Hospital Board & Members

Medical Center Board of Directors

The MarinHealth Medical Center Board of Directors, made up primarily of community volunteers who have expertise in a variety of fields, is responsible for the hospital's day-to-day operations, including patient care, budget oversight, physician credentialing, community services, labor contracts, staffing levels, and administration of the facility. The board makes its decisions based on the needs of the community.

The MarinHealth Medical Center Board of Directors regular meetings in 2024 are scheduled for February 6, April 2, June 4, August 6, October 1, and December 3. The meetings will be held virtually via Zoom, beginning at 5:00 pm. At the top of the agenda of each meeting is the opportunity for the general public to address the Board on any subject relating to hospital operations. After this public session, the Board goes into closed session for the remainder of the meeting. If you wish to address the Board in the public session via Zoom, please contact us at least one week in advance. Please email or call 1-415-464-2090.

Members of the Board

David Klein, CEODavid Klein, MD, MBA
Chief Executive Officer

David G. Klein, MD, MBA, is the Chief Executive Officer of MarinHealth, an award-winning, full-service independent nonprofit health system in the San Francisco Bay Area. With over 30 years of dedicated experience, first, as a general surgeon for 14 years, Dr. Klein brings an impressive track record marked by a strong vision and demonstrated financial performance that has transformed underperforming hospitals into financially sound, thriving organizations.

Under his vision and leadership, Dr. Klein’s strategic initiatives have fueled MarinHealth’s revitalization and sustained growth. With an emphasis on leveraging strategic partnerships that deliver high quality and an improved overall health experience, Dr. Klein has driven growth through expanded access to patient care, bolstering MarinHealth’s status as the county’s preeminent healthcare system, extending its reach into communities throughout the entire North Bay.

Since joining MarinHealth, the organization has begun to realize the benefits of implementing these strategies. In addition to impressive growth, MarinHealth has garnered a remarkable number of industry awards and accolades, including “Best of the Best” Gold recognition for “Best Hospital” and “Best Birth Center” from Bay Area Parent Magazine; multiple 5-star Healthgrades performance ratings; and a Healthgrades ranking that positions MarinHealth within the nation’s top 10th percentile for cardiology services for a second consecutive year.

Before joining MarinHealth, Dr. Klein fostered innovation and growth, resulting in a financial turnaround to profitability, as President and Chief Executive Officer of Dignity Health’s two San Francisco-based hospitals: Saint Francis Memorial Hospital and St. Mary’s Medical Center. Prior to Dignity Health, Dr. Klein served as President of the Baylor Scott & White Health All Saints Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas. Under his leadership, the hospital received numerous accolades for service line excellence and overall quality, including top hospital rankings from US News and World Report.

Dr. Klein is the Chief Executive Officer of the Marin Healthcare District Board. He also serves on several boards, including the California Hospital Association, the North Bay Leadership Council, and as chair-elect of the Hospital Council of Northern and Central California, where he previously served as chair of the San Francisco Marin section of the Hospital Council. He is an active member of the San Francisco Marin Medical Society and board member of the San Rafael Chamber of Commerce and District Hospital Leadership Forum. Dr. Klein has also held numerous community board positions with prominent organizations, including the American Heart Association, March of Dimes, American Cancer Society, and the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce.

Dr. Klein graduated from the University of Southern California and earned his medical degree from the University of New Mexico. He also holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of California, Irvine.

Andrea SchultzAndrea Schultz, Chair
As the President and CEO of Greenbrae Management Inc. Andrea Schultz brings over 30 years of management experience to the MarinHealth Board of Directors. In addition to Andrea’s business activities, she is also Chair and President of her family’s Foundation and has sat on various local not for profit Boards. In 2010, Andrea joined the MarinHealth Foundation Board, working to generate awareness and campaigning to raise funds for the benefit of MarinHealth; she served as Chair from 2012 thru 2017. Today Andrea continues to serve as a dedicated member of the Foundation Board. Andrea holds a BA in Business and has studied and immersed herself in a variety of enrichment courses locally and internationally. Born at MarinHealth and raised in Greenbrae, Andrea is dedicated to our community, her family, and to partnering to provide excellent health care to Marin County.

