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John Fletcher, MBA, FACHE

Executive Coach

As a Strategic advisor and Leadership Coach, John Fletcher is a Healthcare
innovator and experienced leader based in Seattle, Washington. His experience
includes over 30 years in executive leadership with Providence Health & Services at
the operational and strategic levels in Oregon, Montana, Washington and California.
John understands the economic and political pressure of the “C” suite, having served
8 years as a regional Chief Executive overseeing a $2 Billion operation with 9
hospitals and over 21,000 employees. He also understands that to be successful,
trust, empathy and self-awareness are every bit as important as financial, marketing
and business strategy.

Called upon to develop, launch, and integrate new and profitable service models in
response to glacial shifts in Healthcare funding and access, John’s vision, relational
integrity, and integrated view of service and business now guide his work with
current and emerging Healthcare Executives, Physicians and Boards. His Coaching
and Consulting expertise is centered in strategic, collaborative and rational
approaches to executive development and success. John is respected for his
professionalism, ability to build strong personal relationships and his commitment to
helping others learn, develop and realize their full leadership potential.

A certified coach by the Hudson Institute for Coaching and the International
Coaching Federation, John is also a Fellow in both the American College of
Healthcare Executives and The Harvard Institute of Coaching. He is a KRH licensed
consultant and certified in Hogan Assessments. John holds a Master’s Degree in
Business Administration from Portland State University in Oregon and a Bachelor
Degree from the University of Nebraska.

John and his wife Anne have two daughters who also live in the Pacific Northwest.
Most recently they have new grandson, Jack, who is the joy of the family. When
John is not working he is enjoying the outdoors while fly-fishing, skiing, golfing or
hiking. He continues to be grounded in the mission of healthcare for the poor and
vulnerable and is actively involved with various not for profit organizations in the
Northwest.