About Us

Leadership

Dr. Swannie Jett, DrPH, MSc

Swannie Jett, DrPH, MSc

Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Jett previously served as Director of Health and Human Services for Brookline, Massachusetts from 2017 to 2021, and as Health Officer/Surgeon General for Seminole County, Florida from 2013 to 2016. Dr. Jett previously served in Kentucky as Health Officer of the Bullitt County Health Department from 2009 to 2013. Dr. Jett is currently a Lieutenant Colonel in the Rhode Island Air National Guard.

As CEO of Park DuValle Community Health Center, Dr. Jett is looking forward to addressing issues involving Social Determinates of Health including women’s health services, men’s health, tobacco use, and health inequities.

Dr. Jett holds a Doctorate of Public Health with emphasis in Environmental Health and Preventive Medicine from the University of Kentucky, Master of Science degree from the University of Tennessee in Bio-Systems Engineering, and Bachelors of Science in Agricultural Statistics from Tennessee State University.

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Kevin Harris

Comptroller

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Chief Information Officer

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Fe Briones, MD

Chief Medical Officer (Interim)

Ryan Irvine

Ryan Irvine

Chief Operating Officer

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Dave Gerwig

Chief Project Officer

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D’Nai Overstreet

Dental Director

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Katrinka Whitney

Director of Operations

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Brittany Dean, PharmD

Pharmacy Director (Interim)

Board of Directors

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Deborah Thomas

Chair

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Kevin Bruce

Vice Chair

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Andrew Holden

Finance Chair

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Angela Wilson

Secretary

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Desmond Robinson

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Barbara Mitchell

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Darrell Shaw

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Dwayne Compton

Healthcare Committee Chair

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Katie Calloway

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Martin Tucker

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Stacy Sowell

Protect yourself against COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Protect yourself against COVID-19 (coronavirus) by covering your nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze and wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If you develop a fever and symptoms of respiratory illness, such as a cough or difficulty breathing, call your primary care provider.

To protect Patients and Staff we are asking:

  • All patients call before walking into the health center
  • Patients 60 years and older accept a telephone visit rather than walking into the health center for an appointment
  • Do NOT bring anyone with you to your appointment unless medically necessary

 

Do NOT come to the health center within your 14 day isolation/quarantine period