Joseph EuphratJoseph C. Euphrat, Vice-Chair
Joe Euphrat is an owner and Managing Principal of GreenRock Healthcare Capital. Prior, Joe spent twenty-five years in healthcare finance and real estate. While at E.F. Hutton and Lehman Brothers, he advised hospitals and health systems on capital planning, strategy and tax-exempt bond financings. As hospitals continued to own and lease real estate, Joe began focusing exclusively on healthcare real estate, serving both the needs of hospitals and healthcare real estate investors. He headed the U.S. Western Region healthcare capital markets for JLL and healthcare real estate for Kaufman Hall, a national advisory firm for hospitals and health systems. Joe is a graduate of the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, and has been a guest speaker at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and at the USC Price School of Public Policy. He and his wife, Laura, a pediatric oncology RN, reside in San Anselmo, where they raised two children and spent countless hours coaching youth sports.

Joe AbramsJoe Abrams, Secretary
Joe Abrams is an early stage investor, advisor and board member with several technology and consumer companies. His career as an entrepreneur began in the early 1980s with The Software Toolworks, a personal computer entertainment and educational software company he co-founded with his cousin. In 1988, the company went public and by 1994 it had grown to over $150 million in revenue. The company was sold to Pearson, PLC, the British based publishing and media company, in early 1994. As an investor and advisor, he began working with small technology companies providing consulting in several areas, including strategic business development. In 1999, he co-founded eUniverse, an early-stage internet company, later renamed Intermix Media and the parent company of the social network site MySpace. Intermix was sold to NewsCorp in 2005. Joe was the past Co-Chair of the Capital Campaign for the new hospital. He currently serves on several nonprofit boards, including the Board of Trustees at the University of Rochester, Rochester, NY.

Portrait of Martin ArrickMartin Arrick, MBA, MPH, Treasurer
Martin Arrick was the sector leader of the non-for-profit health care team at Standard & Poor’s before his recent retirement. In that capacity he worked with many public and private health care systems and hospitals across the country. He authored numerous commentaries on recent trends and issues impacting providers. Earlier in his career he worked for the State of New York, The New City Health Department and a local health maintenance organization. He also served on the Board of the Healthcare Financial Management Association as well as its Principles and Practices committee. Martin moved to the Bay Area in 2015.

Joshua AdlerJoshua Adler, MD
Dr. Josh Adler is Chief Clinical Officer, Executive Vice President, Physician Services, at UCSF Health and Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs at the UCSF School of Medicine. As Executive Vice President, he oversees the coordination, clinical integration and quality and safety of care across the health system. He is responsible for faculty practice, the clinical cancer and Mental Health Services operations, leads the health system funds flow program and oversees population health, medical staff affairs, risk management, clinical innovation and resource management. He is responsible for managing the UCSF Health network of clinically integrated physicians. As Vice Dean, he works with clinical department chairs to ensure alignment of UCSF's clinical, research and education priorities and physician involvement in operational decision-making.

Adler is a practicing internist and Professor of Clinical Medicine at UCSF. He previously served as Chief Medical Officer at UCSF Medical Center and Medical Director of Ambulatory Care. Adler earned a medical degree at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and completed a residency at UC San Francisco, followed by a chief resident year at the San Francisco Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center. He held several positions in the VA system, including Chief Medical Officer of the VA Sierra Pacific Network.

Portrait of Lisa CarmelLisa Carmel
Lisa Carmel is a 20+ year resident of Mill Valley. She and her husband, Urban Carmel, are active community members. Lisa has served on the board of trustees of the Mill Valley Public Library and as an advisor to CFI Mill Valley Film Festival’s Mind the Gap initiative.

Lisa works in product innovation, where technology meets healthcare. She is currently Executive Vice President, Global Strategic Partnerships at Veranex, the largest global medtech-only innovation solutions provider.

