentialing Committee for more than 14 years. He was a member of the Legacy Health board of directors for nine years, five of which he served as chair. Dr. Bentley continues to be active in clinical practice, medical student teaching, and mentoring for high school and college health career students. He is a strong advocate for quality improvement and has led his group to achieve NCQA Specialty Medical Home designation.

DeOna Bridgeman MD

DeOna Bridgeman, M.D.

Davies Clinic
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors
Data and Systems Committee Chair

Dr. Bridgeman is an independent board-certified family physician at the Davies Clinic in Canby, Oregon. As medical director, she has led the Davies Clinic through the following transitions: the move from paper charts to an electronic medical record, the NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition process, multiple quality improvement initiatives and a large-scale building remodel. Currently, she is leading the transition from one electronic medical record to the next (Epic). Dr. Bridgeman is a native of Central Oregon. She received her Bachelor of Science at Linfield College and attended medical school at Oregon Health & Science University. She completed her three-year family medicine residency and served as chief resident at The Washington Hospital in Washington, Pennsylvania. She joined the Davies Clinic in 2000. 

Mark Buccholz

Mark Buchholz, M.D.

Northwest Pediatric Critical Care
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors

Dr. Buchholz is board-certified in pediatrics and pediatric critical care. He earned his Master of Business Administration in non-profit management from University of Portland. He started his medical education at University of Washington and concluded with pediatric critical care training at the University of Colorado. Dr. Buchholz is a partner with Northwest Pediatric Critical Care, as well as associate director of the KIDS Team and a pediatric emergency attending physician. Prior to these roles, he served as medical director of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Deaconess Hospital in Spokane. Dr. Buchholz has been practicing in Portland since 2004. He is a co-director for Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel’s 4th annual PICU-ED Conference.

Sajal Dutta, M.D. (Photo soon)

The Oregon Clinic
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors
Finance and Contracting Committee Vice Chair

Dr. Dutta completed his medical degree at the University of Southern California School of Medicine in 1996. He completed his internship and residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and has been practicing in Oregon since 2002. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Urology and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Dutta has extensive experience in minimally invasive treatments for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), stone disease, and use of the DaVinci surgical system for genitourinary cancers. He is currently head of robotics at Emanuel Hospital. In addition, he has conducted research into how specific urologic treatments affect quality of life for patients.

Joseph FrankhouseJoseph Frankhouse, M.D.

Legacy Good Samaritan Colorectal Cancer Center
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors
Quality and Membership Committee Chair

Dr. Frankhouse is a general surgeon, specializing primarily in colon and rectal surgery. He grew up in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and graduated from Dartmouth with an engineering degree in 1985. He then went to Emory University for medical school and completed a surgical residency at LAC + USC Medical Center. He has previously been in two private practices, Surgical Associates, PC and the Colon and Rectal Clinic, PC, prior to joining Legacy Health in 2011. He practices primarily at Good Samaritan Hospital now. Dr. Frankhouse established a GI oncology conference, and has been actively involved in both specialty surgical care and in hospital leadership positions. He has served as section Chair for General Surgery, Quality Council Chair and is currently Chair for Department of Surgery.

Greg Hallas, M.D. (Photo soon)

The Vancouver Clinic
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors

Dr. Hallas is a board-certified internal medicine physician with the Vancouver Clinic in Vancouver. He trained at Creighton University in Nebraska and has been practicing outpatient internal medicine in Washington since 1989. He served as the first medical staff president at Legacy Salmon Creek hospital. He is a fellow in the American College of Physicians and has recently joined the faculty of the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University.

Jennifer KearsleyJennifer Kearsley, M.D.

Cascade Physicians, P.C.
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors

Dr. Kearsley is an internal medicine physician specializing in outpatient primary care. She is a partner at Cascade Physicians, P.C., practicing in their Tualatin office on the Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center campus. Dr. Kearsley grew up in Southeastern Connecticut. She completed her undergraduate training at McGill University in Montreal and received her master’s degree in biology from Northern Arizona University. After graduate school, she worked as the wetland plant ecologist for the Massachusetts Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program. She then attended medical school at the University of Connecticut. She completed her internal medicine residency at Providence Portland Medical Center. Dr. Kearsley is board-certified in internal medicine.

Lewis LowLewis Low, M.D.

