DFM Team Growing
New Additions To The Family Medicine TeamRobert | Family Medicine Feb 6, 2020
We have a number of new folks joining the DFM team (in alphabetical order):
David Aylward is a new Assistant Clinical Professor. He is working with Frank deGruy in support of the Salud/Aurora Initiative, and more generally with Don Nease, Shale Wong, and other key faculty on community health, policy, and other areas.
Stella Benami is a new psychologist at the Cohen Center. She has worked in a number of clinical settings and as a clinician for first responders.
Karma Florence is the new NP at the Depression Center, bringing over 20 years of state mental health background from Nevada. She started January 15th.
Jennifer Halfacre is our new CHITA/Practice Facilitator working with the Practice Innovation group. She hails most recently from HealthTeamWorks and started on January 15th.
Lauren Hughes is the new State Policy Director for the Farley Center. She is a practicing family physician and was the deputy secretary for health innovation in Pennsylvania.
Susan Mathieu is joining the Farley Center as the Medicaid Director. She most recently hails from HCPF and has a range of experience consulting on Medicaid and CHIP programs.
Samantha McBride is a new psychologist at the Depression Center. She has worked in community mental health (MHCD and Aurora Mental Health Center) over the last several years.
Sam Muzaffer is the new SPLIT Business Analyst, working with the Practice Innovation program. He has many years of solving business and IT issues.
Ashley Sherrill is a new Senior PRA with Practice Innovation. She will be working across projects, and she has a behavioral health/research background, including a recent stint at the VA back east.
Marilyn Stasinopoulos is a new Senior PRA with clinical trials experience who will be working across projects with the Osers and Bethany Kwan. She is moving over from the Office of Regulatory Compliance.
Henrietta Williams is our new Practice Innovation Specialist. She brings a wide range of health care, development, and operations experience and will assist with communications and daily operations.
Ben Winkler is a new PRA with the Practice Innovation group. He is an Army veteran and has been a clinic manager responsible for QI at a primary care practice serving 800+ soldiers.