Richard Reinhart, MD
Member of the Board
I have had an association with HY spanning 40 years that includes professional service to the institution and personal care from HY and staff. During this time, I have developed a deep respect and appreciation for how important HY is to our community. One main reason my wife and I decided to retire and live permanently year-round in Minocqua is Howard Young Hospital for the reasons noted. My experience with the Marshfield Clinic also brings additional insight into the issues existing in the medical community. I have the experience of serving on other boards and appreciate the importance of being a member of a board of directors.
In the early-1980s I first began to do outreach cardiology consultations every other Friday traveling from the Marshfield Clinic in Marshfield to see consults at Howard Young Hospital and in the then Lakeland Medical Associates offices. During this time, I developed an appreciation of the high quality of care provided and how important HY is to the community.
Following my 10 years in academic medicine at East Carolina University (1993-2003) I returned to practice at the Marshfield Clinic Minocqua Center and continued on the staff of HY from 2001 to 2007 again appreciating the high-quality medical care including staff and physicians.
I served as Medical Director Heart Services Marshfield Clinic/Ministry Healthcare (2012-2015). During this time, I worked to establish the cardiology clinic in HY working closely with HY leadership.
While at Marshfield Clinic I gained insight into the operations of the clinic while serving as a member of the Board of Directors (1980-1993 and 2001-2015) as well Corporate Secretary for Marshfield Clinic (1990-93)
My other Board experiences include Marshfield Medical Research Foundation as a board member (approx. 1988-1993) serving as chair of that board 1991-1993. I served on the board of the Wisconsin Historical Foundation (2016-2018) including serving on that board’s executive committee.
On the personal side, my wife Toni was hospitalized twice at HY in 2018 and then in ICU for one month in 2022. From the patient perspective I was impressed with the quality of care provided as well as the caring quality of the staff and physicians and the state-of-the-art facilities and technology at HY. Additionally, the ICU stay occurred during the height of the COVID pandemic and despite this added stress the HY staff remained professional, calm, and caring.
I appreciate the opportunity to serve on the HY Foundation Board of Directors.
Meet our other Directors
Dick recently retired from his own executive search firm the Gustafson Group, specializing in healthcare provider executives search. Dick spent over 20 years at Heidrick & Struggles (global executive search firm) in the Chicago office where he served as Vice Chairman of the firm and Chairman, Global Health Care Practice. Before that he served as Managing Partner for the Health Care Practice. Dick successfully led major searches for CEO’s, CMO’s, CFO’s, COO’s, and Vice Chancellor and Deans of Medical Schools.View
Judy graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee with a BSN in Nursing. She also attended the Parish Nurse Prep Program. Judy graduated from the University of Rochester, NY with a Master of Science Degree in Nursing as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Community Health. She is a Certified Occupational Health Nurse, COHN-S. She has a nursing license in both Wisconsin and Illinois.View
Tony was born in Withee, Wisconsin, June 14, 1941. He lived on a family farm of 19 acres outside of Withee 'til becoming a sophomore in high school when he went to Holy Cross Seminary in LaCrosse, Wisconsin and studied there until just before Christmas of my fourth year in college in 1962 when he left the seminary and moved to Milwaukee where he entered Marquette University and completed his college training the summer of 1964.View
Carrie is a retired marketing executive who is devoted to community service. Carrie served as Vice President of Marketing for GE Consumer Finance and Director of Marketing for Chicago Tribune. In 2005, Carrie formed CJH Strategic Marketing, where she defined data-driven, customer-focused acquisition and retention strategies for clients including the Washington Post, Dallas Morning News and OSI Restaurant partners.View
Trygve (Trig) graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a Bachelor of Business Administration from Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Trig is one part of the larger T.A. Solberg Company, Inc., a diverse and healthy organization of over 1,000 associates that also operate Tula's Café in Minocqua, several fuel and convenience stores throughout northern and central Wisconsin, Trig's Central Bakery and Trucking Facility, Trig's Recycling Center, and the Tasmania Northwoods Resort.View