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Dick Clark, Portland Clinic CEO discusses the clinic, it's recent experiences, and the future.

James Moloney

Managing Director, Co-Head of Health Systems M&A

Jim Moloney is the Co-Head of Cain Brothers’ Health Systems M&A Group and a member of the Firm’s Executive Committee. Mr. Moloney joined Cain Brothers in 1995 and has 29 years of experience in health care mergers, acquisitions, financings, and real estate transactions. Mr. Moloney’s clients include a broad range of academic medical centers, not-for-profit health systems, publicly-traded and privately-owned healthcare providers, medical groups, real estate development companies, and real estate investors. Mr. Moloney’s recent notable engagements include the sale of Verity Health’s hospitals, a joint-venture between UNM Health System and Lovelace Health for the UNM Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital, Group Health Physicians’ affiliation with Kaiser Permanente, MultiCare Health System’s acquisition of Rockwood Health System from Community Health Systems, Tenet’s sale of five Atlanta area hospitals to WellStar and Meriter Health Services’ affiliation with UnityPoint. Prior to his current role, Mr. Moloney founded and was the head of the Firm’s Real Estate Group and has advised clients on real estate transactions valued in excess of $2 billion and involving more than 200 healthcare properties.

Dick Clark, CEO

The Portland Clinic

Dick Clark joined The Portland Clinic as CEO in the summer of 2015, bringing 30 years of senior management and healthcare leadership experience, a strong connection to Portland and its people and enthusiasm leading the Clinic well into the next century of its existence and continuing to build upon past successes. Prior to joining The Portland Clinic, Clark was asked to serve as Development Director of Providence Cancer Center and then Director of the Providence Together Capital Campaign, which exceeded its fundraising goal of $74 million. In 2008 he was elevated to Executive Director of Providence St. Vincent Medical Foundation, Providence’s largest foundation in its system with $185 million in assets. He has been an active member of the Portland Rotary Club since 1996 and served as its President in 2007-2008. He served for two years as Chair of the Oregon Ethics in Business program sponsored by the Rotary Club of Portland. He was named the Club’s Rotarian of the year in 2010 and 2014. Clark currently serves on eight community and industry boards of directors.

A native resident of Portland, Dick and his wife, Liz have been married since 1981 and have two children – Scott, and his wife June, who live in Portland, and Kate, who lives in New York City. A graduate of Central Catholic High School and Oregon State University, Dick’s hobbies include golfing, traveling to visit their children, running 5 & 8K community runs, collecting US postage stamps, reading non-fiction biographies, writing short stories and exploring Portland’s great restaurants.

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