Jeppesen is new vice president of EvergreenHealth Medical Group, Primary Care

EvergreenHealth has announce the appointment of Linda Jeppesen as its new vice president of EvergreenHealth Medical Group (EHMG), Primary Care.

Jeppesen, a long-time Pacific Northwest resident, has an extensive background in primary care administration and leadership, most recently serving as CEO of Lakeshore Clinic, whose Bothell and Kirkland locations joined EvergreenHealth earlier this year. During her 10-year tenure at Lakeshore Clinic, Jeppesen played an integral role in establishing the practice as a flagship member of EvergreenHealth Partners, EvergreenHealth’s clinically integrated network, and also worked to create the Puget Sound High Value Network.

“Linda brings extensive experience and background in primary care practice management. Her industry knowledge and exceptional understanding of primary care will be an asset to EvergreenHealth and she will be a valuable addition to our EHMG leadership team,” said Bob Malte, CEO of EvergreenHealth.

Prior to leading Lakeshore Clinic, Jeppesen held various leadership roles, including CFO for Edmonds Family Medicine. She earned a business degree from the University of Washington and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Aside from serving patients in the EvergreenHealth community, Jeppesen has also served as the secretary treasurer, president-elect and board president of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Washington.

To learn more about EvergreenHealth Medical Group, EvergreenHealth’s multispecialty group practice made up of nearly 300 physician specialists employed by EvergreenHealth, visit www.evergreenhealth.com/evergreenhealth-medical-group.


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