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Western Healthcare Alliance Board

Western Healthcare Alliance (WHA) is governed by an eleven-member Board of Directors. These Directors provide leadership and guidance to WHA staff.

Jennifer Sadoff, Chief Executive Officer, Moab Regional Hospital – Board Chair Meet Jennifer
Rhonda Webb, MD, Chief Executive Officer/Chief Medical Officer, Pagosa Springs Medical Center – Vice Chair Meet Rhonda
Robert Morasko, Chief Executive Officer, Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center – Secretary/Treasurer Meet Robert
Will Cook, President & Chief Executive Officer,
Vail Health Meet Will
John Hart, Chief Executive Officer, Wray Community District Hospital Meet John
Korrey Klein, MD, President & Chief Executive Officer, Family Health West Meet Korrey
Konnie Martin, Chief Executive Officer
, San Luis Valley Health Meet Konnie
Jeff Mengenhausen, Chief Executive Officer,
Montrose Regional Health Meet Jeff
Joe Theine, Chief Executive Officer, Southwest Health System Meet Joe
Chris Thomas, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Community Hospital Meet Chris
Kyle Wren, Chief Executive Officer, Rangely District Hospital Meet Kyle
Jennifer Riley, Chief Executive Officer, Memorial Regional Health – Alternate Meet Jennifer

Healthcare Management (HCM) Board of Managers

Ginette Sebenaler, Chief Financial Officer, Aspen Valley Hospital – Board Chair Meet Ginette
Dr. Brian Murphy, Chief Executive Officer, Valley View Hospital – Vice Chair Meet Brian
John Hart, Chief Executive Officer, Wray Community District Hospital Meet John
Korrey Klein, MD, President & Chief Executive Officer, Family Health West Meet Korrey
Jeff Mengenhausen, Chief Executive Officer, Montrose Regional Health Meet Jeff
Robert Morasko, Chief Executive Officer, Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center Meet Robert
Chris Thomas, President and Chief Executive Officer, Community Hospital Meet Chris
Zach Wojcieszek, Chief Financial Officer, Moab Regional Hospital Meet Zach
Kyle Wren, Chief Executive Officer, Rangely District Hospital Meet Kyle
James Dillon, CFO, Rangely District Hospital – Alternate Meet James

Chris Thomas
President and Chief Executive Officer, Community Hospital

Chris Thomas, FACHE was named president and CEO of Colorado West Healthcare System dba Community Hospital in 2008. Prior to joining Community Hospital, Chris was the executive director and chief administrative officer of ILS Resource Management. He has worked as a healthcare executive for over 30 years and holds a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA. He is a Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Chris has been married for more than 31 years and he and his wife have three daughters and a son. They joke that they have a child who graduated in the class of 2013 and one who will graduate in the class of 2031. In his spare time, he and his family enjoy traveling. Most trips are centered on triathlons in different and exciting locations. Competing with his daughters in different locations from Mallorca, Spain to Costa Rica with a couple of finishes at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. In total, he and his daughters have completed over 30 Ironman and Ironman 70.3s.

While at Community Hospital, Chris has helped move the organization out of extreme OIG sanctions to a strong and active part of the western Colorado healthcare community. Revenue has grown 5-fold during his tenure and Community Hospital has grown from 400 employees to almost 1,200, now the 3rd largest employer in the Grand Valley. In addition, Community Hospital opened a brand new four-story, 142,000 square foot, state-of-the-art hospital in March 2016 and ground breaking for a new 130,000 sq/ft. Grand Valley Oncology and Medical Office building should begin this summer. Under Chris’s leadership, Community Hospital was chosen as the Grand Junction Chamber Business of the Year in 2015 and Daily Sentinel readers selected Community Hospital as the “Best of the West” for medical facilities for four consecutive years from 2016-2019 and the have received the prestigious 5-Star recognition from CMS for two consecutive years.

Rhonda Webb, MD
Chief Executive Officer / Chief Medical Officer, Pagosa Springs Medical Center

Before moving to Pagosa Springs, Dr. Webb worked as the Medical Director of Patient Safety and Quality for the Willis-Knighton Health System. In her previous leadership role, she focused on improvements to the quality of patient care and as a key liaison between administrators and physicians. Dr. Webb served as PSMC, CMO prior to becoming the CEO. Her focus and commitment are to provide quality, compassionate care for all community members, surrounding communities, and those who visit our majestic area.

