Leading the Way on COVID-19
We’ve been through COVID-19 surges before, and we will get through this Delta variant–fueled one the same way: together. As a Swedish supporter, you’ve put us in the best position to respond to an evolving situation. No matter what, we’ll be here for you and your family.
Join our Swedish experts for an exclusive conversation on our approaches to treating COVID-19 during this fifth wave, the emerging technologies that will make a difference for patients and how your support has made a critical impact.
Thursday, September 9 I 1:30 - 2:30 pm I Online Event
This webinar is free and open to the public. Please share with your family, friends and colleagues.
Questions: Please email [email protected] or call 206-386-2738.
Kevin Brooks, MHA, FACHE
Chief Operating Officer, Acute Services
Kevin Brooks, MHA, FACHE, is the chief operating officer (COO) of Acute Care Services at Swedish Health Services. With his passion for strategic planning and operational improvement, he provides support for all aspects of patient care, overseeing daily business operations and improving operational efficiencies.
Brooks has more than 15 years of diverse health care leadership experience most recently serving as administrator and chief executive officer of Utah Valley Hospital 11(UVH).
Chris Dale, MD, MPH
Chief Medical Officer, Acute Care
Originally from Bellevue, Wash., Dr. Chris Dale earned a B.A. in Chemistry from the University of Washington and an M.D. from Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. He also served as a U.S. Navy flight surgeon with a squadron at Marine Corps Air Station in Yuma, Ariz. Today, as Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Dale is responsible for ensuring that Swedish provides the highest quality and safest care for our patients.
Mona Lee Locke, MSJ
Chief Communications Officer
During her 25-year career as a communications professional and executive leader in the nonprofit, corporate and public sectors, Mona Lee Locke has excelled at building cross-sector relationships, both nationally and globally. Mona started her career as a journalist. In 1992, she joined KING-TV in Seattle, becoming one of the first Asian-American female reporters in Seattle. Her career in media included working as a Washington, D.C. correspondent, as well as a TV reporter for local markets, including two years as part-time anchor and reporter on KIRO-TV.