Minnesota Community Care, the state’s largest federally qualified health center, announced the appointment of two new directors to its senior leadership team, each with deep experience working and advocating for the health and well-being of communities disproportionately impacted by social, structural, and political determinants of health.
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Cindy Nelson Kaigama joins Minnesota Community Care as Director of Innovation and Learning (Photo: Business Wire)
“Our leadership team is stronger for the addition of these key leaders,” says Reuben Moore, CEO of Minnesota Community Care. “Cindy Kaigama and Rubén Vázquez each bring critical experience and expertise to our work of strengthening the well-being of our communities through health care for all.”
Cindy Nelson Kaigama will serve as Director of Innovation and Learning, and Rubén Vázquez Ruiz as Director of Equity and Inclusion.
Kaigama is a champion of health and education equity with
Transparent Health Marketplace, Inc. (THM), a transformative healthcare technology company, today announced the appointment of Kim Tzoumakas to its board of directors.
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Healthcare Leader Kim Tzoumakas Appointed To Transparent Health Marketplace Board of Directors (Photo: Business Wire)
“We are pleased to welcome Kim to our board,” said Jim Mayhall, president of Transparent Health Marketplace. “As a recognized leader and innovator, Kim brings a unique perspective and keen operational focus which will continue to position THM for ongoing success as our business grows. I look forward to her strategic guidance as we transform the workers’ compensation and commercial health insurance markets.”
Ms. Tzoumakas is a seasoned healthcare executive and board member, with over 20 years of leadership expertise. Most recently serving as a board member and CEO of 21st Century Oncology, she worked closely with the equity owners and bond
Former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Regina Benjamin is Newest Member to Join Board of Innovative Primary Care Company
Oak Street Health (NYSE: OSH), a network of value-based, primary care centers for adults on Medicare, is proud to announce the addition of three healthcare veterans to the company’s Board of Directors. Ahead of the company’s initial public offering in August, Cheryl L. Dorsey, President of Echoing Green, and Julie Klapstein, experienced board member and founding CEO of Availity, joined Oak Street Health’s Board of Directors. Now, the company is proud to welcome former United States Surgeon General and BayouClinic founder Dr. Regina Benjamin as its newest board member. Benjamin’s appointment is active immediately and she will serve in the role for a three-year term.
“Dr. Benjamin’s passion for preventive primary care and her commitment to serving the chronically ill in underserved communities aligns with our mission to rebuild healthcare as it
AMN Healthcare (NYSE:AMN) announces the appointment to its Board of Directors of Rear Admiral Sylvia Trent-Adams, PhD, RN, FAAN, a distinguished leader in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps who has served as Deputy Surgeon General and Acting Surgeon General of the United States.
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Rear Admiral Sylvia Trent-Adams (Photo: Business Wire)
In leadership roles in the US Department of Health & Human Services, including as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health prior to her recent retirement, Rear Admiral Trent-Adams’ decades of service have included directing and coordinating major federal health programs and developing policy and legislative priorities for our nation’s public health.
She entered the Public Health Service Commissioned Corps in 1992 and served in many capacities, including as deputy associate administrator for the HIV/AIDS Bureau, where she assisted in managing the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, a landmark