Allyson Hollingsworth is a Physician and Provider Recruiter for Provider Solutions and Development (PS+D) who focuses on primary and specialty care recruitment for Providence, Pacific Medical Center, and Swedish locations in Western Washington. She has experience in recruitment for large metropolitan areas, suburbs, and rural locations. Previously, Allyson recruited for over 30 hospitals across the state of Montana. Being origionally from the Pacific Northwest, she is passionate about helping communities in this area find the perfect providers. Allyson earned her FASPR/CPRP in 2017 and holds a Master;s in Healthcare Administration with a specialization in Applied Business Management. Her professional passions include Diversity, Equity and Inclusion work as well as mentorship and training. Allyson likes to spend her free time traveling with her spouse, playing with her three dogs, spending time outdoors, attending concerts, and cooking.
Julie Da Silva is currently the Provider Recruitment Operations Specialist at Provider Solutions & Development. Her previous experience has been working in different Sales and HR capacities in the Greater Seattle area and recently working at UW Medicine Valley Medical Center in the Provider Recruiting department as a Sr. Recruiting Coordinator. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Management and Human Resources. On a personal level, Julie spends time with her husband, cats, family and friends! She looks forward to travelling whenever she can and visiting family in California each year. Julie is passionate about connecting with people hopefully one day leading her own team. She is eager to use her business skills and human resources experience to engage with others and make an impact on their lives and careers.
Tracie Klander currently serves as regional Provider Recruitment Manager of Eastern Washington and Montana for Provider Solutions & Development. She started recruiting physicians for Kadlec Regional Medical Center in Richland WA in 2005 where she recruited primary care, surgeons, and specialists and was soon promoted to manager (still always recruiting). When Kadlec joined Providence in 2014, she made the natural transition to PS&D. She has been a member of AAPPR since 2005, was one of the early members to earn her FASPR in 2011 and then served on the Fellowship Committee. She has a history of volunteering on AAPPR committees over the years, including the revitalization of NWSPR in 2015. This year Tracie plans to step down from her manager role to focus professionally on her passion for recruiting physicians to the community she calls home. In her free time, she plans to spend more weekends with her husband and adult children cheering on grands from the sidelines, cooking big Sunday dinners, and traveling to reconnect in person with friends and extended family post-pandemic.