Dr. Cecile Fraley is a board certified pediatrician and CEO of Pediatric Partners of the Southwest in Durango. She received her undergraduate degree from Stanford University and her medical degree from Case Western Reserve University. She completed her residency at Primary Children's Hospital, University of Utah. Dr. Fraley also provides medical services to adolescents as the Medical Director of the Robert E. Denier Youth Detention Center. Dr. Fraley enjoys all ages and aspects of primary care and brings a holistic approach to pediatric and young adult care.
Dr. Fraley is interested in regional health care. She has served on the Durango Network, Community Care Team, and Centura Mercy Regional Medical Center Boards. Dr. Fraley also serves on the Western Slope Provider Advisory Committee for the alignment of Rocky Mountain Health Plan (RMHP) and United Healthcare (UHC) as well as an American Academy of Pediatrics Colorado Board member. Dr. Fraley and her husband are delighted to live in Durango and ski, bike, and backpack, occasionally with their high-school-aged twins.
Simon Hambidge, MD, PhD, is Chief Ambulatory Officer at Denver Health and the Chief Executive Officer of Denver Community Health Services (DCHS). A pediatrician by training, Dr. Hambidge was previously the Director of General Pediatrics for Community Health Services for 8 years. He is a Professor of Pediatrics at the University School of Medicine, and has practiced at Denver Health since 1997.
As DCHS CEO, Dr. Hambidge oversees a network of 9 community health centers and 17 school based clinics, which provide health care to over 150,000 patients, approximately one-fourth of the population of Denver. Denver Health's patients include over half of the Medicaid patients in the city.
Dr. Hambidge still provides limited clinical care in the Webb Center for Primary Care's Kids Care clinic. He has published numerous articles on topics such as vaccine safety and pediatric obesity. Dr. Hambidge serves on the Board of Directors of the Denver Health Medical Plan, the Colorado Community Health Network, the Community Health Association of Mountain and Plains States, and Reach Out and Read Colorado.
Dr. An Nguyen is a graduate of Rhodes College, where she obtained a Bachelor's of Science in Biology, Saint Louis University, where she received a Master's in Public Health focusing in community health, and the University of Tennessee, College of Dentistry. She has spent the entirety of her clinical dental career in community health centers, serving as a staff dentist in rural Arkansas and, later, as the Chief Dental Officer at Sunrise Community Health in Northern Colorado. For the past six years, she has served as the Vice-President of Dental Services at Clinica Family Health Services in Boulder and Adams Counties, Colorado, where she has seen the program grow from a small, two provider practice to a robust, more integral part of the health center. She completed Johnson & Johnson's Healthcare Executive Program at UCLA in 2012, currently serves as a Board Member for National Network for Oral Health, and was appointed by the governor to the State of Colorado's Medical Services Board and the Caring for Colorado Foundation Board of Directors. Dr. Nguyen also serves as a preceptor for the University of Colorado, School of Dental Medicine's Advanced Clinical and Training Program. She has particular interests in dental quality, integrated health care, and population-based heath improvement.
Amanda (Mandy) Moorer was raised on a family farm 25 miles northeast of Sterling, Colorado. She graduated from the University of Colorado in Boulder in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and continued her education at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center graduating in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. Moorer began her nursing career in 2003 at the University of Colorado Hospital in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit. During her tenure there, Moorer advanced from an entry level Nurse Intern to a Level III Charge Nurse. After nearly a ten-year career in critical care, Moorer transitioned into the role of the Post-Baccalaureate Nurse Residency Program coordinator where she has served in this capacity for over two years. She has nationally presented and published her nursing projects. Moorer currently resides in Westminster, Colorado, is married to her college sweetheart and they have two children, Marshall (3) and Malia (1).
Dave Pump is Pueblo Diversified Industries' third Chief Executive Officer. Dave brings over 20 years of experience to PDI, holding various executive leadership roles in Colorado Springs. His commitment to his community, and those with disabilities, spans more than two decades. Currently Pump serves on the Alliance and the COAPSE boards.
Before joining PDI, Dave spearheaded and launched Peak Vista Community Health Centers' renowned Developmental Disability Health Center - which has been recognized internationally for its unique and innovative healthcare platform - its Collaborative Care Clinic at Academy - which utilizes a collaborative healthcare approach for people diagnosed with AIDS/HIV - Ronald McDonald Care Mobile and an Medicaid Application Site.
Dave has served as Vice Chair for the Coordinated Access To Community Health (CATCH) committee, and was on the Board for The Springs Rescue Mission. Additionally, Dave was the Chair of the Colorado Operations Directors Advisory Network and the Board of Directors for the Colorado Community Health Network which is a statewide association for community health centers. Additionally Dave was recently selected to serve on the Colorado Health Benefit Exchange Health Plan Advisory Group. In addition, he served on the Board for Homeward Pikes Peak, CCHN Ventures, Inc. and the Community Heath Provider Alliance, with the goal of ensuring the stability of Colorado's Safety Net System.
Dave received his Bachelor's degree from Jones University in Denver, majoring in Business Communication. He is a graduate of the Johnson and Johnson-UCLA Healthcare Executive Program and the Leadership Pikes Peak's Signature Program where he was recognized with the Community Trustee Award.