Dr. Brian Murphy
Chief Executive Officer, Valley View Hospital

Prior to becoming CEO of Valley View, I served patients and our community for over 18 years as a board-certified urologist. During this time I held a number of leadership positions at Valley View including Chief of Staff, Chief Medical Officer and for six years I was a Trustee on the Board of Trustees. Having raised my own two daughters in the Roaring Fork Valley, I understand the unique challenges of our region and appreciate the advanced services Valley View has committed to providing for our community. My work with fellow healthcare providers, staff and administration has afforded me a unique lens with which to view healthcare, and I am appreciative of our hardworking staff providing world-class care for our patients each and every day.

Ginette Sebenaler
Chief Financial Officer, Aspen Valley Hospital

Ginette was promoted to Chief Financial Officer in August of 2017, formerly serving as Associate CFO since April of 2015. She had been Aspen Valley Hospital’s controller since 2004 and is very knowledgeable about all aspects of the finance department. Prior to coming to AVH, Ginette worked for two multinational corporations in the accounting field for seven years. She had also been the CFO for two privately held companies in the valley. She holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting, is a Certified Public Accountant, and is also certified by the Healthcare Financial Management Association as a Certified Healthcare Financial Professional. As CFO, she oversees the functions of the finance department, admissions/registration, billing, engineering, environmental services, medical records and the assisted living facility.

Jennifer Sadoff
Chief Executive Officer, Moab Regional Hospital

Jen Sadoff grew up on the front range of Colorado and graduated from Colorado State University with a BFA in art and art education. She joined Moab Regional Hospital in 2012 and has served as the CEO since 2015. She serves on the boards of the Utah Health Information Network, Western Healthcare Alliance, and the Youth Garden Project. In her spare time, she enjoys walking in the desert with her dogs, tending her garden, traveling and skiing with her daughter, cultivating joy and laughter, and trying to read her chickens’ minds.

James Dillon
Chief Financial Officer, Rangely District Hospital

James ‘Jimmy’ Dillon is the CFO of Rangely Hospital District. He has Bachelor’s degrees in economics and accounting, and was promoted to CFO in July of 2021. He has been with the hospital since 2011, when he started as a companion in the assisted living facility, and has also worked in nursing, IT, compliance, and project management. His wife, Vivian, is a Nurse Practitioner with the hospital’s Rural Health Clinic, and they have three children together – Emma, Kassia, and James IV. Jimmy also sits on the boards of the Rangely Junior College District and Giant Step Preschool and Childcare center.

Nico Brown, PT, MPT, FACHE
Senior Vice President, HHSM, Vail Health

Nico serves on the Executive Leadership Team of the Vail Health and leads both Howard Head Sports Medicine and the Vail Health Total Joint service line. Howard Head Sports Medicine is a premier therapy group that partners with some of the countries most celebrated orthopedic surgeons and is the Official Medical Provider for the US Ski Team and USA Climbing. Howard Head serves Eagle, Summit, and the surrounding counties, as well as visitors and athletes from around the world who trust Vail as a center of orthopedic excellence. He is also the founder of the SafeFit® Wellness Program, which has provided innovative solutions for keeping ski resort’s active workforces healthy in Colorado, Utah, and California. He holds an undergraduate degree from Emory University, a master’s degree in physical therapy from Georgia State University, and is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Eagle County Total Health Alliance, and American College of Healthcare Executives and also serves on boards for both the Colorado Association of Healthcare Executives and the Western Healthcare Alliance.

Jim Coombs
Chief Executive Officer, Grand River Health

Grand River Health has 6 locations in Western Colorado and employs over 550 people. As Grand River’s CEO, Jim’s emphasis has been on creating a culture of unsurpassed quality within the organization. Prior to becoming the CEO, Jim served as Grand River’s Chief Financial Officer from 2006-2011. He received his master’s in accountancy from BYU and worked in public accounting and retail, but then found his calling of being a part of helping people in health care. Before arriving at Grand River, Jim worked for Exempla Healthcare in Denver and Presbyterian Healthcare Services in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Jim is an active member of the Colorado Hospital Association, the Western Healthcare Alliance. He lives in Rifle, Colorado with his wife Kris, and his six children.

