The Bellingham Business Journal
Mark McCampbell is the new chief development officer for PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center. In this role, McCampbell oversees the office of development and provides support and leadership for the volunteers on the St. Joseph Medical Center Foundation and Hospice Boards.
Prior to joining PeaceHealth, McCampbell served in leadership and fund development capacities at Virginia Mason Foundation, Northwest Hospital Foundation, CRISTA Ministries and most recently as interim executive director for the Seattle Symphony.
Nancy Steiger, CEO and chief mission officer for PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center, said McCampbell is the right person for this role.
“With 30 years of experience in a range of not-for-profit endeavors – including faith communities, higher education, international missions, human services, health care and performing arts – Mark has a deep understanding of the development process,” Steiger said in a press release. “He has the ability to think strategically and focus on fulfilling mission in ways that have produced magnificent results and transformed the organizations for which he worked.”
PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center, which includes a not-for-profit full-service hospital sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace, is part of the PeaceHealth system with medical centers in Alaska, Wash. and Ore. In addition to the hospital and PeaceHealth Medical Group, PeaceHealth’s local services include several Centers of Excellence, a diagnostic laboratory, a joint venture outpatient imaging service, a specialty clinic in Sedro-Woolley and a critical access hospital being developed on San Juan Island.