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Blue Shield of California Foundation Announces New Group of Clinic Leadership Institute Participants.

34 Community Healthcare Professionals From Across the State Selected to Participate in Innovative Leadership Training Program

SAN FRANCISCO -- Blue Shield of California Blue Shield of California is a not-for-profit health insurance provider headquartered in San Francisco, California. An independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, Blue Shield of California is an incorporated, wholly owned subsidiary of California Physicians'  Foundation today announced 34 community healthcare professionals from around the state will participate in the 2009-2010 class of its Clinic Leadership Institute (CLI (1) (Call Level Interface) A database programming interface from the SQL Access Group (SAG), an SQL membership organization. SAG's CLI is an attempt to standardize the SQL language for database access. ), an innovative program designed to identify and cultivate the next generation of community clinic leaders.

"The men and women who participate in the Clinic Leadership Institute have demonstrated a long-term commitment to assuring families in California communities have access to health care when they need it," said Crystal Haying, BSCF BSCF Billion Standard Cubic Feet
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Over the next 18 months, CLI participants will attend six intensive, multi-day learning seminars that include modules on finance management, strategy development and leadership skills. The knowledge gained in the intensive learning seminars will be reinforced through special project work designed to support each participant's own clinic.

"California's community clinics provide comprehensive, quality healthcare services to millions of Californians who might otherwise not have access to care," Hayling said. "BSCF is proud to offer emerging clinic leaders tools to help them be more effective, as well as the opportunity to build networks that will amplify their individual impacts."

Since 2003, BSCF has given more than $30 million to fund the work of community clinics across the state. BSCF launched CLI in 2007 with a commitment to invest in five years of the executive learning program, designed and administered by the nationally-recognized Center for the Health Professions at the University of California, San Francisco Coordinates:  .

Those selected to participate in CLI's 2009-2010 class include:

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Lupe Terrones, Marian Community Clinics, Santa Maria

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Amisha Patel, Clinica Sierra Vista, Bakersfield

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Far North

Carolyn Hopkins, Shingletown Medical Center, Shingletown

Elizabeth Morris, Feather River Tribal Health, Inc., Oroville

Greater Sacramento Area

Karen Larsen, CommuniCare Health Centers, West Sacramento

Greater San Diego Area

Amie Brown, Council of Community Clinics, San Diego

Mark Connelly, San Ysidro Health Center, San Ysidro

Timothy Miotti, North County Health Services, Ramona

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Robin Bradley, Camino Health Center, San Juan Capistrano San Juan Capistrano (săn wän kăpĭsträ`nō), city (1990 pop. 26,183), Orange co., S Calif.; inc. 1961. San Juan Capistrano has some manufactures, including aircraft parts, medical apparatus, and boats, but the economy is  

Mary Ann Hodges, Share Our Selves Free Medical and Dental Clinic, Costa Mesa

Rosa Ortiz, Venice Family Clinic, Venice

Grace Sison, T.H.E. Clinic, Inc., Los Angeles

Erika Sockaci, AltaMed Health Services Corp, Los Angeles

North Coast

Jeanie Eldridge, Redwoods Rural Health Center, Inc., Redway

Carole Press, Mendocino Community Health Clinic, Inc., Ukiah

Sherri Provolt, United Indian Health Services, Arcata

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Pamela Love, Community Health Systems, Inc., Moreno Valley

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Lucinda Bazile, LifeLong Medical Care, Berkeley

Priscilla Contreras, Alliance Medical Center, Healdsburg

Ignacio Ferrey, La Clinica de La Raza, Oakland

Karen Hill, Glide Health Services, San Francisco

Felicia Jones, Planned Parenthood Golden Gate, Hayward

Therese de Leon, Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, Gilroy

Carlos Londono, Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center, Inc., Union City

Teri McGinnis, Lyon-Martin Health Services, San Francisco

Maritza Penagos, Mission Neighborhood Health Center, San Francisco

Amy Peterson, San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium, San Francisco

Sridevi Ponnala, Native American Health Center, San Francisco

Stacey Stirling, St. Joseph Health, Santa Rosa

Anita Zamora, The Women's Community Clinic, San Francisco

A list of those participating in CLI's inaugural (2008-2009) class, which will conclude in June, and links to all participant bios can be found at http://futurehealth.ucsf.edu/Program/Default.aspx?tabid=1148

Blue Shield of California Foundation is one of the largest healthcare grantmaking organizations in California. For more information, please visit the Web site at www.blueshieldcafoundation.org. The Foundation was formed by Blue Shield of California, a not-for-profit corporation with more than 3.4 million members, 4700 employees and more than 20 offices throughout California. For more information about the company, please visit www.blueshieldca.com.
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