Rand O'Leary | Healthcare CEO

In the News

2018

PeaceHealth Sponsoring Eugene's New Bike Share Program
"It’s really integral to our mission in this community,” O’Leary said. “It's about delivering care and creating healthy communities and promoting wellness.” (Channel 9, KEZI News)

Steady funding anchors health care
Local health care organizations breathed a sigh of relief last month when voters passed Measure 101, securing $550 million for Oregon’s Medicaid program through mid-2019. (The Register Guard, Eugene Oregon)

2017

Layoffs likely in local lab sale 
“Our intent when this is all said and done is to try and place as many people as we can in positions with PeaceHealth or Quest,” said PeaceHealth Chief Executive Rand O’Leary. (The Register Guard, Eugene Oregon)

New Chief Administrative Officer Hawkins will begin on Oct. 30 as Yecny retires
A statement provided to the media by Rand O’Leary, Chief Executive of PeaceHealth Oregon, touted the qualifications and experience of the new CAO. (SIUSLaw News)

Kaiser Permanente Northwest and PeaceHealth Collaborate to Improve Health in Lane County 
"PeaceHealth and Kaiser Permanente share a deeply held commitment not only to meet the immediate health care needs of our patients and communities we collectively serve, but also to practice preventive health — moving upstream to address the unique and specific social determinants of health that are barriers to wellness,” said Rand O’Leary, chief executive of PeaceHealth’s Oregon network. (Kaiser Permanente)

Beyond Closing the Revenue Gap: Investment in Leadership and Culture Change Is Critical to Long-term Sustainability
“With decreased admission volume, we needed to resize the organization to match our new revenue stream without negatively impacting patient care, and we needed to take cost out of the hospital.” Rand O’Leary, SVP & COO, Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital, Wyandotte, MI (GE Healthcare Camden Group)

2016-2017 

ShelterCare gets $590,000 for emergency housing
Health care providers Kaiser Permanente Northwest and PeaceHealth are giving more than $590,000 to Eugene-based nonprofit group ShelterCare to provide short-term emergency housing for local homeless people with severe mental illness or serious medical problems, the organizations announced Wednesday in a joint press conference. (The Register Guard, Eugene Oregon)

Slocum planning RiverBend clinic
A prominent Eugene-based orthopedic practice plans to expand in Springfield by opening a satellite office at RiverBend Pavilion on the campus of PeaceHealth’s Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend, the region’s largest hospital. (The Register Guard, Eugene Oregon)

Doctors Unionize to Resist the Medical Machine
A few weeks after I got back from Oregon, I spoke by phone with Rand O’Leary, who was promoted to oversee PeaceHealth’s hospital services in the state last summer. He was genial and disarmingly sympathetic to the hospitalists’ concerns. (New York Times)

Kaiser poised to expand in Lane County
Kaiser Permanente Northwest has reached an agreement with PeaceHealth, which operates four hospitals in Lane County, enabling Kaiser to greatly expand in Lane County in the coming years. (The Register Guard, Eugene Oregon)

PeaceHealth dedicated to improving residents’ well-being
When I arrived at PeaceHealth nearly two years ago, I was inspired by the organization’s deeply rooted mission -- the promotion of personal and community health, relieving pain and suffering, and treating each person in a loving and caring way. (The Register Guard, Eugene Oregon)

2014-2015

CEO Addresses Nursing Staffing Concerns
Hospital management insists the problem is being resolved. I spoke with PeaceHealth’s new Chief Administrative Officer, Rand O’Leary, about nurses’ workplace concerns and how the hospital is addressing them. (KLCC 89.7 NPR for Oregonians)

Doctors union, Sacred Heart make progress on agreement
Statement from Rand O'Leary, Chief Administrative Officer, PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center (Channel 13, KVAL, Eugene Oregon)