Leadership Team

Dr. Setterberg lg pic 2.jpgStephen Setterberg, MD

President / Child, Adolescent, Adult & Research Psychiatrist

Dr. Setterberg is the founder of PrairieCare and a trained Child, Adolescent, Adult, and Research Psychiatrist. His clinical knowledge and compassion have been invaluable to the development and application of systems and standards of care in use at PrairieCare. Dr. Setterberg’s clinical practice includes both psychotherapy and psychopharmacology, and he continues to direct innovation and improvement in treatments and programs that benefit those with psychiatric disorders.

Joel Oberstar, MD

CEO / Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

Dr. Joel Oberstar is PrairieCare’s CEO and a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist seeing patients in Brooklyn Park. Dr. Oberstar has had a passion for working with and helping children nearly all his life. Originally from Chisholm, Minnesota, he graduated with a BA in English and biology from Hamline University and later a Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Minnesota Medical School. Following three years of general psychiatry training at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital/Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Training Program in Boston, Dr. Oberstar returned to Minnesota to complete two years of fellowship training in child and adolescent psychiatry. Dr. Oberstar’s clinical work primarily consists of providing care to children and adolescents admitted to PrairieCare’s inpatient psychiatric unit in Maple Grove. Dr. Oberstar is Board Certified in Psychiatry, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine and is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Minnesota Medical School.

Todd Archbold Lg.jpgTodd Archbold, LSW, MBA

Chief Operating Officer

Todd is a member of the Leadership Team as the Chief Operating Officer. He has contributed to PrairieCare leadership through the years in many roles including Interim Chief Financial Officer, Chief Development Officer and PrairieCare Medical Group Practice Manager. With a clinical background as a social worker, Todd is driven to lead the organization to help better serve our patients and community. He has been a part of the PrairieCare team since 2006 and has been a vital asset in the development of the continuum of care. He has helped develop numerous sites and programs to meet the needs of the community. Todd also leads PrairieCare’s Community Relations team in ensuring that the community is aware of the services that PrairieCare offers throughout the Twin Cities.

Mandy Dageford Print.jpgMandy Dageford RN-BC, MSN

Chief Nursing Officer

Mandy joined the PrairieCare leadership team in 2013 as the Chief Nursing Officer. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Science in Nursing. Mandy has been in the healthcare field for 30 years and has 17 years of progressively responsible nursing leadership experience. Prior to joining PrairieCare, Mandy managed a variety of psychiatric settings at Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC), including Inpatient Psychiatry Units, the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic and, most recently, HCMC’s Acute Psychiatric Services Department. During her tenure at HCMC Mandy also managed the Hennepin County Jail Medical Clinic where she was instrumental in elevating the standard of healthcare provided to persons coping with mental health crises in a detention environment.

Randy Drager Sm.jpgRandy Drager, CMA

Chief Financial Officer

Randy joins PrairieCare having worked in healthcare for the past 23 years, most recently serving as Chief Financial Officer for Optum Palliative & Hospice Care. Throughout his career he has been passionate about working with/for organizations that ensure the most vulnerable members of our communities have access to the healthcare they need and deserve.

Jane Reilly Lg.jpgJane Reilly, LICSW

Chief Psychotherapy Officer

Jane is the Chief Psychotherapy Officer at PrairieCare Medical Group in Maple Grove, Minnesota. She serves as a faculty member for The Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington, D.C. and is completing her PhD in Psychology & Humanistic Studies at Saybrook University in San Francisco, CA.

John Ryan Lg.jpgJohn Ryan, JD

General Counsel

In his position as General Counsel, John Ryan advises the company on legal matters ranging from healthcare regulatory issues to contracts to patients’ custody issues. John began his career with PrairieCare in 2007 and has been the project lead on PrairieCare’s inpatient hospital expansion projects. He is well equipped to guide PrairieCare through the highly regulated healthcare marketplace. John has presented at the Physician Owned Hospitals of America National Conference on the topic of overcoming regulatory obstacles in building a new hospital.

Read Sulik Lg.jpgL. Read Sulik, MD, FAAP, DFAACAP

Chief Integration Officer, Executive Director, PrairieCare Institute
Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist

Dr. Sulik is a dedicated, compassionate and caring physician and a transformational health care leader committed to the vision, design, development and delivery of the innovations needed to truly improve health for all age individuals, families and communities. As a pediatrician, child and adolescent psychiatrist, and adult psychiatrist, he recognizes the complexities of health and wellness, and how behavioral health needs create significant barriers for individuals to actively engage in their own health care while contributing to poor and costly outcomes in chronic health conditions.

Ryan Williams, MD

Chief Medical Officer / Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

Dr. Williams is a board certified Psychiatrist who joined PrairieCare in 2009. His interests in Pervasive Developmental Disorders and Mental Retardation stem from his work in behavioral analysis at a developmental center prior to entering medical school. Working at PrairieCare has allowed Dr. Williams to continue to work with patients with these conditions as well as provide him the opportunity to treat the full spectrum of mental health issues. The treatment team approach provided at PrairieCare is consistent with his beliefs in the necessity of considering the biological, psychological and social aspects of the child/adolescent and the family in treatment.