Freeman, Harold

Warner Pacific Adjunct Professor Harold FreemanAdjunct Professor of Healthcare Administration
Phone 503.803.3361


  • Masters of Science in Management and Organizational Leadership – Warner Pacific College, Portland Oregon
  • Bachelors of Science in Business Administration – University of Phoenix Oregon Campus
  • Certificate in Lean Healthcare – Washington State University, Pullman Washington


Harold H. Freeman M.S. works for Providence Health & Services as the Regional Field Operations Manager for Laboratory Services across Oregon and is a long time healthcare executive, business owner, and transformational leader and adjunct professor with more than 20 years of industry experience. His passions for healthcare, honest servant leadership, non-profit management, project execution, empowerment, quality improvement, and cost control have been his driving force throughout his career. Harold has a proven track record of success in project management with countless successful projects to his name. He has saved healthcare organizations millions while simultaneously improving quality and staying true to his mission and core values along the way. Harold has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and master’s degree in management and organizational leadership.

Professional Affiliations

  • ACHE-American College of Healthcare Executives: Member 2013-2016
  • Fourth Plain Church of the Nazarene: Finance Committee Member, 2012-2016
  • Harris Research
  • Freeman’s Chem-Dry Franchise Owner 2016


  • Servant Leaders are Linemen not Quarterbacks-February 2016
  • 6 Things You Can Do Right Now to become a Better Leader-April 2015
  • 5 Basic Reasons to Control Inventory-April 2015
  • They Hate Us Cause They Ain’t Us-April 2015
  • History of Managed Care Timeline-March-2015
  • Top 10 Leadership Quotes-March 2015
  • Top Line is the New Bottom Line-March 2015
  • Why Good Leaders Fail to Execute-February 2015
  • Truth in Leadership-February 2015

Master’s Thesis

  • The impact of Employee Engagement and Satisfaction on an Bottom Line Organizations Overall Success