Mosaic Medical names 2 new board members
Mosaic Medical is excited to announce the addition of two exceptional members to our Board of Directors, Scott Johnson and John Mapes. These two members bring a wealth of experience and passion for community health.
Scott Johnson is a longtime friend of the community and brings with him a background rich in mental health, public health and child and families services. He has worked for Deschutes County for 19 years, most currently serving as the Director of Deschutes County Health Services. Prior to this position, Scott served as the Director of the Commission on Children & Families (1994-2004) and the Behavioral Health Department (2004-2009). In addition to serving on Mosaic’s Board, Scott participates in numerous state and local work groups, committees and associations. Scott has a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s Degree from Bowling Green State University in Ohio. He lives with his family in Bend.
John Mapes is new to Central Oregon and we are honored to welcome him into our community. For the last six years John has worked in healthcare education and training, currently serving on the board of a startup telemedicine and live surgery broadcast production company. Previously, John worked as a consultant providing strategic planning and development advice throughout the world and has many years of experience with small business development and technology diffusion/adoption including as a volunteer in the US Peace Corps. John has an MBA in Finance from Columbia University and a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from UC San Diego. He lives in Sisters with his family.
As a non-profit, federally-qualified health center system, Mosaic’s Board of Directors includes a majority (at least 51%) of active, registered patients of the health center who are representative of the populations served by Mosaic. The governing board ensures that the organization is community based and responsive to the community’s health care needs.
About Mosaic Medical:
Mosaic Medical is a non-profit healthcare organization with primary care clinics in Prineville, Bend, Madras and soon-to-open in Redmond. Additionally, Mosaic Medical serves children aged 3 to 18 at the Crook County School-Based Health Center and both adults and children at the Lynch Community Clinic at M.A. Lynch Elementary in Redmond. Mosaic Medical proudly serves the insured and uninsured, regardless of age, ethnicity or income. For more information, please contact Mosaic Medical at 541-383-3005 or see: www.mosaicmedical.org