The El Camino Hospital Board operates with the support of its six Advisory Committees. Each Committee is comprised of Board members and, since July 2012, individuals from the community. Community members are selected for their subject matter expertise and come from a wide range of business, academic and healthcare backgrounds. The current composition of each Committee was approved by the Board at its meeting in June 2018.
*Denotes an El Camino Hospital Board Member
Compliance and Audit Committee
The Compliance and Audit Committee advises and assists the El Camino Hospital Board of Directors (“Board”) in its exercise of oversight Corporate Compliance, Privacy, Internal and External Audit, Enterprise Risk Management, and Information Technology (IT) Security. The Committee will accomplish this by monitoring the compliance policies, controls, and processes of the organization and the engagement, independence, and performance of the internal auditor and external auditor. The Compliance and Audit Committee assists the Board in oversight of any regulatory audit and in assuring the organizational integrity of El Camino Hospital in a manner consistent with its mission and purpose.
Chair: Sharon Anolik Shakked
Members: Neysa Fligor*, Lica Hartman, Julia Miller*, Bob Rebitzer*, and Christine Sublett
Executive Sponsor: Diane Wigglesworth
Iftikhar Hussain, Deb Muro, Mary Rotunno, Alex Robison (Protiviti)
Executive Compensation Committee
The Executive Compensation Committee assists the El Camino Hospital Board of Directors (“Board”) in its responsibilities related to the Hospital’s executive compensation philosophy and policies. The Executive Compensation Committee shall advise the Board to meet all legal and regulatory requirements as it relates to executive compensation.
Chair: Bob Miller
Members: Teri Eyre, Neysa Fligor*, Julie Kliger MPA, BSN, RN*, Jaison Layney, Patricia Wadors, and John Zoglin*
Executive Sponsor: Kathryn Fisk
Julie Johnston, Cindy Murphy
The Finance Committee provides oversight, information sharing, and financial reviews related to budgeting, capital budgeting, long-range financial planning and forecasting, and monthly financial reporting for El Camino Hospital Board of Directors (“Board”). In carrying out its review, advisory and oversight responsibilities, the Finance Committee shall remain flexible in order to best define financial strategies that react to changing conditions.
Chair: John Zoglin*
Members: Joseph Chow, Boyd Faust, William Hobbs, Richard Juelis, Gary Kalbach*, and David Reeder*
Executive Sponsor: Iftikhar Hussain
Governance Committee advises and assists the El Camino Hospital Board of Directors (“Board”) in matters related to governance, board development, board effectiveness, and board composition, i.e., the nomination and appointment/reappointment process. The Governance Committee ensures the Board and Committees are functioning at the highest level of governance standards.
Chair: Peter Fung, MD*
Members: Gary Kalbach*, Christina Lai, Peter Moran, Bob Rebitzer*
Executive Sponsor: Dan Woods
The Investment Committee develops and recommends to the El Camino Hospital Board of Directors (“Board”) the investment policies governing the Hospital’s assets, maintain current knowledge of the management and investment funds of the Hospital, and provide oversight of the allocation of the investment assets.
Chair: Jeffrey Davis, MD*
Members: Nicola Boone, John Conover, Gary Kalbach*, and Brooks Nelson
Executive Sponsor: Iftikhar Hussain
Quality, Patient Care, Patient Experience Committee
The Quality, Patient Care and Patient Experience Committee (“Quality Committee”) advises and assists the El Camino Hospital Board of Directors (“Board”) in constantly enhancing and enabling a culture of quality and safety at El Camino Hospital, to ensure delivery of effective, evidence-based care for all patients, and to oversee quality outcomes of all services of El Camino Hospital. The Quality Committee helps to assure that exceptional patient care and patient experiences are attained through monitoring organizational quality and safety measures, leadership development in quality and safety methods, and assuring appropriate resource allocation to achieve this purpose.
Chair David Reeder*
Members: Katherine Anderson, Ina Bauman, RN, Nancy Carragee, RN, Jeffrey Davis, MD*, Mikele Epperly, Peter C. Fung, MD*, Julie Kliger MPA, BSN, RN*, Wendy Ron, and Melora Simon
Shreyas Mallur, MD, Cheryl Reinking, RN, MS, and Daniel Shin, MD