Summit Community Care Clinic Welcomes New School Based Health Center Program Director

Jan 4, 2024

Summit Community Care Clinic welcomes Josette Medina as the new  program director for the Clinic's seven School Based Health Centers. Josette, who has a bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration from Grand Canyon University, began her career in 2011 as a medical assistant at the Children's Hospital in Denver. Since then, she has served as a marketing and admissions director for several nursing, rehabilitation, and senior living facilities.

"I am looking forward to making a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of students and their families. By working closely with a team of dedicated professionals to ensure our School Based Health Centers function smoothly, we will increase access to health care within the community," Josette said.

After spending most of her adult live in Denver, Josette has recently moved back to her hometown of Leadville to be closer to her dad. Josette lives with her boyfriend and two dogs. She has three children and is co-parenting four stepchildren. When she is not working on her Master of Business Administration degree through Colorado State University, she enjoys hiking, camping, fishing, and spending time with her family.


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