Park DuValle Community Health Center, Inc. is a federally funded (Section 330e Public Health Service) 501c3 non-profit. Our governing and policy making bodies must follow specific guidelines.
The 15 Board of Director seats consist of the following:
- At least 51% of our Board of Directors must be “users” of center services at our main site or one of our satellite sites.
- Representatives must include those from communities representing each site.
- The Board of Directors must mirror the population mix of our patients by race, ethnic origin, gender, age and position.
- Representatives may be chosen for specific areas of expertise needed on the Board of Directors.
- Representatives may not be relatives of or married to center employees and may not have been employed by the center within the prior 3 years.
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Election to the Board Procedure
Board candidates’ information is reviewed by the Bylaws/Nominations Committee of the Board of Directors. The Committee will schedule an interview of candidates under consideration.
Candidates are elected at a Board meeting where a quorum is present, based on the needs of the Board of Directors.
Board Member Expectations
Members of the Board of Directors are expected to attend all monthly meetings to assure a quorum which is required to conduct business. You are needed to help us make policy decisions, approve budgets and grant proposals, assist with strategic planning, fundraising and marketing, and function as com-munity advocates for our centers
Monthly meetings are held on the fourth (4th) Thursday of every month.*
- 5:00 PM – 5:30 PM Dinner is served.
- 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM Board meeting begins promptly.
Meeting are held both in-person and virtually.**
Standing & Ad Hoc Committees
The Board of Directors also has standing and ad hoc committees which you may be interested in joining. They are as follows:
- Finance: With the Chief Financial Officer, reviews budget, financial and audit information and makes reports and recommendations to the full Board of Directors.
- Health Care: With the Chief Medical Officer, reviews clinical policies, accreditations, licensure, Quality Assurance, credentialing, appointment, and reappointments of provider staff and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors for approval by the full Board of Directors.
- Bylaws/Nominations: Reviews and recommends candidates for Board vacancies and offices for election by the full Board of Directors. Discusses and recommends changes or additions to Board Bylaws for approval by the full Board of Directors.
- Personnel: With the Chief Operating Officer reviews and recommends changes to Personnel Policies for approval by the full Board of Directors.
Ad Hoc Committees
- Strategic Planning
- Marketing/Public Relations
*Excluding November and December when the Board meets on the third (3rd) Thursday due to the holidays.)
** A virtual meeting link and telephone number is provided for participation via online media or by telephone whenever required.