Central California Alliance For Health

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Central California Alliance For Health

 

 

Apply Now (also known as; Santa Cruz - Monterey - Merced Managed Medical Care Commission)

Legislative Reference

  • 07-14-98 Established by Monterey County Ordinance No. 3984
  • 01-04-00 Resolution No. 00-008 approved Bylaws
  • 06-02-09 Bylaws amended named changed to Santa Cruz-Monterey-Merced Managed Medical Care Commission

Membership

  • The Commission is governed by a board with 21 voting members;
  • 7 members appointed by the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors;
  • 7 members appointed by the Monterey County Board of Supervisors;
  • 7 members appointed by the Merced County Board of Supervisors;

     The twenty-one (21) voting members shall include:

1. One member of the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors, one member of the Monterey County Board of Supervisors, and one member of the Merced County Board of Supervisors.

2. The Health Services Agency Administrator of Santa Cruz County, the Director of Health of Monterey County,  and the Director of Public Health of Merced County or a representative of each respective agency nominated by the Administrator or Director;

3. Two person representing providers from Santa Cruz County appointed by te Board of Supervisors of Santa Cruz County, two person representing providers from Monterey County appointed by the Board of Supervisors of Monterey County, selected from physicians in private practice, representatives of community clinics and allied health professionals,  and two persons representing providers from Merced County appointed by the Board of Supervisors of Merced County. Of the two provider representative from Santa Cruz County, at least one shall be a representative of a nongovernmental community clinic;

4. A hospital representative from Santa Cruz County appointed by the Board of Supervisors of Santa Cruz County, a hospital representative from Monterey County appointed by the Board of Supervisors of Monterey County,  and a hospital representative from Merced County appointed by the Board of Supervisors of Merced County;

5. Two public representatives of the population of beneficiaries to be served by the Commission from Santa Cruz County appointed by the Board of Supervisor of Santa Cruz County, two public representatives of the population of beneficiaries to be served by the Commission from Monterey County appointed by the Board of Supervisors of Monterey County,  and two public representatives of the population of beneficiaries to be served by the Commission from Merced County appointed by the Board of Supervisor of Merced County.

Terms:

Appointees serve four-year terms ending December 31st.


Meeting Date, Time and Place:

Meetings held on the fourth Wednesday of each month, at various meeting places, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Staff Contact

Kathy Stagnaro, Executive Assistant/Clerk of the Board (831) 430-5523

Central Alliance for Health, 1600 Green Hills Road, Suite 101, Scotts Valley, CA 95066 (831) 430-5500

The Central California Alliance for Health October Board Packets are available on the following website: https://www.ccah-alliance.org/boardmeeting.html


Full Board Appointments


District Name Appointed Expires
1-5

Gary Gray, DO, Chief Executive Officer
Natividad Medical Center (Hospital Representative)

10-08-2019 12-31-2023
1-5 Maximiliano Cuevas, M.D.
Executive Director Clinica de Salud del Valle de Salinas (Provider Representative)
10-08-2019 12-31-2023
1-5 Dr. Allen B. Radner, M.D., CEO
Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System (Provider Representative)
12-05-2017 12-31-2021
1-5 Elsa Jimenez, Director of Health
Monterey County Health Department
10-08-2019 12-31-2023
1-5 Vacant
(Public Representative)
1-5 Julie Edgcomb
Monterey County Clinical Services Director - (Public Representative)
12-05-17 12-31-2021
 1-5 Elsa Quezada      (Public Representative)
 10-08-2019  12-31-2023
Non-Voting Member
 Jane Parker - Monterey County Board of Supervisor
01-08-2019 01-07-2020
updated on 1-6-2020, jgp