Robert Morasko
Chief Executive Officer, Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center

Robert “Bob” Morasko joined HRRMC as CEO in 2013. He has 20 years’ experience as a chief executive officer and five years’ experience as a chief financial officer in health care. He and his wife, Susan, relocated to Salida from Gillette, Wyo., where he was CEO of Campbell County Memorial Hospital, a community health-care system with a 90-bed acute care hospital and 150-bed long term care facility. Prior to his position in Wyoming, Bob served for nine years as CEO of William Bee Ririe Hospital in Ely, Nev. From 1992 to 1998, he was CEO of Shoshone Medical Center in Kellogg, Id., as well as a rural hospital consultant. A certified public accountant, Bob began his career in healthcare as chief financial officer for Community Memorial Hospital in Sidney, Mont. He is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and holds a Master of Business Administration from City University in Bellevue, Wash. Bob is very happy to be working in the beautiful Upper Arkansas Valley in a community that offers so much in terms of lifestyle and recreation.

Dan Prinster
VP of Business Development, St. Mary’s Medical Center

Dan graduated from Grand Junction High School in 1980 and went on to receive a Bachelor of Science from Notre Dame and a Master of Science in Economic Geography from the London School of Economics. At the age of 26 he was elected to the Colorado House of Representative where he served 8 years. After his last term in office he accepted a position at St. Mary’s and was later promoted to Vice President. In this role he has been responsible for the growth and expansion of the St. Mary’s campus. He has initiated or coordinated over $500 million dollars in capital investments and campus improvements over his 20-year tenure with St. Mary’s. In addition to his work at St. Mary’s he has served on the boards of numerous organizations including the Colorado State Racing Commission, the Colorado School of Public Health Advisory Committee, the Western Slope Center for Children Board, the Marillac Clinic Board, and the District 51 Foundation Board. Dan’s wife, Elise, is a middle school English teacher at the Fruita 8/9 school. They have three children, Margo, Matt and Marygrace. Dan and his family enjoy spending time together hiking, snow skiing, biking, and camping.

David Ressler
Chief Executive Officer, Aspen Valley Hospital

Dave has 35 years of healthcare experience with 25 of those years as a hospital administrator (12 at Aspen Valley Hospital). Dave was AVH’s CEO from 2004-2013, returning to the position in the fall of 2016. In 2013, Dave moved to Tucson, Arizona, where he was Chief Strategy Officer and Chief Operating Officer at Tucson Medical Center, a 600-bed tertiary hospital. Then, prior to returning to AVH, he was the Executive Director of a newly formed management company, the Community Care Alliance (CCA) that formed two Accountable Care Organizations serving seniors in 14 rural communities in western Colorado and Washington State. During his tenure with the CCA, Dave worked with dozens of rural hospitals in Colorado, California and Washington, gaining an abundance of knowledge about accountable care and a passion for being part of the healthcare industry’s transformation.

Anthony Sudduth
Chief Executive Officer, Southwest Health System

Anthony Sudduth has more than 30 years’ experience in healthcare finance including 27 years as a CEO, COO, and CFO for both not-for-profit and for-profit facilities. Through his leadership, organizations have been able to reduce costs, improve revenue and achieve growth targets. He holds a bachelor’s in accounting from the University of Kentucky and has his master’s in business administration from Eastern Kentucky University. Tony is originally from Lexington, Kentucky and appreciates our close-knit community. He is enjoying all the beauty and outdoor activities of Southwest Colorado with his wife Pam of 21 years.

Charlie Crevling
Chief Financial Officer, Valley View Hospital

Charlie has 34 years of healthcare experience with 11 of those years on the western slope. He has been the CFO for Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs Colorado for the last 4 years and also spent 7 years with Vail Valley Medical Center (Now Vail Health) as their CFO. Prior experience includes the University of Colorado as the Director of Managed Care and Strategic Development, Denver Health Medical Plan as their Executive Director , and roles with Exempla Healthcare (Now SCL), Seattle Children’s and Virginia Mason.

