TUALATIN, ORE. -- Meridian Park Medical Foundation elected the following officers to its board of trustees during the foundation's annual meeting on June 2, 2016:
Clyde A. Farris, M.D., chair
Roderick B. Cruickshank, vice chair
J. Michael Schultz, executive director (ex officio)
Christopher A. Busby, treasurer and investment committee chair
Leah D. Murray, secretary
Dr. Farris, a retired orthopedic surgeon, has been affiliated with Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center since 1991. He received his medical degree from Stanford University and completed an internship and residency at Parkland Memorial Hospital/University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas. He also completed a traumatology fellowship at the University of Basle, Switzerland.
Meridian Park Medical Foundation advocates and raises funds for Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center. The foundation is currently raising funds in support of a Patient Care Expansion Project. This $6.5 million capital campaign will increase Legacy Meridian Park's capacity to care for the growing South Metro community with a facility that supports high-quality patient care using the latest technology and best medical practices.
Legacy Meridian Park is the South Metro area's most advanced medical center. Specialty services include neurology, orthopedic surgery, minimally invasive and robotic technology, cancer care, a nationally recognized stroke program, a nationally accredited breast health center and a chest pain center awarded the nation's first Gold Seal of approval in chest pain by The Joint Commission -- the nation's principal hospital accreditation agency.
For more information about Meridian Park Medical Foundation, contact 503-692-7624 or visit www.legacyhealth.org/giving.
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