Aurora, CO (PRWEB) September 17, 2012
Colorado Rural Health Center (CRHC), Colorado’s State Office of Rural Health, is pleased to announce the hiring of two department directors to the organization. Melissa Bosworth was named Director of Workforce Programs while Jennifer Dunn, former CRHC Manager of the Critical Access Hospital Program, was named Director of Programs.
Ms. Bosworth’s background includes 10 years in administration of long-term care services for people with developmental disabilities, policy and advocacy for vulnerable populations, and safety net dental treatment services. As Director of Workforce Programs, she is responsible for addressing the healthcare provider needs of rural Colorado through management of CRHC’s Colorado Provider Recruitment program. She is a Colorado native who earned her Bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University in Music Therapy and is currently working on her graduate degree in Health Services Administration at Regis University.
Jennifer Dunn previously worked for CRHC as the Critical Access Hospital Program Manager for three years and was recently promoted to Director of Programs. She is responsible for the oversight of CRHC’s hospitals, clinics, and EMS/emergency preparedness programs. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver.
“We are absolutely thrilled to bring these two individuals and their experience to the management team here at CRHC,” says Michelle Mills, CEO. “Melissa’s experience in provider recruitment will only strengthen the Colorado Provider Recruitment program as it continues statewide success in the future. Jennifer's devotion and commitment to assisting our state’s critical access hospitals is a testament of her commitment to rural communities and their healthcare systems.”