Chief Executive Officer
Peter Powers serves as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for St. Anthony Hospital (SAH) and is responsible for overseeing all daily leadership decisions for the hospital while implementing key initiatives for the continuous improvement of the organization. In addition to acting as the St. Anthony representative in all operational-related initiatives, Peter is the leading member of the St. Anthony Hospital senior executive team which is charged with the development of service line strategies and operating plans to enhance patient care and grow market share within St. Anthony Hospital’s overall primary and secondary markets.
Peter holds a Bachelor of Public Affairs with a minor in Business and Sociology from Indiana University as well as a Master of Business Administration with Distinction from The University of Sydney, Australia. He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) and currently serves on the Red Rocks Community College Advisory Board and is a Healthy Learning Paths board member.
Interim Chief Nursing Officer
Laura Rogers, RN, MSN, is the Interim Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) for St. Anthony Hospital. A seasoned nursing professional with more than 20 years’ experience in nursing leadership, Laura joined the Centura Health family in 2016 after serving in other nursing leadership roles and concluding a 23-year career with the US Army. She is responsible for overseeing nursing care across the hospital including critical care units, cath lab, perioperative service line, Emergency Department and respiratory services. She also oversees all financial and budgetary guidelines for human and capital resources across the hospital’s nursing division.
Rogers’ commitment to patient safety and strong collaboration with all stakeholders including physicians and nurses illustrates her dedication to exceptional health care and advancing St. Anthony Hospital’s mission of providing excellent care to the Lakewood and surrounding communities.
She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Nursing from Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minn., then joined the US Army Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center for a Critical Care Nursing Course before advancing to the US Army Officer Advanced Course. She then went on to earn her Master of Science in Nursing with a focus on burns, emergency and trauma nursing from Widener University, Chester, Pa.
In 1998, Rogers was honored with the Order of Military Medical Merit and Evangeline G. Bovard Award for Outstanding Army Nurse – Madigan Army Medical Center. She was awarded the Dr. Anita Newcomb McGee Award – US Army Nurse of the Year – 2001, and received an Advanced Nursing Practice Award in 2001. In 2002, she was honored as a “9A” Designator for Excellence in Emergency and Trauma Nursing.
Group Chief Development Officer
Shelley has 15 years of experience raising money for a broad variety of organizations serving Denver, Colorado and the United States. She has been fortunate to work at the Women’s Foundation of Colorado, Outward Bound USA, the University of Colorado, Denver Museum of Nature & Science, and the Colorado Community College System. Shelley has raised millions in support of education and other causes, and she is currently the Group Chief Development Officer in the Mountains and North Denver Operating Group of Centura Health.
Shelley volunteers her time teaching young development professionals in the Institute for Leaders in Development at the University of Denver about major gifts and coaching rising stars at small to mid-size non-profit organizations. She served one term on the Englewood School Board from 2005 – 2008, and she is a member of the 2015 Leadership Denver class. She serves on the Boards of Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Company and Mi Casa Resource Center.
Shelley has a BA in Politics & Government from the University of Puget Sound and a MA in Political Science from the University of Colorado.
Shauna Gulley, MD
Group Chief Medical Officer, Mountains & North Denver Operating Group
Shauna Gulley, MD, serves a dual role as Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for both St. Anthony Hospital and the Centura Health Mountains and North Denver Operating Group (MNDOG). Shauna’s strategic expertise combined with her ability to optimize performance among teams is integral in her development of physician networks and joint ventures. With a passion for coaching and development, she cultivates grass-roots innovation, grows our recruitment strategy and helps achieve the priority of improved physician engagement.
Shauna has been a part of Centura Health since 2009, starting her career as an internist and pediatric provider with the Centura Health Physician Group (CHPG) at the Timberview Clinic in Parker, Colo. She then served as the CHPG vice president of primary care strategy, where she focused on creating high-performing, quality-driven teams, emphasizing value and improving health outcomes. From leading visionary initiatives and supporting our various physician practices to launching the sports medicine service line, Shauna has encouraged collaboration and innovation across our operating groups.
Shauna earned her bachelor of science (summa cum laude) in microbiology from Northern Arizona University, her doctor of medicine (Dean’s Scholar) from the University of Arizona College of Medicine and is currently in the process of completing her MBA from the American Association for Physician Leadership.