Meet our Leadership
Dick Stenson, FACHE, FACMPE
President & CEO
Joined Tuality: 1992
For Dick, Tualty’s leadership role in one of the fastest-growing counties in Oregon means there is no shortage of exciting opportunities. As local healthcare needs grow, he seeks ways of growing to meet them with the right amount and types of service medical services. An avid sailor, Dick likes to drop his 23-foot sloop, the Ono Wai into the placid waters of Hagg Lake near Forest Grove. He also enjoys touring the back roads across the country on his BMW RT1150 “cop bike” for the long trips, and a Harley 1200 Sportster for the short ones. His wife, Doreen, says no matter the weather, he always come home with a big smile on his face.
Manuel "Manny" Berman, FACHE
Chief Operating Officer & Administrator
Joined Tuality: 1983
The way Manny sees it, his role is to act as a facilitator/coach. It’s his job to make sure that the individuals who have the training are empowered to do their jobs and to help people recognize their abilities and help them succeed. Manny’s ideal Saturday afternoon involves a canoe or float tube, a sense for where the lake trout are biting and the companionship of his newest fishing buddy, his grandson. He’s especially proud of his two daughters, one an emergency room social worker and the other who lives in Israel and works with new college students. If you’re on our Hillsboro campus, be sure to drop by Community Relations and say hello to Manny’s wife, Karen.
Eunice Rech, RN
Chief Clinical Officer
Joined Tuality: 2006
Keeping the clinical staff well-cared-for and energized to take the best possible care of its patients is a full-time job, and it rests on Eunice’s shoulders. Keeping the quality of care high is a priority for her as well, and she always keeps her eyes open for health care professionals who are looking for opportunities to be involved in the decision-making process. For several years, Eunice accompanied her husband John to professional car racing events. Says Eunice, “There was no pay, just an occasional soggy ham sandwich. But we love racing and we still get a Christmas card from Mario Andretti each year.”
John Coletti, Jr. M.D., MS
Vice President of Health Care Development
Joined Tuality Administration: 1973
After his career in the Air Force, John took a position at Tuality as an orthopedic surgeon, yet, as he has changed positions over the years, one thing has remained the same: a passion for helping his organization succeed. As VP of Health Care Development, he realizes the importance of looking into the future and being sensitive to community needs and services. In his off hours, John enjoys playing Bach on the piano and heading to California’s Russian River Valley to tend to his Pinot Noir Vineyards.
Tim Fleischmann, CPA
Chief Financial Officer
Joined Tuality: 1992
After nearly two decades on the job, Tim is proud to see the growth in the Tuality network, such as the addition of the 7th Ave. Medical Plaza, the Tuality/OHSU Cancer Center, and the Pacific University campus. For Tim, a perfect day is taking his son, age five to the golf driving range. “At least,” he says, “for now, he seems to love golf.” Another perfect day would be playing at Augusta National Golf Club the day after the Masters.
Thomas Gilberts, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer
Joined Tuality: 2003
Following in the footsteps of his father, Thomas pursued a career in medicine with passion to help people and serve the community. Finding that he enjoyed all of his rotations, he was drawn to primary care because of the variety and the relationships he could build with his patients. “I came to Tuality right out of residency. It’s the perfect size for me … small enough to know almost everyone, yet large enough to have essentially all of the medical subspecialties covered,” said Thomas. In his spare time he enjoys playing jazz guitar and spending time with his wife, Bethany.