• St. Anthony North Leadership

  • Carole Peet CEOCarole Peet, RN, MSN, MBA has served as President and CEO of St. Anthony North since September 2011.  During her tenure, she has overseen the development of the new St. Anthony North Health Campus at 144th, the re-purposing of the 84th campus and development of the neighborhood health centers at Dacono and Thornton.  A nurse by trade, Carole is focused on developing a culture of service and patient care excellence at St. Anthony North.

    Prior to coming to Centura, Carole was President of St. Anthony Hospital in Gig Harbor, Washington.  St. Anthony Hospital was a brand new facility and Carole was responsible for operationalizing and opening the 80-bed hospital in a new service area.  Under her leadership, the hospital established an organizational culture based on service excellence, patient safety and collaborative practice. The hospital obtained the National Healthstream Award for outstanding patient satisfaction and was rated in the top 10 percent nationwide by Healthgrades for its orthopedic service line. 

    Carole holds a MSN degree from the University of New Mexico and a MBA from the University of Phoenix. She has two adult children, a 16-year-old daughter and three grandchildren.  Her passions include classical music, weaving and gardening.

    Halee Fisher Wright Halee Fischer-Wright, MD, MMM, FAAP, is the Chief Medical Officer for St Anthony North Hospital in Westminster, Colorado, a part of the Centura Health System.  She is responsible for transformation of physician culture as well as performance improvement in the hospital, as well as a new facility.  Her work is primarily focused on creating the culture around excellence of patient experience from a physician standpoint including quality, safety, medical staff oversight (credentialing and peer review.)  She is also the physician champion for Centura’s medical director project, physician leadership development, as well as a member of the Service Improvement Committee. She has led efforts to ensure value based performance—achieving the highest possible patient experience, medical quality and patient safety while managing the costs of health care delivery across the continuum.

    Dr. Fischer-Wright has been in this position for the past year, and was previously the President of Rose Medical Group- a 560 physicians PHO/MSO in the Denver for over 12 years.

     Dr. Fischer-Wright has a BA from the University of Colorado and an MD degree from the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Her MMM is from the University of Southern California and she has a certificate in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University.  She completed her internship/residency and president of the residency at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Maricopa Medical Center.

    Prior to coming to Centura, she was partner in the consulting firm CultureSync, and co-author of the New York Times bestselling book Tribal Leadership.

    Janiece McNicholsJaniece McNichols serves as the Chief Financial Officer for St. Anthony North (SAN).  As CFO, Janiece is responsible for the overall financial operations including analysis, budgeting, financial planning and revenue management.  In addition, she oversees support services encompassing dietary, environmental services and facilities management.

    Before joining SAN in 2013, she was the Assistant Vice President of Finance for the Mountain and North Denver Operating Group (MNDOG) for Centura Health.  Previously, she held healthcare finance leadership roles with hospital systems in Little Rock, Nashville and the Denver metro area. 

    Janiece earned a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Arkansas and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Henderson State University.  She has been a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) since 1997 and achieved her Certified Healthcare Financial Professional (CHFP) in 2011.  She is also a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).

    Tami Taylor VP OperationsTami Taylor serves as the Vice President of Operations at St. Anthony North Hospital where she provides operational oversight for ambulatory infrastructure, executive oversight for the St. Anthony North Senior Health Clinic and St. Anthony North Wound Care Clinic and serves as the operational lead for both the $177M new construction of the St. Anthony North Health Campus and the re-purposing of the St. Anthony North Hospital located off 84th Avenue.  She spearheads contract service negotiations and works with key stakeholders to establish needed services for the St. Anthony North Community including a crisis stabilization unit in partnership with a community mental health center.

    Prior to her role as Vice President of Administration, Tami performed a variety of strategic and development services at St. Anthony North in her role as the Administrative Director of Clinical Services.  Before St. Anthony North, Tami served as the Associate Chief Nursing Officer at Swedish Medical Center where she was responsible for the development and implementation of policies, standards and programs that support the clinical practice of nursing in collaboration with the Chief Nursing Officer.

    Recognized as an efficient communicator with strong leadership skills, Tami is able to effectively navigate process improvements to enhance healthcare services. She is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).

    Tami received her Master of Science in Nurse Executive Practice from Research College of Nursing in Kansas City, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Winston-Salem State University in Winston-Salem, NC, an Associate of Science in Nursing from Davidson Community College in Lexington, NC and is currently pursuing a Masters of Business Administration from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ. 

    In her free time, Tami enjoys spending time with her husband, Jimmy, and her two children.

    Sister Patricia HaydenSister Patricia Hayden, S.C., a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati, joined St. Anthony North Hospital in 1992 and serves as Vice President of Mission Integration where she provides oversight for spiritual and pastoral services including clinical pastoral education, ethics, volunteer services, and healthy communities.  The mission of Sister Pat’s team is to respond to the emotional and spiritual needs of those we serve and to help people in our communities achieve optimal health, wellness and well-being.  

    Sister Pat holds a Bachelor of Arts in Education from Mount Saint Joseph University in Cincinnati and a Master’s of Art in Theology focusing on Adult Christian Community Development from Regis University in Denver.  Sister Pat is a Board Certified Chaplain with the National Association of Catholic Chaplains.

    Early in her career she taught middle school math and science where she developed an innovative departmental school system.  Additionally, Sister Pat created a new model of school administration where she was the principal of an inner city school in Denver. She was also the Director of Religious Education and Youth Minister in a parish before she began her career in health care.   

    Sister Pat’s love for travel began at an early age. Born in Canada, her father was in the USAF, so travel was a large part of her life.  Before college, she resided in ten U.S. states and lived in North Africa for two years.   

    Sharon MeyersSharon Meyers assumed the role of Chief Development Officer for St. Anthony North Health Foundation in January 2012. In just over two years, Sharon has elevated a fledgling development office focused mostly on event fundraising to a professional organization that raises over $1M a year in the North Metro area, secures several planned gifts and provides naming opportunities for the new Health Campus.  Additionally, Sharon created the Foundation’s first endowment and established new, unprecedented giving levels.

    In her leadership role as the fundraising arm of the hospital, Sharon is responsible for securing major and planned gifts for the new health campus such as the healing garden, community garden, prayer garden, commissioned art, statues and water features, naming opportunities and religious artifacts.  She is also responsible for securing financial support for community programs such as the Family Medicine Residency Clinic, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner program, Pastoral Nurse Immunization program and the Doula (Birthing Coach) program.   

    Sharon has a master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Southern Mississippi with a minor in Adult Education. She earned her Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) designation in November of 2009—an honor less than 100 fundraisers held in Colorado at the time. She also worked for six years in higher education fundraising and she teaches government, public policy and nonprofit management at the undergraduate and graduate level. Early in her career, she was an EMT-I for American Medical Response and an emergency medical dispatcher. In 2014 she was recognized by Denver Business Journal as a nominee for their “Outstanding Women in Business” award. 

    She has a long list of volunteer activities she enjoys as well as playing golf, gardening, cooking, and spending time with her family.