Senior Vice President, Chief Medical Officer, Legacy Health
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors

A specialist in intensive care and critical care medicine, Dr. Low joined Legacy Health in 2003 as clinical vice president of medical specialties. He became chief medical officer in 2012. Before arriving in Portland, Dr. Low was the director of critical care medicine at St. Francis Medical Center and Kuakini Medical Center, both in Honolulu, Hawaii. He was also assistant professor of medicine and surgery at the University of Hawaii. Prior to these roles, he served in the United States Army as chief of critical care medicine and medical director of respiratory care at Madigan Army Medical Center at Fort Lewis, Washington. A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, Dr. Low attended St. Louis University School of Medicine, completed an internal medicine residency program at Letterman Army Medical Center in San Francisco and received postgraduate training in critical care medicine at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. He is board-certified in critical care medicine and internal medicine. In 2006, he received the Legacy Health John G. King Award for the Best Quality Improvement Project, the “Critical Care Best Practice Bundle.”

Cameron Luck MD

Cameron Luck, M.D.

The Children’s Clinic
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors

Dr. Luck is a native of Portland. He received his medical degree and completed his pediatric residency at Oregon Health & Science University. Dr. Luck started his practice in Northwest Portland with Metropolitan Clinic, LLC, and is presently with The Children's Clinic in Tualatin. He has served as chairman of pediatrics at Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel and on various committees for Legacy Health. He is board-certified in pediatrics and is a diplomat of the American Academy of Pediatrics.


Mal McAninch

Mal McAninch, M.D.

GreenField Health System
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors
Finance and Contracting Committee Chair

Dr. McAninch, M.D., is board-certified in internal medicine and practices outpatient medicine with GreenField Health System. Prior to joining GreenField Health System in 2008, Dr. McAninch was one of the medical directors of Legacy Primary Care Clinics with Legacy Medical Group and had an internal medicine practice based at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center. Prior to that, he practiced with The Metropolitan Clinic/HealthFirst Medical Group.Dr. McAninch is a native of Camas, Washington. He graduated from University of Puget Sound in Tacoma and completed his medical education in Philadelphia at Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. He returned to the Portland area for his training in internal medicine at Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center, where he served as intern, internal medicine resident and then as chief medical resident.

Opher Nadler

Opher Nadler, M.D.

Northwest Acute Care Specialists
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors

Dr. Nadler is board-certified in pediatrics and pediatric emergency medicine. A specialist in pediatric emergency medicine, Dr. Nadler joined Northwest Acute Care Specialists and Legacy Health in 2009. Dr. Nadler serves as the medical director for pediatric emergency services for Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel and Legacy Health. Dr. Nadler also serves as quality co-chair for Randall Children’s Hospital, is on the board of directors for Northwest Acute Care Specialists and the board of trustees for the Randall Children’s Hospital Foundation. Born in Minneapolis and raised in Israel, Dr. Nadler is a graduate of University of Minnesota. After receiving his medical doctorate from Sackler School of Medicine in Tel-Aviv, Dr. Nadler completed a pediatric residency program at University of Minnesota followed by a pediatric emergency fellowship at Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota.

Gretchen Nichols, R.N. (Photo soon)

Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors

Gretchen Nichols, R.N., became chief administrative officer (now president) of the Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center in 2009. She previously served as nurse executive at Legacy Mount Hood, where she made impressive contributions to quality and service for the hospital. Nichols has worked throughout California and Oregon and has observed the operations of many different hospitals.

Greg Saunders

Greg Saunders, M.D.

Legacy Medical GroupĀ­ – Camas
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors Vice Chair

Dr. Saunders is board-certified in family medicine. Born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, he completed his undergraduate degree and medical degree at the University of Washington in Seattle. He completed his residency in family medicine at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Dr. Saunders practiced in Vancouver, Washington, for 10 years. In 2008, Dr. Saunders joined Legacy Medical Group–Fisher’s Landing as clinic site director and a primary care physician. In 2012, he became a regional primary care medical director for Legacy Health’s four primary care clinics associated with Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center and served as co-director of Legacy Health’s emerging leadership program.

Beau Weill, M.D.  (Photo soon)

Metropolitan Pediatrics
Legacy Health Partners Board of Directors
Population Health Services Committee Co-Chair

Dr. Weill is a general pediatrician with Metropolitan Pediatrics at their Beaverton location. He grew up in San Mateo, California, and moved to San Diego for undergraduate studies. He worked researching breast cancer in Boston prior to attending medical school at Albany Medical College in Albany, New York. He then completed his residency in pediatrics at Oregon Health & Sciences University. He stayed on as Chief Resident and founded and led the Doernbecher Healthy Lifestyles Clinic for overweight and obese children. He transitioned to an attending role and adopted new roles in the residency program as an Associate Program Director and led the education of the residents in the general pediatrics practices. Dr. Weill currently serves on the executive committee at Metropolitan Pediatrics.

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