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Our Board of Directors

  • Craig Aasved, MBA, CEO, Shodair Children's

    Craig Aasved serves as Chief Executive Officer for Shodair Children’s Hospital.  Aasved has shown his dedication to pediatrics through his focus on future growth, creation of  collaborative environments, and by keeping the patient’s needs as the top priority. Knowing the growing need of children suffering from mental illness, Aasved firmly believes in cultivating donors to support missions to heal, help and inspire hope.  Aasved has been leading healthcare organizations for 33 years, and strongly believes in establishing and nurturing relationships with internal/external stakeholders.  Aasved and his wife Kathy have 5 children who are constantly teaching them life lessons and humility. During his free-time he enjoys golfing, boating, fishing, weight-lifting, high school sports and spending time with his family.


  • Courtney Paterson, MD, Physician Executive & Pediatric Hospitalist - Logan Children's

    Courtney Stout Paterson, MD, joined Logan Health in May 2016. Dr. Paterson is a pediatric hospitalist that extends the depth of the pediatric care programs at Logan Health Children’s and is part of its team of more than 40 pediatric specialists. She earned her medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle and then completed her pediatric residency at the University of Colorado Health Sciences program, where she also served as pediatric chief resident. She began professional practice as a pediatric hospitalist with Colorado Permanente Medical Group in Denver, which provides pediatric hospitalist services ranging from small community hospitals to large quaternary pediatric hospitals. In 2013, Dr. Paterson accepted a pediatric hospitalist position with Billings Clinic in Billings, where she guided the development of their first inpatient pediatric unit. At Logan Health Children’s, she continues to care for patients from infancy through 18 years of age in the hospital setting. Dr. Paterson’s professional interests include enhancing the family-centered care model during hospital admissions, optimizing transitions between inpatient and outpatient medical care, and caring for the medically complex child. In her time away from the hospital, she enjoys skiing, fly fishing, and spending time with her family in the great outdoors of Montana.

  • Craig Lambrecht, MD, MPH, MBA, MHSA, FACEP, President and CEO - Logan Health

    Dr. Lambrecht serves as the current President and CEO of Logan Health based in Kalispell, MT. Dr. Lambrecht received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and completed his emergency medicine residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He later received a Master of Science in Health Services Administration, a Master of Public Health and a Master of Business Administration.


  • Dorothy Dupree, MBA, BS

    Dorothy Dupree is a member of the Assiniboine & Sioux Tribe. She was raised at Fort Peck and graduated from Poplar High School. At an early age, Dorothy realized the importance of focusing on supporting American Indian health and this has become a lifelong mission of hers, as evidenced by her education path, career choices and work accomplishments. Dorothy earned her master’s degree in business administration from the University of Arizona and her bachelor’s degree in science/education from the University of North Dakota. In 1989, Dorothy joined IHS working on improving access to and quality of healthcare provision. Dorothy left IHS to work for CMS from 1998-2008 as a Senior Policy Advisor and was instrumental in establishing the Tribal Affairs Office of CMS. In 2008, Dorothy returned to IHS as the Tucson AZ Area Director. Due to her success in improving quality and operations related to healthcare, at the Tucson office Dorothy was reassigned in 2010 to the Phoenix, AZ as the Area Director. This pattern continued and she has served as IHS Area Director for both Albuquerque, NM and Billings MT, focusing on bringing her method for improving healthcare systems to these communities. Her success as IHS Area Director led to her being assigned as the Deputy Director for Quality Health Care for IHS, which she held until her retirement in 2019. Dorothy continues to be involved in many American Indian communities, organizations, and with issues effecting healthcare. She is currently an active participant with the American Indian Health Leaders.