• Our Leaders

  • St. Anthony Hospital has outstanding leaders who are committed to empowering their associates and fulfilling our mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ by caring for those who are ill and by nurturing the health of the people in our communities.

  • Edward Sim, MBA, MS, President Mountains & North Denver Operating Group and Chief Executive Officer St. Anthony Hospital

    Edward Sim, CEO

    Edward Sim joined Centura Health in January 2017 and serves a dual role as President, Mountains/North Denver Operating Group and CEO, St. Anthony Hospital, a 224-bed, Level One Trauma Center. 

    Before coming to Centura, Edward spent eleven years as a leader with Baptist Health in Jacksonville, Florida.  During his most recent role as Senior Vice President and President, Physician Integration, he had administrative oversight of over 350 employed physicians and also for developing the health system’s model for clinical integration.  Prior roles at Baptist Health include Hospital President of Baptist Medical Center Beaches and Vice President, Operations.

    Edward also served as Chief Business Development Officer at North Fulton Regional Hospital in Roswell, Georgia.  He began his career in hospital administration in Tenet Healthcare’s Leadership Development Program and was also a Consultant with The Advisory Board Company in Washington, DC.

    Edward received his Master of Business Administration from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and Master of Science from Albany Medical College.  He obtained his undergraduate degree in Economics from Boston University.

    Patrick Green, FACHE, Senior Executive Vice President

    Patrick GreenPatrick serves as the Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer for St. Anthony Hospital (SAH) and is responsible for providing overall operational leadership and daily planning for the hospital. In addition to acting as the St. Anthony representative in all operational-related initiatives, Patrick is a key member of the SAH senior executive team which is charged with the development of service line strategies and operating plans to enhance patient care and grow market share within SAH's overall primary and secondary markets.

    Patrick has a successful track record of leading growth and financial performance in key service lines through the development and implementation of strategic initiatives to enhance the range and value of the medical center operations and services. Patrick has over 15 years of well rounded experience working in major comprehensive academic and large health system environments demonstrating his skill and expertise in operational management and productivity improvements, physician relationship building, capital construction project management, strategic planning and policy development.

    He is known by his colleague's as a result oriented leader who takes pride in consistent performance and effective stewardship. Ultimately, his approach to leadership comes down to "Accountability and Creditability".

    Patrick earned a Master's of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Central Oklahoma and is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He also volunteers his time in the community with various non-profit organizations that focus on improving the health of the community, education and leadership development for today's youth.

    Linda Goodwin, MSN, MBA, FACHE, Group Chief Nursing Officer, Mountains & North Denver Operating Group

    Linda Goodwin, CNOLinda Goodwin, MSN, MBA, FACHE, serves a dual role as Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) for both St. Anthony Hospital and the Centura Health Mountains and North Denver Operating Group (MNDOG). A seasoned nursing executive with more than 30 years of health care leadership experience, she collaborates with colleagues here and across the Centura system to develop strategic and operational plans for enhancing clinical effectiveness, patient/associate satisfaction and value-based care at the community level.

    Goodwin joined our organization in late 2015, bringing group expertise gained as System Chief Nursing Officer for Via Christi Health System in Wichita, Kansas.  She previously had served as CNO for Memorial Health System in Colorado Springs. In both roles, her focus on patient safety, nursing education, physician collaboration and quality initiatives resulted in significant contributions to her hospitals’ nursing programs and care provision.

    A graduate of the nursing program of Marymount College in Salina, Kansas, Goodwin earned her MS in nursing from Fort Hays State and her MBA from Kansas Wesleyan University. She is a board-certified nurse executive, advanced by the American Nursing Association, and is certified as a Fellow of the American College of Health Executives (FACHE). She was selected for the 2015 Fellowship in Innovative Health Leadership offered by Arizona State University and the American Organization of Nurse Executives and has completed the Wharton School of Business fellowship program for nurse executives.

    Janell Moerer, Group Vice President Strategy & Business Development, Mountains & North Denver Operating Group


    Janell Moerer, MBA, serves as Group Vice President Strategy and Business Development for the Mountains and North Denver Operating Group (MNDOG) of Centura Health. Along with St. Anthony Hospital and OrthoColorado Hospital, this group encompasses Avista Adventist Hospital in Louisville, St. Anthony North Health Campus in Westminster and St. Anthony Summit Medical Center in Frisco.