Janet Petty
Chief Financial Officer / Revenue Cycle Director, St. Vincent General Hospital District

Janet Petty is currently a master’s candidate in healthcare administration at Columbia Southern University, although she began her career in healthcare and hospital revenue cycle work more than three decades ago. Janet joined St. Vincent Hospital in 2018 and put her considerable experience and leadership to work at a time of great change and growth for the organization. In a few short years she has created and mentored a team who have established internal processes that consistently meet efficiency goals, improve financial outcomes and enhance the patient experience. Janet explains that her affinity to healthcare came about organically. “My mom worked in admissions and the business office and my uncle was a hospital administrator. That led me to be a candy striper in high school,” says Janet. “I was fascinated with the nursing profession and how a nurse was the basecamp for all the things happening to a patient at any given time.” As it happened, nursing didn’t end up being a step of her career path, but her big-picture thinking led her to the financial and operational aspects of healthcare. As CFO, Janet helps patients in an entirely different but equally important way. “A patient and their family are usually scared of the unknown and overwhelmed in dealing with their physical, financial and emotional health,” says Janet. “Often their actions are not personal; they are a reaction to fear. Knowing this, I always try to be the light in someone’s day.” Janet loves the small-town energy in Leadville and the opportunity to connect on the civic level. In her off time, you might find Janet upcycling her thrift store finds into crafts and artwork in the company of her dogs and cats. She and her husband are empty nesters who are always ready to share pictures and tales of the antics of their five small grandchildren.

Karen Winkelmann
Chief Executive Officer, Telluride Regional Medical Center

Karen earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Management from the University of Houston and holds a Master of Healthcare Administration from C.S.U. Global. She is a founding member and past president of the Western Slope Medical Managers Association and actively participates in several healthcare associations. Since 2006, Winkelmann has served as CEO at Colorado West Ophthalmology Associates in Montrose. Previous to that she served as CEO for two nursing home organizations in Glenwood Springs and Montrose.

Joe Theine
Chief Executive Officer, Southwest Health System

Joe Theine, MBA, joined Southwest Health System as CEO in 2023 but has been an active leader of the healthcare community for more than a dozen years. Prior to joining Animas Surgical Hospital, Joe served as CEO of Animas Surgical Hospital for 4 years. He worked as practice administrator of Four Corners Eye Clinic for six years, and also served as the Executive Director of the Durango Network from 2016-2018. Prior to joining Four Corners Eye Clinic, he was the Executive Director for San Juan Basin Public Health Department from 2011-2013. Joe grew up in the Pacific Northwest and has been proud to call southwest Colorado home for nearly 20 years.

John Hart
Chief Executive Officer, Wray Community District Hospital

When John was twelve, him and his brother did inventory for a retail store in Vallejo, California and since worked as a busboy, general laborer, assistant manager of a sailing marina, repaired crab boats in Chesapeake Bay and tossed 500 Washington Post newspapers! Later, opened four branch offices for a savings and loan in Maryland, part owner of a real estate firm, 15 years as administrator of psychiatric hospitals, 19 years in rural med-surge hospitals, and currently CEO of Wray Community District Hospital. It is an honor to be involved in the healthcare industry. It is a day-after-day challenge to meet the most pressing needs of our communities!

Mark VanderVeer
Chief Financial Officer, Gunnison Valley Health

Mark joined GVH in August 2019 and has 29 years of Accounting and Finance experience. Most recently he served as Controller, Director of Accounting and Interim CFO at Cody Regional Health for the past four years. Prior to that he spent nine years with Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics in various finance leadership roles. Mark started his career as a CP working for Coopers & Lybrand. He earned his BBA in Public Accounting from Pace University in 1990.

Zach Wojcieszek
Chief Financial Officer, Moab Regional Hospital

Zach Wojcieszek joined Moab Regional Hospital in December 2014 as the Business Office Coordinator. Subsequently, he served as Manager of Registration and Admissions beginning in June 2017 and then as Director of Accounting beginning in September 2017. Zach was the Revenue Cycle Director from November 2018 to February 2021. In February 2021, he became the Chief Financial Officer of the Hospital. Zach has a Bachelor of Science in Hotel Administration from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a master’s degree in Healthcare Administration with an accounting specialization from Colorado State University – Global Campus.

