• Staff

  • Meet the HealthSET team.

    Meet the people who are out in your neighborhood.

  • James CorbettJames Corbett, J.D., M.Div., is senior vice president of community health and values integration at Centura Health and a fellow at Harvard Medical School, Division of Medical Ethics. At Centura, James provides strategic and operational leadership for community health, behavioral health, ethics, and organizational diversity. Prior to joining Centura, James was the vice president of community health & ethics at Steward Health Care, LLC and provided system-wide oversight to community health, behavioral health and ethics. During his tenure he transformed community benefits programs into strategic population health improvement initiatives, including a Community Health Advocate program which enrolled the uninsured, reduced bad debt and connected patients. James also established a 24/7 Psychiatry call center which transferred units throughout Massachusetts and a behavioral health navigator program which improved emergency room patient flow and integrated behavioral and physical health.

    James received his B.A. in International Relations from Syracuse University, a Juris Doctor from Saint John’s Law School, and a Master of Divinity from Duke University. He has taught Health Law at Maine and New England Schools of Law and a Bioethics course at Harvard Medical School and has been published in multiple journals on health reform and the role of public health in decreasing health care costs and improving population health outcomes.

    Catherine BaderCatherine is the Executive Director of HealthSET at Centura Health. Catherine holds a Bachelor’s Degree in History from Yale University, and a Master’s Degree in Public Health from the University of Colorado. She has black belt in Six Sigma, and training in project management and performance measurement process (PuMP). Catherine has been at Centura Health for three years, most recently as a manager on the community health team leading the Community Health Needs Assessment process for Centura Health’s 17 hospitals. Catherine has also served as a project manager for various community health projects including chronic care management programming, advanced care planning, community benefit reporting, and global health initiatives. Before coming to Centura Health, Catherine worked at the Community Epidemiology Program Evaluation Group (CEPEGP) at the University of Colorado, and on a nutrition environment project at Boulder County Public Health.
    Janet Weinz

    Janet's responsibilities as a Clinic RN include balancing the clients' medical complexities associated with chronic disease and aging, and addressing their whole body needs. The goal of HealthSET nurses is to help clients remain in their communities, relieve isolation and loneliness, and prevent avoidable hospitalizations. Janet's prior 25 years of programming at Martin Marietta and US West/Dex taught her to value information technology, and to appreciate its use as a tool in the delivery of care. Her experience as a teacher for the underserved, including 3 years in an inner-city St. Louis high school and 2 years in the Peace Corps in Iran, is useful in educating HealthSET clients in their health care needs.

    Ashley Mulvihill, RN

    Ashley brings a wealth of knowledge, compassion, and skill to the HealthSET team. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Buena Vista University, and has been a nurse since 2005. She’s worked in a variety of fields during her nursing career, but has spent most of her time working in wellness and rehabilitation units. She is also a certified wound care nurse. Her passion for elderly care and advocacy brought her to HealthSET, where she strives to provide the best care possible to her clientele.

    Karen WoldKaren is HealthSET's newest clinic nurse. She is joining the team after spending the last eight years as a telehealth nurse with Centura Health. During her career as a telehealth nurse at Centura, Karen increased her clientele from 25 clients in one building, to 200 clients in 9 buildings. Karen comes to us with over 35 years of nursing experience in a variety of fields, including hospitals, long-term care, and community health. Throughout her endeavors, Karen has gained an expertise in both clinical and community-based care. Throughout her endeavors, Karen has gained eight years of experience in wound-care. Over the last 15 years, Karen has focused her talents, knowledge and skills towards the elderly, specifically low-income seniors in Denver.
    Amanda EdmistonAmanda received her Masters of Social Work at the University of Denver, with a concentration in Health & Wellness. Amanda received her BSW from the Metropolitan State University of Denver. Her undergraduate internship involved case management for low-income families in a transitional housing program spanning Jefferson county. During her time at MSU Denver she received the Social Work Scholar Award for writing and research skills, and at DU received the Edith M. Davis award for outstanding work focusing on preventative health care for African-Americans. Amanda has also volunteered in the Denver area for individuals with visual impairments, adults with developmental disabilities, LGBTQ youth, and the homeless population through Project Homeless Connect. Amanda continues to work with low-income youth and families through DU are Your Family, Your Neighborhood program. She is passionate about eliminating health disparities that exist in our community. Amanda began interning with HealthSET in September 2015, and was hired on as a client advocate in July 2016.
    Mackenzie WymanMackenzie received her Bachelors of Social Work from Colorado State University in May 2015. Her senior internship placement was with the HealthSET Client Advocacy program working directly with the clients and helping to coordinate resources. After graduation, Mackenzie worked at Roundup River Ranch, a SeriousFun Network summer camp. For two years Mackenzie worked directly with the campers, capturing the unforgettable moments through photography and storytelling, while working alongside the Development team. Mackenzie currently volunteers with a yoga program supporting children and adults with special needs in the Denver Metro Area.
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