Outer Cape Health Services Names Four New Directors

Four board members with deep experience...

HARWICH PORT, MA – Outer Cape Health Services (OCHS) today announced four new directors to serve on its 12-member board of directors for 2019. New directors include Marianne Alciati, PhD, of Wellfleet, Kathleen “Kass” Goodwin of Provincetown, Patti Hartsfield, RN, BSN, MN, of Yarmouthport, and Michael Peterson of Eastham.

Ms. Alciati is a health research executive with more than 25 years’ experience in managing and evaluating research programs. She is president and founder of Management Solutions for Health and has also held positions with Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the Department of Health and Human Services and the National Cancer Institute, amongst others.

Ms. Goodwin of Provincetown is a former medical device engineer with more than three decades of experience in the industry.  The bulk of her career was spent in various divisions of Medtronic , based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is retired in Provincetown.   

Ms. Hartsfield is a recently retired healthcare executive and nurse. The majority of her career was spent in Virginia. She relocated to Cape Cod in 2015 where she served as Director of Nursing and Site Director of Outer Cape Health Services’ Harwich health center.

Mr. Peterson is a sales executive and consultant with extensive background in the telecommunications software/technology field. He is an associate with William Raveis Real Estate in East Orleans and a member of Outer Cape Health Services’ Capital Campaign Committee.

The OCHS volunteer board of directors is representative of the communities served by the organization on the Lower and Outer Cape, the majority of whom are also OCHS patients.


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