Konnie Martin
Chief Executive Officer, San Luis Valley Health

As a rural health care leader, Konnie Martin holds an important belief, “the possibilities for making a difference are endless.” In her current role as Chief Executive Officer for San Luis Valley Health (SLVH) since June 2013, Konnie has been responsible for the overall vision and operation of the organization, which includes two hospitals, both with 24/7 emergency departments—one with Level III Trauma designation, a physician service practice that provides integrated primary and behavioral health care at five clinics, and specialty services including orthopedics, oncology, cardiology, neurology, ENT, general surgery, physiatry, and podiatry. Through her years in executive health care leadership in not-for-profit health care systems, Konnie has helped to ensure that residents in this rural, low-income southern region of Colorado have access to mission-based services across the continuum.

Konnie is an active participant at the local, state and national level on health care issues and an advocate for rural health care systems. In 2016, she earned the prestigious Grassroots Champion Award, being honored for her work in effectively delivering the hospital message to elected officials, helping to broaden the base of community support for hospitals, and advocating tirelessly on behalf of patients, hospitals and communities. In May of 2018, Konnie served as a witness at the Senate finance committee hearing in Washington, D.C. testifying on “Rural Health Care in America: Challenges and Opportunities” with a plea to provide a level playing field ensuring access to necessary health care services so that children, adults, and families are able to live healthy and productive lives by getting the right care, at the right time, in the right place. From her testimony, Martin’s remarks were encapsulated in media outlets with this comment, “Rural communities pride themselves on hard work and taking care of their own. However, federal payment systems and delivery models must…be updated to meet the realities and challenges of how health care is delivered today and in the future….in a country as great as ours, where you live should not determine if you live.” Respected among statewide peers, Konnie was selected to serve on the Colorado Hospital Association Board as the secretary/treasurer in 2018, and Chair of the CHA Board 2020. Konnie’s rural leadership and expertise will be utilized in her advisory role as a member of the American Hospital Association’s Rural Health Services Council, for three years, 2021-2023.

Ms. Martin holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Computer Science and Business from the University of Arkansas at Monticello. She completed the Advanced Leadership Training Program (ALTP) at the Regional Institute for Health and Environmental Leadership (RIHEL), the CDC-founded regional leadership institute for Colorado; the UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Executive Program (HCEP); and the AHA Health Care System Transformation Fellowship. Her classroom includes the lessons she learns every day from her staff, community, and family.

Will Cook
President & Chief Executive Officer, Vail Health

Will Cook is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Vail Health, a nonprofit community health care system with 12 locations across Eagle and Summit counties. With a 56-bed hospital, level III trauma center, urgent care clinics, cancer center, cardiovascular services, surgery, childbirth, physical therapy, internal medicine, endocrinology and more, Vail Health is the world’s most modern mountain health care system.

Previously, Mr. Cook served as the president and chief executive officer of University of Colorado Hospital (UCH), the only academic medical center in Colorado. Mr. Cook joined University of Colorado Hospital in September 2015 and was responsible for advancing patient care, innovation and research at UCH and was responsible for the Metro-Denver region.

Prior to UCH, Mr. Cook worked at UPMC (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center), an academic medical center with 21 hospitals, 3,400 employed physicians and more than 60,000 employees. He served as senior vice president of UPMC’s Health Services Division, chief operating officer of Physician Services, and president of UPMC Mercy. While at UPMC, Mr. Cook held several leadership roles, including vice president of operations at Magee Women’s Hospital of UPMC, as well as vice president of transplant and ambulatory care at UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside.

The early part of Mr. Cook’s career was spent with Johns Hopkins Health System, where he held several positions, including director of operations at Johns Hopkins International Medical Center in Singapore.

Mr. Cook received a Master’s degree in Health Administration from Washington University School of Medicine and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Texas A&M University. He also completed a two-year fellowship in Health Care Administration at Johns Hopkins Health System. He is a skilled leader at building partnerships, including with physicians and staff at all levels. He also has a broad base of operational health care experience in outpatient and inpatient services.

Mr. Cook enjoys spending time outdoors and exploring the Colorado landscape with his wife, Sarah, and two daughters, Sadie and Sofia.

