President and CEO
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Dave Myers has been CEO of Metro Community Provider Network since 1993. Prior to arriving at MCPN, he worked for 10 years at another 330-funded program – Plan de Salud del Valle. During his tenure at MCPN, the organization has grown from a two-clinic operation, with a budget of $900,000, to the program that it is today (26 clinics and a budget of over $40 million). His background includes Program Planning, Program Development, Community Development and Direct Patient Care as a nutritionist. He currently is active in the Primary Care Association serving as its Chair, is in the ICCN in Colorado, sitting on the Board of Directors, and sits on numerous state and federal task forces and workgroups. Additionally, Dave is also on the Board of Directors of Colorado Access and Behavioral Health Inc., and sits on a State Advisory Group working with the State Medicaid Office to develop new and innovative programs for the Medicaid program. He earned a B.A., Journalism from Kent State University and is a Masters Candidate, Nutrition, from Colorado State University.
Vice President of Commuity Services
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Pamela Craig, Vice President of Community Services, has been with MCPN since 1993. She is responsible for care coordination and patient navigation, as well as health education programs related to MCPN’s Patient Enabling and Homeless Services. Pamela has over 35 years of experience developing and implementing community-based human services and programs with over 20 years of experience working with community service related programs and development. She established the Aurora Teen Pregnancy Prevention Project, directed the HRSA-funded Healthy Start Project (for 17 years) and multiple maternal child health and special population programs. Pamela has a B.S. in Communications from the University of Colorado.
Vice President of Fund Development
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John Reid is the Vice President of Fund Development and has been with MCPN since 2004. He provides oversight on all grants, reporting and fund-raising opportunities. John has more than 20 years of fund-raising and development experience with non-profit organizations. He has an extensive background with youth organizations and community-based projects. John earned his B.A., Economics, from the University of California, and has begun coursework for an M.A., Public Affairs, from the University of Colorado.
Vice President of Finance
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Bob Cunningham has been with MCPN since 2010 and has been the Vice President of Finance since 2012. He provides fiscal oversight of MCPN and has over 30 years of experience in diverse financial management areas in various industries and public accounting. Bob has proven versatility in diverse financial management areas and a passion for Process Improvement that he’s utilized in various industries. He has expertise in Forecasting, Analysis, Planning, Budgeting, Treasury Management, Public Accounting and Operational Accounting. Bob has a M.B.A. from the University of Denver.
Vice President of Clinical Affairs
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Dr. Christine McLemore, DO, has been with MCPN since 2012 and was promoted to the VP of Clinical Affairs in 2016. She is a Board Certified Family Physician with extensive experience working in a primary care setting. Dr. McLemore has committed her education/training and career to community health centers and service to the underserved. She holds a deep personal belief that ALL people have the right to high-quality, affordable health care and is pledged to forming/creating health systems that meet the needs of patients while at the same time providing a sustainable working environment for health care professionals. Dr. McLemore earned her D.O. from Western University of Health Sciences and serves on numerous Committees/Partnerships.
Vice President of Operations
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Michael Nugent, Vice President of Operations since September, 2014, is responsible for developing clinical quality standards and quality improvement initiatives. He has experience in public service delivery, first as a paramedic, then as an EMS Chief, as well as an executive leader at the state level. Michael is a seasoned public health executive with over 15 years of experience guiding organizations and their people during times of crisis, turnaround management and cultural transformation. He possesses a deep understanding of the myriad of challenges and opportunities facing today’s public health leaders and their organizations. Michael is a recognized expert in applying ‘fresh thinking’ to longstanding problems and areas of conflict; employing team-based problem-solving; building sustainable frameworks for improved department performance; and enhancing employee satisfaction. He is a graduate of Regis University, M.S., Management, and the Kennedy School of Government, National Preparedness Leadership Initiative from Harvard University and is a Black Belt, Lean/Six Sigma. Michael has served as a Fellow for the National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems and as a Senior Advisor to (Colorado) Governor Hickenlooper’s Office of State Planning and Budgeting in the areas of Lean deployment and innovation.