Chief Administrative Officer
Lisa LaPlante was named Chief Administrative Officer of EvergreenHealth Monroe in November 2019. She has served in a leadership capacity since joining EvergreenHealth Monroe in 2010, and was promoted to Chief Operating Officer in 2017 to focus on service line enhancement and development and overall hospital operations. She has served as interim CAO since July 2019.
Born and raised in Rhode Island, LaPlante moved west in 1993 and accepting a manager position at a hospital-based home health agency in Moab, Utah. She spent the next 8 years expanding the service to include four additional branches, a hospice, and a certified diabetes education program. Prior to leaving Utah, LaPlante managed an urgent care clinic and also obtained licensure as a durable medical equipment provider.
In 2002, LaPlante accepted a position overseeing accreditation at Southwest Memorial Hospital in Cortez, Colorado, where she gained increased responsibility in the areas of quality, safety, utilization review, risk management, and plant operations. In 2007, she became a part of the executive team as the Chief Quality and Compliance Officer.
She lives in Monroe and is active member in the community, serving on the Snohomish County YMCA Board as well as the Snohomish County Leadership Council for the American Cancer Society.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Services and a Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of Phoenix.
Chief Medical and Quality Officer
Midori Larrabee, MD, is Chief Medical Officer of EvergreenHealth Monroe. She had previously served as hospitalist medical director at Valley General Hospital, prior to it's affiliation with EvergreenHealth.
In her role as Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Larrabee is involved in all aspects of the delivery of medical care at the 72-bed Monroe hospital, including the hospital’s initiatives to improve patient satisfaction and its work to integrate clinical care with the EvergreenHealth Kirkland campus.
Dr. Larrabee received her medical degree from the University of Washington, and completed both her internship and residency there as well.
Interim Chief Nursing Officer
Sandra Kreider is responsible for inpatient nursing areas, emergency services, overall nursing practice and patient experience for the entire EvergreenHealth system.
Currently the Executive Director, Acute Care & Nursing for EvergreenHealth in Kirkland, Kreider has more than 20 years experience in the EvergreenHealth system.
She has a Master's Degree in Nursing Leadership.
John Green joined EvergreenHealth Monroe in June 2018 from St. Peter’s Hospital in Helena, Montana, where he served as Vice President of Finance from 2003 – 2017. He oversaw all financial operations for the 123-bed hospital, 60-physician medical group, foundation and joint ventures. He also served as the hospital’s chief compliance officer.
His career spans nearly 40 years of health care financial experience, including positions in the Provena Health system.
Green earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Southern Illinois University, and is a Certified Public Accountant.