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Patient Education Team 

Toni Donovan - Director of Training and Education

Toni Donovan - Director of Training and Education

Toni Donovan has lived in Redding for over 20 years and is an avid supporter of this community. She earned her Bachelor of Health Science from CSU, Chico in 2004 and her Master of Public Health from San Jose State University in 2011. Toni has always worked in social services and she is now the Director of Training and Education at Shasta Community Health Center.

Toni has a passion for improving the health outcomes of others, she is politically motivated, and she loves to travel with her husband and two daughters.

Landi - Assistant Patient Educator

Landi - Assistant Patient Educator

Landi is a proud Northern California native who grew up in Happy Camp. Landi started her career at SCHC in 2004 as a Visit Coordinator. She held that position for five years before she took the position of Patient Portal Coordinator, where she helped launch and maintain SCHC’s online patient portal, Shasta Health Connect. 

She became a member of the Patient Education Team in 2015 where she, among other things, helps organize and recruit for our classes and workshops. She is a Certified Master Trainer for the Self-Management Resource Center Chronic Disease Self-Management Programs and has realized her joy for helping participants through their self-management journeys. She is also a Certified Leader for the Center of Mind-Body Medicine. In her personal time, Landi enjoys outings and gatherings with her friends and family. She also enjoys curling up with her beloved dogs, Rosco and Penny, and a good book.

Megan - Patient Educator

Megan - Patient Educator

Megan grew up in the Bay Area where she developed a love for learning about people from many different cultural backgrounds and traditions. This prompted her to pursue her bachelor’s degree in Anthropology at San Jose State University.

In 2016, Megan journeyed abroad to teach English to school children in South Korea for a year. She then returned to the Bay Area to work as a Program Coordinator for socially isolated older adults where she advocated on their behalf and provided them with community resources and referrals. Helping older adults and finding the gaps and disparities in the services they needed developed her eagerness to continue working within the community. 

Megan relocated to Redding in 2019 and began working at SCHC as a Patient Educator. She is a Certified Facilitator for the Self-Management Resource Center Chronic Disease Self-Management Program. She is also a Certified Chronic Care Professional Health Coach. She is excited to continue in her role as an educator and speaking with community members about their needs. In her personal time, she enjoys reading, and taking her dog, Loki, for adventures around Redding.

Camron - Outreach & Enrollment Specialist 

Camron - Outreach & Enrollment Specialist

Camron is a Redding native who has always been interested in helping others. At the age of 12 he joined the local Boy Scout group “Troop 37” and helped others through volunteering at local events and functions for close to 6 years. He worked for a nonprofit organization as a Youth Outreach Administrator in Scottsdale, Arizona for 5 years, eventually becoming a board member and helping over 3,500 youth and young adults raise money for school scholarships.

Camron started working at SCHC in 2012 and joined the Patient Education Team as an Outreach & Enrollment Specialist in 2013. Camron is a Certified Application Counselor with Covered California, as well as a Certified Master Trainer for the Self-Management Resource Center Chronic Disease Self-Management Programs. When he's not working with consumers to choose the best healthcare option for themselves, he leads workshops and works with his team members to develop patient friendly programs. 

In his personal time Camron enjoys spending time with his family and volunteering for local group events and functions. One such group is the Legion of the Purple Hearts Veterans Association. Camron looks forward to serving you and the community.

Bernie - Outreach & Enrollment Specialist

Bernie

Bernie grew up in Los Angeles and had the pleasure of being around many ethnicities and cultures. This set the foundation for his passion of advocating for others through civic and community opportunities. He was active in the Inland Empire, working on various boards of directors of non-profit organizations and business support groups such as the California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Greater Riverside Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Greater Riverside Chamber of Commerce, and the Urban League of Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. 

Bernie relocated to Redding in 2006 by accepting the Hospitalists of Northern California Program Manager position at Mercy Medical Center. He developed and implemented the Hospitalists Program, collaborating with the community physicians, and recruiting locally and nationally. 

He joined SCHC in 2018 as an Outreach & Enrollment Specialist. Bernie is a Certified Application Counselor with Covered California, a certified Level 3 Primary Care Triple P Provider, and a certified AADE Diabetes Prevention Program Lifestyle Coach. With his experience and passion, he is excited to contribute to SCHC's mission and grow as a member of the team, serving our community. He enjoys spending time with his children, family, and friends.   

Holly - Marketing Coordinator

Holly was born in Redding and raised in the surrounding area. After graduating high school, she moved to Idaho where she attended Boise State University and worked at her family's insurance agency. 

In 2007, she came back to Redding to be closer to her family. She earned her associate degree in Office Administration: Medical Office Specialist from Shasta College. Her degree and her strong interest in customer service lead her to join SCHC as a Visit Coordinator in 2011. She then became an Outreach & Enrollment Specialist for the Patient Education Department in 2014. 

Holly now works as the Marketing Coordinator for the health center. She is also a Certified Application Counselor for Covered California, a Certified Master Trainer for the Self-Management Resource Center Chronic Disease Self-Management Programs, a certified Level 3 Primary Care Triple P Provider, and a certified AADE Diabetes Prevention Program Lifestyle Coach.

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