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Board of Directors & Executive Team




President, Board of Directors

Dr. Fausett is a Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist with years of military medical leadership experience.


He attended undergraduate school at Brigham Young University and medical school at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. His OB/GYN residence training was at Wilford Hall Medical Center and Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center.


On Active Duty he served as Department Chairman at several military hospitals, and chaired several DoD committees as the Consultant to the AF Surgeon General. He established the obstetric quality forum that now serves as the model for quality improvement collaboratives throughout the DoD. He led the development/publication of the DoD/VA Pregnancy Guidelines. He authored/co-authored numerous DoD training aids for patients and providers including the website, the mobile App My Pregnancy A to Z Journal, and Your Pregnancy and You Guidebook. The latter has been used by over two million pregnant women in the DoD. He has published multiple peer reviewed articles in scientific journals. Col Fausett retired from active duty service in 2014.


Dr. Fausett is the CEO / Medical Director and Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist at Origin Health Maternal Fetal Care in Missoula (with locations in Kalispell, Butte, Helena, and Great Falls, too). He also serves as the Chair of the Dept of Women’s and Children’s Services and the Perinatal Executive Committee at Community Medical Center, in Missoula.



Executive Director

Stephen Loosli has a passion for medical and health research, especially as it impacts rural communities, both in the United States and worldwide.

He holds a master’s degree from SOAS University of London in Managing Rural Development, where a sizable component of his training was in rural health deficits and the devastating moral, social, and economic impacts of illness and disease. His strongest skill is in problem solving - he firmly believes that smart, capable people can always find a solution. He particularly excels at managing people, explaining complex topics in easy-to-understand ways, and in managing resources, especially human and capital.


Over the past three years, he has managed clinical research organizations, and is currently the executive director of Boeson Research a privately owned, multi-specialty clinical research company. Boeson conducts Phase II-IV clinical and observational trials for drugs, devices, and procedural amendments in Missoula, Montana.


Presently, he serves as the interim executive director of the Rocky Mountain Perinatal Institute, which aims to significantly improve the health outcomes in non-urban perinatal care.



Member, Board of Directors

Dr. Esplin is a Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist. He attended undergraduate school at Brigham Young University and medical school, OB/GYN Residency and Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center. Dr. Esplin’s clinical practice is based at the Intermountain Medical Center and the University of Utah. Dr. Esplin is a prolific scientist with over 50 peer reviewed publications in scientific journals. He focuses on complications of pregnancy, particularly preterm birth. He leads the perinatal quality efforts in the Intermountain Health Care system.


He is a co-founder of SERA Prognostics. SERA provides laboratory testing that identifies and predicts risk of pregnancy complications including preterm birth. He has been a speaker at many national and international meetings.

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