Board of Directors

Diane Fielden, President
Contributing to my community is my goal. Sitting on the Board for PCHSAK allows me to work with others to insure quality health care for all, regardless of their financial standing.

Jeff Warton, Vice President
My goal is to help PCHS provide affordable, effective, and sustainable healthcare to everyone in our community.
Melody Douglas, Treasurer 
Providing a well-rounded health care system that meets the needs of our community, regardless of income level, is essential to the overall success of our community. It is rewarding to work with a group of like-minded individuals serving on the Board of Directors and in the Administration to provide leadership to PCHS as it grows and improves services to its clients. 
Sarah Jones, Secretary 
My decision to become a board member of PCHS is rooted in my childhood when I had the privilege of watching my dad, a physician, care for our small community in Arkansas. I know the importance of good health care because I saw it first hand. As a board member I am part of a local forum that insures no one will be denied health care and that everyone will be treated equally.
Ellen Adlam
I serve on the PCHS board because I know that in some small way, I am helping our community have access to high quality whole person healthcare. Advocating for and being part of the Healthcare Movement on the local, state, and national level is a privilege that I am honored to undertake.
Marcus Deede
Personal and community dignity are founded on reliable access to holistic health care. To do this, innovation and long range thinking are the past and future of PCHS.
Linzey White
It has always been important to me to give back to my community. Serving on the PCHS Board of Directors, is one way I feel that I can make a real impact. As a Director, I am apart of making sure that everyone in our community has access to quality and affordable healthcare.
Josh Cooley
As someone who has lived with, and without, access to quality affordable healthcare, I understand the tremendous importance and value of PCHS to both the individual and the community. My service on this Board reflects my desire to improve our community by helping our friends, employees, neighbors, kids, and grandparents get better so they can focus on being active participants in our society and economy, and not on being sick.
Charlene Tautfest
I want to be on the PCHS Board to strengthen Behavioral Health Services and Community Engagement and improve healthcare and outcomes for consumers receiving services.
Vidya Oftedal
I want to be on the PCHS Board to help secure Equality and Equal Access in healthcare and related services for everyone no matter their economic standing, race, gender, orientation, or affiliation.
Ted Wellman
Bio coming soon
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