Lisa has 25+ years of healthcare product commercialization with companies in the U.S., Europe, and China. As an active member of the medtech and investor communities, Lisa is an advisor to many startups and accelerators including California Life Sciences’ FAST program, MedTech Innovator, and UCSF Health Hub. She also serves as an advisor to the Cleveland Clinic MedTech Advisory Board, the Mayo Clinic’s Executive Steering Committee for their Surgical Innovation Summit, UCLA Biodesign, and RedCrow Angel Investor platform. Lisa is Co-Chair of MedtechWomen’s Annual MedtechVision Conference in 2021-22. Lisa has a keen interest in the latest healthcare innovation trends and authors Veranex’s MedTech Pioneers blog, which spotlights medtech leadership and their groundbreaking work.

Portrait of Shelby DecostaShelby Decosta, MHA
Shelby Decosta is the President, UCSF Health Affiliates Network and Chief Strategy Officer of UCSF Health. As the Chief Strategy Officer she is responsible for leading and executing strategic planning and business development across the system and oversees concierge, international and executive health, managed care, marketing and brand functions. Beginning in 2019, Decosta was additionally appointed to serve as President of UCSF Health Affiliates and is responsible for executing each contract, managing these relationships, and ensuring their successful operational alignment with UCSF Health strategic priorities.

Prior to this role, she was SVP of mergers, acquisitions and partnerships at Trinity Health and she previously served in various strategic roles at Dignity Health including Chief Strategy Officer for the Nevada market and VP Mergers & Acquisitions for the system.

She serves on the boards of BayHealth, CanopyHealth, By The Bay Health, Health Career Connection, and Northern California MS Society. She received both her Masters in Healthcare Administration and Bachelor of Science degree in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention/Health Policy and Management at USC in Los Angeles, California.

Portrait of KC GeorgeK.C. George
KC is a Partner at Bain & Company, a leading management consulting firm where she focuses on advising clients in healthcare and life sciences. She has extensive expertise working with Boards, executives and their teams to address critical strategic and operational opportunities. Prior to joining Bain in 2009, KC worked for the State of California and Visa, working across both public and private sectors. She also received her MBA and BA, Phi Beta Kappa, from Stanford University.

KC lives in the Cole Valley neighborhood of San Francisco with her husband and two young children.

Portrait of Michael KwokMichael K. Kwok, MD
Dr. Kwok grew up in San Francisco and graduated from Lowell High School. He graduated with high honors from the University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. He earned his medical degree from UCLA School of Medicine and completed his Internal Medicine Internship and Residency at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. He is board certified in Internal Medicine.

Dr. Kwok has practiced medicine in Marin County since 1992 and is a member of the active medical staff at MarinHealth Medical Center and Novato Community Hospital. In addition to taking care of his patients in his office and at MarinHealth Medical Center, Dr. Kwok has held multiple medical leadership positions. At Novato Community Hospital, he served as Vice Chief of Staff, Secretary/Treasurer of the Medical Staff, Chairman of Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and a member of the Quality Review Committee. He previously served nine years on Novato Community Hospital’s Board of Directors. He is President-elect of the Marin County Medical Society and represents Marin County at the California Medical Association House of Delegates. Dr. Kwok currently serves on the Strategic Planning Committee of MarinHealth Medical Center’s Board of Directors.

Marc Levsky, MDMarc Levsky, MD
Dr. Levsky is an emergency medicine physician and is Chief of Staff at MarinHealth Medical Center, where he has practiced since 2008. Prior to joining the MarinHealth Emergency Department, he was an Army Officer and combat veteran. After deployment, he served as Assistant Residency Director in Emergency Medicine at Darnall Army Medical Center, where he lectured and published extensively and held faculty appointments at the Texas A&M University School of Medicine and the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences. He was later named a Fellow of the Medical Professional Liability Association and chaired their Section on Risk Management and Patient Safety.

Dr. Levsky completed his residency training at Madigan Army Medical Center and University of Washington, Seattle, where he was Chief Resident his final year. He attended Northwestern University Medical School, graduating Alpha Omega Alpha, and earned his bachelor’s degree in chemistry with highest distinction from Northwestern University.

Dr. Levsky serves on the Board of Directors of The Mutual Risk Retention Group, Inc., a professional liability insurance company focused on acute care. He lives in Greenbrae with his wife, Natalya Lvoff, MD, who is a MarinHealth Medical Network radiologist and Medical Director of the Breast Health Center, and their three children.

