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    Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation (SPMF) Leadership


    Administrative Leadership

    Chief Executive Officer, SPMF
    Toni Brayer, M.D., FACP
    Dr. Toni Brayer is the CEO of Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation, a position she assumed in August 2013. Since 2010, Dr. Brayer had been Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of the Sutter West Bay Region. Dr. Brayer has practiced Internal Medicine in San Francisco for more than 25 years, in private practice and as an SPMF contracted physician. She has served as Chief of Staff at California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC), and she is past-president of the San Francisco Medical Society. Dr. Brayer is an assistant clinical professor of medicine at University of California, San Francisco, and she is on the clinical faculty at CPMC. Dr. Brayer graduated cum laude from Arizona State University and received her medical degree from the University of Arizona. She received the American College of Physicians Volunteerism Award and a local Health Heroes Award from the San Francisco Business Times for her relief work in Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and the earthquake in Haiti. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation.

    Chief Operating Officer
    Glenn W. Chong, FACHE, CMPE
    Glenn Chong assumed the position of Chief Operating Officer for Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation in May 2014. He is responsible for overseeing all operations in San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma and Del Norte counties. Most recently, he was Executive Director of Hoag Medical Group in Newport Beach, where in less than one year he established multi-site operations in eight locations and with 40 physicians. He also held the positions of Senior Director at Rady Children’s Specialists Medical Foundation; Chief Operations Officer at Physicians Management Group/Children’s Specialists of San Diego and Senior Operations Director for the Scripps Clinic in San Diego. Glenn also served as the administrator for two of the Scripps Health hospitals in the San Diego market. He holds an undergraduate degree from the College University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in business from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

    Executive Director of Operations
    Surani Kwan, FNP, MBA
    Surani Kwan, FNP, MBA is the Executive Director of Operations for the North Division of Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation. She is responsible for operations for SPMF’s Sonoma and Lake County care centers, Complex Imaging and Breast Center and Lab draw stations and Imaging services as well as their staff. Kwan has worked for Sutter Health for 23 years, previously at Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa and Sutter Warrack campuses. Kwan holds a Master’s degree in Nursing and a Masters in Business Administration from Sonoma State University and she is licensed at the state and national level as a Family Nurse Practitioner and a public health nurse. She sits on the Board of Directors for the Northern California Center for Well Being, the Pediatric Dental Initiative, the North Bay California Association for Nurse Practitioners, the Advisory Board for Santa Rosa Junior College Vocational Nurses and Sonoma State University MBA Alumni Forum.

    Vice President, Finance
    Marc Lamonica
    Marc Lamonica has a long history with Sutter Health and comes to Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation from Sutter Connect in Emeryville, where he was Regional Director of the Bay Area office, Regional CFO, and Director of Finance for Client Financial Services. At Sutter Connect, he managed more than $250 million of client revenue and oversaw the management of services to Bay Area clients, including managed care, client services and financial services. Marc’s prior experience also includes Director of Finance for Sutter Medical Foundation North Bay in Santa Rosa, as well as Finance Manager for Sutter Connect in Santa Rosa. Marc earned his BA and MBA from UC Davis.

    Medical Group Leadership

    President, Physician Foundation Medical Associates
    Robert Osorio, MD, FACS
    Dr. Osorio, a liver transplant specialist and Chairman of the Barry S. Levin, M.D. Department of Transplantation at California Pacific Medical Center, received his masters of science degree in biomedical engineering from the University of California (San Diego) and earned his medical degree from the University of California (San Francisco), where he completed his specialty training and has served as an Assistant Clinical Professor since 1997. He has been associated with Sutter Health in a volunteer leadership capacity for eight years.

    Chief Medical Officer, Physician Foundation Medical Associates
    William Black, MD, PhD
    Bill Black, MD, PhD assumed the position of Chief Medical Officer, Physician Foundation Medical Associates, in November 2011. He had been Associate Chief Medical Officer of Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation since September 2010, assisting the Foundation in the areas of physician relations and clinic operations, including medical practice oversight, physician recruitment and physician contracting. He has been associated with Sutter Health for over 13 years, most recently as Division Head of Palo Alto Medical Foundation, San Mateo County, where he oversaw a variety of functions, including clinical operations, enterprise integration, capital planning, and quality. He also provided leadership for a number of Palo Alto Medical Foundation areas, including medical campus planning and design, the pioneering patient/physician web portal PAMFOnline, and new market development. Dr. Black is president of the San Mateo County Medical Association. Board-certified in internal medicine, he holds an MD from Stanford University and a PhD in microbiology from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

    President, Sutter Medical Group of the Redwoods
    Gary McLeod, MD
    Gary McLeod, M.D., assumed the position of President of Sutter Medical Group of the Redwoods (SMGR) in September 2014. Dr. McLeod, a family medicine physician, has served on the SMGR Board of Directors since joining the medical group in 2009. For the past few years, he has served as the medical director of quality for SMGR. He has been on numerous committees, including the Sutter Telemedicine Steering Committee, the Sutter Medical Network (SMN) Quality Committee, SMN Variation Reduction Committee and SMGR’s credentialing, quality improvement and peer review committees. Dr. McLeod received his undergraduate degree at Harvard University and attended medical school at the University of California, San Francisco. He completed his family medicine residency at Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa.

    Chief Medical Officer, Sutter Medical Group of the Redwoods
    Peter Valenzuela, M.D., MBA
    Peter Valenzuela, M.D., Ph.D., assumed the position of Chief Medical Officer, Sutter Medical Group of the Redwoods, in October 2013. He had been vice president of the northwest network of PeaceHealth Medical Group in Washington state. He also served as medical director there. As vice president of one of three networks, Dr. Valenzuela oversaw approximately 160 providers across four regions and was responsible for overall strategy, tactics and systems related to the operation of the medical group network. Prior to joining PeaceHealth, Dr. Valenzuela held concomitant posts as chair of family and community medicine and assistant dean for clinical affairs at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center where he oversaw 40 faculty members and 60 residents. In 2012, the Medical Group Management Association-American College of Medical Practice Executives named him the Physician Executive of the Year for outstanding leadership. Dr. Valenzuela is a family physician and Diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine. He was raised in Texas and holds a medical degree from University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas and an MBA from Auburn University.