Great Mines Health Center
A Non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving Washington and St. Francois Counties in Missouri which provides outpatient substance abuse, mental health, primary care, pharmaceutical, radiology, oral health, chiropractic, and podiatry services. Great Mines Health Center works to provide equity and access to patients while simultaneously working to remove barriers in social determinants of health and connecting patients to community resources.
Chief Executive Officer
Gregory Roeback is the Chief Executive
Officer of Great Mines Health Center,
a not-for-profit Community Health
Center that serves Washington and St. Francois counties in southern Missouri. Gregory has over 34 years of experience in the behavioral health field, with over 23 years’ experience in successfully managing, operating, and growing mental health, primary care, pharmaceutical and oral health care facilities, programs, and services. Gregory has extensive experience in health care operations, successfully managing service delivery expansion, revenue generation, and leading senior healthcare management teams. He is experienced with designing and directing integrated health care delivery systems and specializes in Federally Qualified Health Center and behavioral healthcare organizational management. Gregory earned his master’s degree in Professional Counseling in 1993 from Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri. He is a Certified Professional in Human Resources through the Human Resources Certification Institute, a Specialist in Human Resources-Certified Professional, through the Society for Human Resource Management, a Licensed Professional Counselor, and a Nationally Board-Certified Counselor.
Washington County Ambulance District
Officially established in 1981, Washington County Ambulance District has grown to be a crucial partner to healthcare providers. The District is poised to fulfill its mission - It is the mission of the Washington County Ambulance District to be pioneers of the healthcare community. We strive to unite the healthcare community by being leaders in out-of-hospital clinical care. We are committed to providing the highest quality critical, emergent, and non-emergent mobile healthcare to the patients we serve. We will achieve these goals by offering ‘second to none’ clinical services, education standards, medical equipment, and vehicles. We are committed to embracing the theory of “out-of-hospital clinician” and challenging the status quo. We strive for excellence and are committed to quality. We will serve our community with a commitment to diligent resource management and fiscal responsibility.
Justin Duncan serves as the Chief Executive Officer for Washington County Ambulance District which is a regional mobile healthcare system in rural Missouri. In addition, Chief Duncan is the President of the Missouri EMS Association (MEMSA), the Chair for the Missouri State Advisory Council - EMS, Mobile Integrated Healthcare (MIH) Sub-Committee, founding member of the Washington County MIH Network and a founding member of the Missouri Highlands MIH Network.
Chief Duncan has endeavored to maintain both breadth and depth in all his healthcare pursuits. He is a life-long advocate for EMS professionals, an ardent supporter of education, and is constantly looking for new ways to bring innovative therapies into the out-of-hospital setting. He is particularly passionate and a fierce advocate for mobile integrated healthcare systems and the study of mechanical ventilation.
Chief Duncan is proudly considered a “disruptor” in the EMS and healthcare worlds. He constantly pushes to advance EMS systems and strives to be a catalyst for change in the healthcare world. Above all else, Chief Duncan is a dedicated servant leader and strives to support those who take care of the ill and injured.
Chief Executive Officer
Community Asset Builders
A resource development organization focused on improving healthcare systems. Community Asset Builders is a Missouri-certified Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) that connects people, organizations, and resources to overcome challenges and barriers related to healthcare access, equity and outcomes. This organization provides evaluation assistance with private foundation grants, state contracts and federal grants and post award support.
Doris Boeckman is co-owner and
principal of Community Asset Builders,
LLC, a Missouri-certified Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) that is celebrating 22 years of service supporting community-based organizations. Doris has a degree in Business Administration and has extensive data assessment, planning, and resource development experience. Doris and her business partner serve as a grant-writing and resource development consultants for the Missouri Foundation for Health and have provided support to organizations, large and small, with securing resources and evaluating programs funded by the Foundation for more than 10 years. Her firm has provided evaluation assistance with private foundation grants, state contracts and federal grants. Most recently, Doris served as the evaluator of a HRSA Rural Health Network Development grant focused on maternal health. She is presently the contracted evaluator for a HRSA Rural Health Care Services Outreach Program grant awarded to Great Mines Health Center. She also assists Missouri’s Rural Opioid Response state technical assistance team and grantees of HRSA Rural Community Opioid Response Program in collecting and analyzing data related the opioid epidemic.