Community Health Center of CC promotes two employees

New COO and Senior Development Associate

Community Health Center of Cape Cod is happy to announce the promotion of two employees.  Katy O’Connell has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer. In this capacity, she will oversee patient access to care, quality improvement programs, and information technology. Ms. O’Connell will collaborate with Health Center clinical leadership to ensure programs and infrastructure support the health center’s patient centered medical home.  She has been with Community Health Center of Cape Cod for 10 years. She started as a data entry and grant writing volunteer, and for the past five years served as Chief Information Officer. 

Christopher Ellis has been promoted to Senior Development Associate, where he oversees foundation relations and communications efforts for the Health Center.  In his new role, Christopher will provide insight on fundraising components of the organization’s strategic plan and is overseeing a communications campaign to help increase awareness about the Health Center.  He has been with the organization for two years.     

Community Health Center of Cape Cod is a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center that provides access to health care for adults and children with MassHealth, Commonwealth Care, Medicare, private insurance or no insurance at all.  Services include primary and preventive care, dental care, behavioral health, optometry, pharmacy and coordinated case management at locations Falmouth, Mashpee and Bourne.  Visit the Health Center online at www.chcofcapecod.org


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