Our Regional Health Connectors
Connected systems will lead to healthier lives for all Coloradans.
There is more to learn. Innovative approaches to complex challenges will improve the future of health and health care.
Health is local. Health starts in the neighborhoods where we live, learn, work, and play, and sustainable solutions must honor local diversity.
Coordination leads to better health. Connected, comprehensive care will leverage available resources to keep Coloradans healthy.
Primary care builds trust. the unique relationship between a primary care practice and a patient can uncover opportunities for connections to comprehensive services.
Action must be based on evidence. Local data and experience paired with scientific studies can help us achieve better health outcomes faster.
Health is determined by more than health care alone. Many factors, such as transportation, nutrition, education, influence our health outside of the doctor's office.
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Erika Greenberg MSN, RN
Erika has been a registered nurse for over 20 years and earned both her Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Nursing from the University of Northern Colorado. Erika has worked directly with patients in various settings including trauma/cardiac ICU, bone marrow transplant, and outpatient surgery. She has always had a passion for education and spent many years working as a nurse educator teaching nursing students to become extraordinary professional nurses. Erika is now using her nursing experience to promote health education in our rural communities to both current health focused students and professionals. Erika can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shauna Richardson, Regional Health Connector - Region 5
Shauna Richardson is dedicated to rural healthcare with 29 years of experience within the Medical-Surgical and Administrative setting at KCCHSD. She is often credited for the successful surgery program she built within the organization and has held numerous managerial roles. She restructured the facilities purchasing program, was involved in improving healthcare and health outcomes through community engagement and education, and took part in a restructure of overall facility operations. Richardson is highly certified with: AORN's Surgery Administrator Certificate, CRCST, Advanced Gastroenterology Technician Specialist, and Seton Hall GRaduate in Health and Hospital Law. She is a loyal leader with unwavering commitment to providing quality care and preventive medicine advocacy for rural healthcare.