About University HealthCare Alliance
University HealthCare Alliance (UHA) is a medical foundation born out of the aspiration for Stanford Medicine and local, high-quality providers to partner together to bring a greater range of leading edge health care services to patients within surrounding communities.
UHA was formed January 1, 2011 as a 1206 (L) Medical Foundation organized to operate and own medical practices. UHA is comprised of four medical groups with over 70 clinic locations and over 350 board-certified primary care and specialty care providers located across Bay Area communities. UHA also includes an affiliated IPA network – Affinity Medical Group – which provides additional high-quality, innovative, and affordable health care solutions, to give our patients the choices, flexibility and high standards of quality care they deserve.
UHA is truly contributing to Stanford University’s well-respected hospital and clinic’s transformation into a high-performing health system. Together, UHA and Stanford are pioneering new ways to practice medicine across multiple locations, using Stanford’s advanced resources to create seamless continuity of care for every patient.
Bryan Bohman, MD
Chief Medical Officer (CMO)
Associate CMO, Stanford Health Care
Clinical Associate Professor, Anesthesia and Critical Care, Stanford School of Medicine
Chief Administrative Officer
Michael O’Connell, MHA, FACMPE, FACHE
Senior Vice President, Operations
Vice President of Strategic Planning and Development
Rebecca (Becky) Puclik
Interim Vice President of Human Resources
Interim Vice President of Finance
David Overton, RN, MHA, CCM, FACHE
Interim Quality Executive
Richard Sankary, MD
Vice President, Health Services Delivery
Chief Medical Officer, Accountable Care
President, Affinity Medical Group IPA
President Affinity Medical Partners, Inc.
Michael Kim, MD
Associate Chief Medical Officer
Medical Informatics Director, Network of Care, Stanford Health Care
UHA Operations Medical Director
UHA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
UHA has a Board of Directors and committees with representation and active participation of leaders from the School of Medicine and Stanford Health Care. Members establish the growth objectives they seek to implement through UHA and provide written consent before UHA enters into a Physicians Service Agreement with a Medical Group.
|Bryan Bohman, MD||Richard Sankary, MD|
|Casey Safreno||Marcia Cohen|
|Chuck Koob||Margaret Raffin|
|David Entwistle||Norman Rizk, MD|
|Quinn McKenna||Paul Ludmer, MD|
|Jeff Guardino, MD||Robert Harrington, MD|