Kaiser Permanente’s plans to build a new medical center at
Sacramento’s Railyards appear to be gaining momentum.
Since at least 2015, Kaiser has been gearing up plans for a
420-bed hospital in Sacramento’s Railyards north of Downtown. The
14-story hospital is one of the flagship projects planned for the
Railyards development. (bizjournals.com)
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Brian is Regional Vice President of the Hospital Council for the
Sacramento-Sierra, Stanislaus-Merced, and San Joaquin-Mother Lode
sections. In this capacity, he convenes several health care
stakeholder groups to improve issues such as emergency medical
services, workforce development, and mental health. He also
serves as a member of the San Joaquin County Health
Commission. The Commission oversees the Health Plan of San
Joaquin, a $1 billion Medi-Cal health plan.
He brings extensive experience working with elected and civic
leaders to his role at the Hospital Council. He was
previously Government Relations Consultant for Pacific Gas and
Electric’s Sacramento and Sierra divisions. Prior to that,
he was District Director in the District Office of House
Republican Conference Secretary John T. Doolittle (R-Roseville).
Brian holds a BA in Political Science from Brigham Young
University and an MA in Government with an emphasis on American
and California politics from California State University,
Sacramento. He also earned a certificate in Hospital and
Health System Leadership from the UCLA Anderson School of
Management. He served as the 2013 Chairman of the Rocklin
Area Chamber of Commerce, the 2012 President of the El Dorado
County Chamber of Commerce, and was named the 2009 Rocklin
Business Person of the Year.
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