McNamara named to Three Rivers Hospital Board of Commissioners


Leslie McNamara, right, pictured here with Three River Hospital Board Chairwoman, Vicki Orford, is the newest member of the TRH Board of Commissioners.
“Having spent most of my life in small towns, I am especially interested in rural health care and want to see our local hospital thrive as a respected and trusted institution,” McNamara said.

BREWSTER – Three Rivers Hospital (TRH) has announced the appointment of Brewster resident, Leslie McNamara as the newest member of the TRH Board of Commissioners.
In a media release issued August 31, TRH Business Development Coordinator Christopher Majors disclosed that McNamara was selected to fill a seat on the five-member Board that has remained vacant for nearly two years.
“It is my goal to be a more active member of our community,” said McNamara who added that she looks “forward to giving back by lending my enthusiasm, time, ideas and skills to Three Rivers Hospital.”
McNamara is deeply rooted in the community with her husband’s family having been in the area for generations.
“After 35 years in Alaska and 10 more in Wyoming, Leslie has spent the last 12 years here in Washington with her husband,” wrote Majors. “Leslie has a background in finance, real estate, law and education.”
McNamara’s volunteer work has included local, national and church board memberships. She likes to spend what spare time she has enjoying the area’s many activities with particular favorites being hiking, kayaking, whitewater rafting and gardening.
“Having spent most of my life in small towns, I am especially interested in rural health care and want to see our local hospital thrive as a respected and trusted institution,” McNamara said.
Three Rivers CEO Scott Graham has already scheduled McNamara for one-on-one time with hospital administration staff and has assembled education materials to being his newest board member up to speed as rapidly as possible.

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