Changes for NorthBay’s Leadership Team

Two new executives joined NorthBay Health in 2023, rounding out the leadership team and keeping the 63-year-old organization focused on its mission to remain fiercely independent while delivering compassionate care and advanced medicine close to home for the residents of Solano County and beyond.

Joe D’Angina joined NorthBay Health as its Chief Financial Officer at the end of January. In July, Tim Williams, an executive leader with Adventist Health, became NorthBay Health’s Vice President for Ambulatory Services.

“We are so pleased to welcome both of these gentlemen to our NorthBay family. They are experienced, respected professionals in their fields and will complement NorthBay on its journey as we navigate the ever-changing health care landscape, determined to keep the patient at the center of all we do.”
B. Konard Jones, President and CEO of NorthBay Health

Joe D’AnginaNorthBay Health Chief Financial Officer
Joe D’Angina
NorthBay Health
Chief Financial Officer

Joe, who most recently served as Chief Financial Officer for UC San Francisco Medical Center, brings more than 30 years of experience. Prior to his role at UCSF, he served almost nine years with Dignity Health, starting at Woodland Healthcare as their Chief Financial Officer then transitioning to hold both the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer roles; and then as the Market CFO for Dignity’s North State Market, which includes Mercy Medical Center in Redding, Mercy Medical Center in Mt. Shasta and St. Elizabeth Community Hospital in Red Bluff.

Before that, he held executive level finance positions with Kaiser Permanente, Sutter Regional Medical Foundation, Sutter Health as well as Bay Valley Medical Group, now a part of Stanford Health.

Tim WilliamsNorthBay Health Vice President for Ambulatory Services
Tim Williams
NorthBay Health Vice President for Ambulatory Services

Tim has more than a decade of experience in outpatient clinics and operations, most recently serving the Northern California region of Adventist Health, as the operations executive for ambulatory and physician services, where he drove alignment and integration within complex systems for the care delivery of five hospitals. He was directly responsible for the operations of 84 outpatient facilities serving more than 510,000 patient visits each year.

With a passion for building, improving and growing operations to better serve the community, Williams is committed to clinical quality, patient experience, consumer value and process improvement.

Prior to his time with Adventist Health, Tim served as an officer in the U.S. Air Force. His role with the Medical Service Corps was leading outpatient operations in health care facilities. He helped lead and implement numerous initiatives for the Defense Health Agency and Air Force Medical Service. He was commissioned as an officer at David Grant Medical Center on Travis Air Force Base, prior to receiving orders to go to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in North Carolina.

Tim holds a master’s degree in business administration-healthcare management from the University of North Carolina — Fayetteville State University. He is a Fellow in both the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) and the American College of Medical Practice Executives (FACMPE).

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