Denise LucyDenise Lucy, EdD
Dr. Denise M. Lucy is a Tenured Professor of Business and Organizational Studies and Founder and Executive Director of the Institute of Leadership Studies at Dominican University of California’s leadership development center housed in its Barowsky School of Business. She has 40 years’ experience in higher education as an educator and executive; first at the University of San Francisco and currently at Dominican University of California since 1993. She served as Dominican’s Chief Academic Officer in the role of Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of Liberal and Professional Studies, Associate Dean of Dominican College, and Director of Pathways Mid-Career Professional program. Dr. Lucy founded Dominican’s Leadership Lectures Series in partnership with Book Passage. At the University of San Francisco, she served in multiple roles including Associate Dean and Director of Marketing and Corporate Development in USF’s College of Professional Studies. Professor Lucy teaches in leadership and team development, organizational change, negotiation and conflict management, business communications, business and society. Her community commitments are many, including her board trusteeship at 10,000 Degrees. Her research interests include leading small business export enterprises, leadership development, micro-finance poverty reduction, business education and civic engagement. She has received many awards for her teaching and service including being inducted into the Marin Women’s Hall of Fame. She has been a resident of the Bay Area since 1985.

Portrait of Hadley MullinHadley Mullin, MBA
Hadley is a Senior Managing Director at TSG Consumer Partners, a leading private equity firm with approximately $15 billion in assets under management. Hadley’s investment activities span the consumer services and product sectors, including consumer-directed healthcare. Prior to joining TSG in 2004, Hadley worked as a management consultant at Bain & Company where her clients included pharma and health insurance companies.

Hadley is a San Rafael native and was born at Marin General Hospital. She lives in the Ross Valley with her husband and three children.

Portrait of Adam NevittAdam Nevitt, MD
Dr. Nevitt graduated AOA from Rush Medical College in Chicago before completing his Diagnostic Radiology Residency at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle. He served as Chief Resident and authored several medical papers and articles. He completed his fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology at UCSF. Before joining the North Bay Division, Dr. Nevitt practiced at Seton Medical Centerwhere he served as the Director of Interventional Radiology and subsequently Chief of Radiology. Dr. Nevitt has performed over 20,000 interventional procedures over 14 years of practice.

Locally a pioneer in minimally invasive treatment of Uterine Fibroids, he performed the first Uterine Fibroid Embolization on the San Mateo Peninsula. At Marin General Hospital, Dr Nevitt formed a team that performed the first Y 90 radioembolization procedure for treatment of malignant liver tumors; The program has grown and is one of the most active private practices in Northern California. Dr. Nevitt enjoys all aspects of Interventional including the treatment of peripheral vascular disease, dialysis access maintenance, vascular access and stroke treatment.

Portrait of Daniel VasquezDaniel Vasquez, CBE, MBA, MPP
Daniel Vasquez is an economist and investor. His three-decade investment experience includes: JP Morgan & Co., Morgan Stanley, and Hamilton Lane Advisors, Inc., where he was a portfolio manager for a CalPERS-sponsored private equity investment vehicle. He previously founded EDM Investments, an SEC Registered Investment Advisor. As an economist, he launched his career at The Conference Board, where he calculated the Consumer Confidence Index and Leading Economic Indicators – the widely reported monthly GPA of the national economy. As a Harvard economist, he apprenticed directly under Professor Michael E. Porter in corporate strategy and economic competitiveness while at Harvard’s Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness, where he developed an interest in the economics and finance of health care.

He is active in Marin County, currently serving as an MCERA Board Trustee, overseeing $3billion in public pension assets for 7,000 members. As an active military reservist, he is an Officer (Lieutenant) in the California Guard (Army), where he is a Platoon Leader in the Emergency Response Command, Team Blaze – fighting wild land fires, search and rescue, flood relief, and natural disasters throughout the State of California. He previously served on the Board of the Canal Alliance and as a Commissioner (Vice Chair) of the Emergency Preparedness Commission, City of Mill Valley. In his spare time, he is the head coach for the freshman football team at Redwood High School, his alma mater.

Daniel is a graduate of Berkeley, Chicago, and Oxford universities. He lives in Mill Valley and has called Marin County home since 1987.