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Senior Leadership Team

David Keith
Chief Executive Officer

David Keith joined the Bartlett senior leadership team as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) on August 15, 2022.

Mr. Keith previously served as the President and CEO for McAlester Regional Health Center since September 2011. Mr. Keith has over three decades of administrative and operational healthcare leadership experience, including prior experience in Alaska at Providence Alaska Medical Center and Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage. “Mr. Keith’s breadth of experience at similar hospitals and clear vision for Bartlett’s future gave the board great confidence in his appointment,” said Kenny Solomon-Gross, Board President. “He understands the climate of healthcare in Alaska and is eager to lead our organization through imminent change as we work to improve our delivery of quality care to our community.”

Mr. Keith holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas and a Master of Science degree in Health Care Administration from Trinity University.

Bob Tyk
Interim Chief Financial Officer

Robert "Bob" Tyk joined Bartlett in February 2022 to assume the Interim CFO position. Mr. Tyk was selected through an interim leadership company and brings to Bartlett over 45 years of experience in the healthcare arena with over 30 of those years serving as a CFO or CEO. He has worked in hospital systems, physician group practices, and stand-alone hospitals ranging in size from 25-bed critical access hospitals to university-owned facilities. "My wife, Margy, and I have three children and eight grandchildren," said Interim CFO Bob Tyk. "Our oldest son and his family live in Anchorage so we have visited Alaska numerous times. We are looking forward to spending more time with them and exploring Southeast Alaska."

Kim McDowell
Chief Clinical Officer

Kim McDowell began her journey at Bartlett Regional Hospital in 2015, working in the Emergency Department (ED) as a nurse on an as needed basis. In 2016 she moved into the Clinical Assistant Manager role and over the following years became the ED Director. In 2021, she became Chief Nursing Officer. In 2022, she became the Chief Clinical Officer. Prior to coming to Bartlett Regional Hospital she worked as an ED nurse, charge nurse, and Clinical Supervisor in a 65-bed unit. She believes that when you place the patient in the center of all you do, you will never go wrong, aligning with Bartlett Regional Hospital’s mission to provide quality, patient centered care.

Ms. McDowell holds an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing from Central New Mexico Community College, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from New Mexico Highlands University, and a Master of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Nursing Administration from the University of Phoenix.

Tracy Dompeling
Chief Behavioral Health Officer

Tracy Dompeling joined the Bartlett senior leadership team as Chief Behavioral Health Officer (CBHO) in June 2022.

Ms. Dompeling previously served as the Director of the Division of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) with the State of Alaska. As Director, she had general agency oversight for over 400 employees, including direct care staff, nursing, and mental health, and was responsible for managing an annual budget of $58 million. She brings to Bartlett over 20 years of leadership, supervisory, and project management experience in Alaska in addition to collaborative working relationships with leadership in the Division of Behavioral Health, Office of Children’s Services, Alaska Psychiatric Institute, Division of Public Health, Department of Law, Department of Corrections, and the Alaska Mental Health Trust.

Ms. Dompeling holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work with a minor in Justice and a Master of Arts degree in Justice Administration from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

Hargrave 125X184Dallas Hargrave
Human Resources Director

Dallas Hargrave joined the senior leadership team of Bartlett Regional Hospital in January 2016 in his role as Human Resources and Risk Management Director for the City and Borough of Juneau.

Mr. Hargrave previously served as the Human Resource Manager for the State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services; worked in the State of Alaska, Department of Administration, Division of Personnel and Labor Relations; and also worked as an Assistant Public Defender and as a Law Clerk.

Mr. Hargrave possesses a BA in Biology and Political Science from Pacific Lutheran University, a Master of Public Administration from the University of Alaska, Southeast, and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law.