RPCN Announces Network-Wide Staffing Changes in the Finger Lakes Region

ROCHESTER, NY – January 20, 2016 – Regional Primary Care Network (RPCN) announced staffing updates across its network of Community Health Centers in the Finger Lakes Region.

Jason Macartney, who has been Practice Manager at RPCN’s Livingston Community Health Center (LCHC) since 2014 and began as a Social Work Care Navigator just one year earlier, is now Practice Manager at Rushville Community Health Center (RCHC) in Rushville, NY. Macartney said he was attracted to RPCN for many reasons, but its mission and values helped him to know that it was truly the right place for him. “One of my main objectives is to see the Center expand upon existing services and become even more community-focused. I am passionate about providing access to quality health care for everyone in this community—especially those who struggle with financial, cultural, or social barriers. I will continue to make improvements so our patients have a wonderful experience here in Rushville.”

RPCN is pleased to introduce Sarah Simons as the new Practice Manager at Livingston Community Health Center (LCHC) in Mt. Morris, NY. Sarah comes with 12 years of experience working at a local hospital and in an orthotic and prosthetic office. Sarah earned her Master’s degree in Organizational Psychology from University of Phoenix and has been a resident of Steuben County for more than 14 years. According to Simons, “I’m excited to be a part of an organization that helps educate the community on the importance of dental health all of the local wellness resources that are available.”

Wayne Community Health Center in Lyons, NY, welcomes Brittany N. Jensen as Practice Manager. Ms. Jensen is dedicated to improving the patient experience, building relationships with patients and their families, and educating the community on the importance of dental health. “I’m happy to be a part of a growing organization that is diligently working on its vision to meet the individual needs of each community it serves.” Ms. Jensen holds B.S. in Health Care Studies with a focus on Community Health from Daemen College and is currently working towards her M.S. in Health Care Administration at Utica College. 

Rachel Studley