Jeff Mengenhausen
Chief Executive Officer, Montrose Regional Health

Jeff joined Montrose Regional Health as the Chief Executive Officer on August 30, 2021. Jeff was chosen for his executive healthcare experience, ability to create service line and hospital growth, and visionary and coaching leadership. A former Navy SEAL, Jeff has more than 15 years of successful experience leading a diverse array of operations with an unrelenting focus on quality and service. Prior to joining MRH, Jeff was the CEO of Madalia Health – which was named a Top 20 Critical Care Hospital in Patient Experience in 2020 & 2021, awarded by the National Rural Health Association. Prior to his work at Madalia Health, he served as Sr. Executive Director for Monument Health Hospital, Rapid City, South Dakota, a 417-bed level II trauma center, a role he advanced to after being CEO for Monument Health, Sundance, Wyoming, for one year. Mengenhausen earned both his Master of Business Administration/Business Operations (MBA) and BA in Business Administration/Management from American Intercontinental University. He is certified in LEAN Six Sigma by Villanova University.

Kyle Wren
Chief Executive Officer, Rangely District Hospital

Kyle Wren, CEO of Rangely District Hospital has been with the Hospital since 2010. Kyle started with RDH as the lab director in 2010, then became COO before being promoted to CEO in January of 2020. Kyle has a Minor in Spanish, Bachelor’s degree in Laboratory Science, Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from Weber State University. Rangely District Hospital is a 25 bed Critical Access Hospital with a Clinic, Pharmacy, Extended Care Unit, Ambulance Department, Assisted Living and more. Kyle moved to Rangely with his wife, J’lyn, a Rangely native. He has three kids, Kevin (16), Miah (14) and Taya (13). The family enjoys spending time together riding OHV, hunting, fishing, and playing board games. In Kyle’s spare time he runs with the Rangely Ambulance as an EMT and volunteer Fire Fighter with Rangely Fire Department. Kyle’s mission is to bring patient centered healthcare to the rural community he loves and serves.

Korrey Klein, MD
President & Chief Executive Officer, Family Health West

Korrey Klein, MD is a Colorado native that has spent the majority of his life in rural healthcare. He has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He graduated from the University of Colorado School of Medicine and completed his Family Medicine residency at St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado. Following residency, he practiced broad-spectrum family medicine in a Critical Access Hospital in Rifle, Colorado. Four years later, he relocated his practice to Fruita, Colorado. In 2015, he became the President of the Mesa County Independent Physicians Association, representing over 200 physicians across a wide range of specialties. In August 2018, he became the Vice President of Medical Services & Chief Medical Officer of Colorado Canyons Hospital and Medical Center in Fruita, a Critical Access Hospital which provides access to care for many rural Western Colorado and Eastern Utah residents. On August 14, 2019, Dr. Klein became the 4th President & CEO of Family Health West, overseeing an organization encompassing over 600 employees that deliver a range of healthcare, including assisted living, secure assisted living, critical access hospital, primary care, and multiple outpatient specialty practices. Dr. Klein loves to spend time with his wife and two sons. They love to travel and enjoy the outdoors. Dr. Klein enjoys working in his garden and playing the piano, including writing a few of his own songs.

Jennifer Riley
Chief Executive Officer, Memorial Regional Health

In September 2010, Jennifer joined the Memorial Hospital, now Memorial Regional Health, as a member of the Executive team. She was named the Interim Chief Executive Officer in October 2021 and accepted the permanent position in March of 2022. Additionally, she oversees all marketing and communication, physician recruitment, and patient engagement. Jennifer also has direct oversight of Information Technology, Facilities, Dietary and Nutrition Services, Medical Staff Credentialing, Provider Practice Operations, and Environmental Services.

Memorial Regional Health is an independent, county-owned hospital with four associated multi-specialty outpatient clinics, three of which are Rural Health Clinics. Jennifer’s focus is recruiting and retaining a strong workforce and navigating the ever-changing healthcare landscape to ensure long-term financial sustainability.

Jennifer graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Wyoming. She received a Master of Health Administration from Ohio University. She is married to retired art teacher Steve Martinson, and they have an adult daughter, Caroline. In November 2021, their first grandson, Jameson, was born, and he has become the center of their world.