Al DeYoung was unanimously re-elected president and Jeanette Greenfield was unanimously re-elected secretary of the Board of Commissioners for King County Hospital District #2 on January 18 by their fellow commissioners at the group’s regular meeting at Evergreen Hospital Medical Center. DeYoung is a Woodinville resident, Greenfield lives in Kirkland.
The five-member Board of Commissioners oversees operations of Evergreen Hospital Medical Center, eight Evergreen medical groups, home care, hospice and palliative care, community health outreach programs and many other services. Evergreen serves nearly 500,000 residents in north King and south Snohomish counties. More than 900 physicians associated with the hospital and healthcare provider represent more than 50 specialties in all major services including cardiac, oncology, surgery and maternity care.
DeYoung has been a commissioner since 1980. A life-long resident of the Northshore area, he has been involved in community affairs since elected to the Northshore School District board of directors in 1968. He is active in many community organizations.
Greenfield has been a commissioner since 1998. She participated for 14 years in Evergreen’s Community Advisors program before joining the board. She is an operations specialist for U.S. Bank and served on the King County Children and Family Commission and has been a board member of the Eastside Human Services Forum.
Other Commissioners are Rebecca Hirt of Kirkland/Kenmore who has served since 1988, R. August Kempf of Redmond who has been a commissioner since 2000 and Charles Pilcher MD, of Kirkland who joined the board in 2010.