    Moerer has brought to Centura Health a wealth of business development and strategy experience gained in the ambulatory care, hospital, post acute care, rehabilitation and insurance sectors. For the 12 years prior to joining our organization, she served as Vice President of Business Development, Innovation and Transformation for Via Christi Health, Kansas’ largest provider of health services with 15 hospitals, and over 300 employed physicians.

    Moerer earned her BS in Business Administration from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and her MBA from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. She is active with the American College of Healthcare Executives and a board member of Innovation Leader Network. Moerer and her husband Brent are the parents of two children.

    Michelle Fournier Johnson, Group Vice President Human Resources, Mountains & North Denver Operating Group 

    Michell Fournier JohnsonMichelle Fournier Johnson joined St. Anthony Hospital and the Mountains and North Denver Operating Group (MNDOG) in September 2012. She oversees Human Resources for MNDOG hospitals while providing strategic leadership with the other HR Centers of Excellence in the organization’s approach to talent acquisition, management, development and engagement.   

    Michelle joins us from Fresenius Medical Care where she served as Vice President of Human Resources for the West Division, with prior senior leadership roles with AutoNation, Coors Distributing Company, Pepsi-Cola Company, Xerox Corporation and General Motors.  

    Michelle has a master’s in Labor and Industrial Relations and a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Psychology and Employment Relations from Michigan State University.

    Corina Lindley, MPH, Group VP, Community Health & Values Integration

    Corina LindleyCorina Lindley, MPH is the Group VP of Community Health and Mission. Her responsibilities include leading and supporting MNDOG efforts around optimizing health care value and ensuring our ministry’s vitality in the future. She has direct operational oversight of Spiritual Care, Volunteers, Community Health, Community Benefit and Integrative Medicine at St. Anthony Hospital and OrthoColorado Hospital and regional leadership responsibilities for MNDOG in these areas. In this role she has created strong local public health partnerships through the Community Health Needs Assessment, established programs with the local Archdiocese, and streamlined community health education programs across the region. Additionally, she is working towards mobilizing and evolving existing assets such as chaplains, integrative healing and volunteers towards population health improvement and mission fulfillment.

    Corina has been with Centura Health since October 2014. Prior to this role, Corina was a leader with Kaiser Permanente Colorado for eleven years, where she led collaborative statewide and efforts in population health improvement leveraging community benefit, research, philanthropic investments and organizational assets. Through this work, Kaiser Permanente implemented and advanced local and national best practices in obesity and hunger prevention, physical activity, healthy equity, place-based community health, public health surveillance, access to care, and partnerships with the safety net. In addition, Corina has worked with federal, state and local public health agencies as a Prevention Specialist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and has career experiences with academic, research, and health care institutions.

    Named one of “Denver’s 40 under 40” by the Denver Business Journal in 2011, Corina embraces and leads innovation and is passionate and dedicated to creating opportunities and equity for all people regardless of where they are born.

    Corina is currently pursuing a Master in Theology from St. Joseph’s College, and holds a Masters in Public Health, Health Policy and Management from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology and Psychology from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. Corina currently serves on the Colorado Fresh Food Financing Fund Advisory Board.

    Corina is married and has two children. She has been living in Colorado since 2006 and is originally from Ellicott City, Maryland. She is a proud 1stgeneration American, raised by Brazilian and Estonian immigrants. Her husband Chris is a Denver Firefighter, Business Owner, Veteran of the Army and public health expert. Corina loves the outdoors and enjoys mountain biking, playing soccer, skiing, and hiking.

    Shelley ThompsonShelley has 15 years of experience raising money for a broad variety of organizations serving Denver, Colorado and the United States. She has been fortunate to work at the Women’s Foundation of Colorado, Outward Bound USA, the University of Colorado, Denver Museum of Nature & Science, and the Colorado Community College System. Shelley has raised millions in support of education and other causes, and she is currently the Group Chief Development Officer in the Mountains and North Denver Operating Group of Centura Health.

    Shelley volunteers her time teaching young development professionals in the Institute for Leaders in Development at the University of Denver about major gifts and coaching rising stars at small to mid-size non-profit organizations. She served one term on the Englewood School Board from 2005 – 2008, and she is a member of the 2015 Leadership Denver class. She serves on the Boards of Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Company and Mi Casa Resource Center.

    Shelley has a BA in Politics & Government from the University of Puget Sound and a MA in Political Science from the University of Colorado.  

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