Cottage Health Taps Stacy Bratcher as Vice President and General Counsel | Your Health

Dovie Salais

October 3, 2020 | 12:53 p.m. Stacy Bratcher Stacy Bratcher has been named vice president and general counsel for Cottage Health. In this new role, she will advise on all legal issues affecting the organization, as well as lead the legal, audit and compliance functions. Before joining Cottage, Bratcher spent […]

October 3, 2020
| 12:53 p.m.

Stacy Bratcher

Stacy Bratcher

Stacy Bratcher has been named vice president and general counsel for Cottage Health. In this new role, she will advise on all legal issues affecting the organization, as well as lead the legal, audit and compliance functions.

Before joining Cottage, Bratcher spent 15 years as a healthcare attorney at the University of Southern California, where she was most recently the vice president and managing general counsel, and corporate secretary at Keck Medicine of USC.

Bratcher’s experience included advising on a broad array of legal and strategic issues, such as research grants and contracts; as well as establishing a governance structure and new fiduciary board.

Bratcher began her career as an associate attorney for the healthcare legal firm Hooper, Lundy & Bookman in Los Angeles. She earned a bachelor of arts in English from Truman State University in Missouri, and a juris doctor from St. Louis University School of Law.

Her volunteer experience includes 17 years as a commissioner for the Hospitals and Health Delivery Commission at the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services. She also has served on the Los Angeles Bar Association bioethics committee.

“Stacy is a recognized team builder who brings significant health care experience and legal expertise to Cottage Health. We are very pleased to welcome her to Santa Barbara,” said Ron Werft, president/CEO of Cottage Health.

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