Sr. Marian Schubert, CSJ, MS, MAHCM
Executive Vice President, Mission Integration
St. Joseph Health
Sister Marian Schubert, CSJ possesses a wealth of working knowledge about
all the California ministries of St. Joseph Health. After completing nursing
school she worked as a nurse at both St. Jude Medical Center, Fullerton
and as a founding member of La Amistad de Jose Clinic for St. Joseph Hospital,
Orange. After becoming a family nurse practitioner she helped to start
a pediatric mobile clinic for Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital. While at Mission
Hospital, Mission Viejo she served as a family nurse practitioner at Camino
Health Center and served as the Director for Performance Improvement.
Through her roles of Interim Vice President, Sponsorship at Mission Hospital
and Vice President, Sponsorship at Bristol Park Medical Group, Sister
Marian became interested in and committed to the work of Mission Integration.
She served as the Vice President, Mission Integration for St. Mary Medical
Center, Apple Valley and at Queen of the Valley Medical Center, Napa.
Now as the Executive Vice President, Mission Integration for St. Joseph
Health, she gives oversight to the departments of advocacy, community
benefit, clinical and organizational ethics, formation, spiritual care
services, and mission integration. Additionally, the Vice Presidents of
Mission Integration from each of the ministries meet with her regularly
to ensure that the Mission, Vision and Values of St. Joseph Health are
well integrated into the work of all the ministries.
Sister Marian currently serves on the boards of trustees for Santa Rosa
Memorial Hospital and Petaluma Valley Hospital. She serves as the Chair
of the Community Partnership Fund in Orange. In September 2014, she joined
the Board of Trustees for Providence Health and Services located in Renton,
Washington. Previously, she has been on the boards St. Joseph Hospital,
Eureka, Redwood Memorial Hospital, Fortuna and St. Joseph Health System.
Sister Marian has been a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange
since 1978. She received her BS in nursing from Mount St. Mary’s
College in Los Angeles, her MS and nurse practitioner certificate from
the University of California, San Francisco and MA in health care mission
from the Aquinas Institute, St. Louis, Missouri.