Chief Operating Officer, Nilsa Campos, joined PCC in 2019. As COO, Nilsa directs the day-to-day activities of the organization. As the Regional Director of Clinical Operations, she managed nine PCC health centers. She was promoted to Deputy Chief of Operations, where she implemented strategic operational plans for all PCC health centers. Nilsa has advanced experience with driving growth in facility development and profitability. Prior to PCC, Nilsa worked as a facility administrator at DaVita Harvey Dialysis, and as staff nurse and patient care manager for the pediatric cardiac ICU at UChicago Medicine Comer Children’s Hospital. Nilsa has a Master of Business Administration from Lewis University. She also has a Master of Science in Nursing from Lewis University and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Chicago State University.
Chief Population Health Officer, Jerrard Walker, RN, LCSW, CADC, SAP, CAMS-II joined PCC in 2020. He obtained his Master of Social Work from Wayne State University - School of Social Work. He also has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Resurrection University and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, with a Minor in Social Work from Oakland University. Jerrard completed his social work training at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, MI. He was one of the architects who established the CCHHS CountyCare program. In his free time, he enjoys playing tennis, traveling, and reading.
Chief Performance Improvement Officer, Sara Hogue, joined PCC in 2015. Sara is passionate about public health and committed to developing quality assurance tools that can improve population health. She has a decade of experience in performance improvement in such areas as research, program evaluation, data analysis, quality assurance, and performance management. As PCC’s CPIO, Sara leads initiatives to develop new capacity in quality improvement across the organization. Prior to her promotion to CPIO, Sara served as PCC’s Director of Performance Improvement, where she managed the National Committee for Quality Assurance’s Patient Centered Medical Home recognition process, expanding PCC’s recognition from four to eight sites of care. Sara also pioneered the organization’s Core Culture Committee, which works to identify and address inclusivity needs for patients and staff. Sara holds a Master of Social Work from DePaul University and a Bachelor of Arts from St. Xavier University.
President and Chief Executive Officer, Toni Bush, joined PCC in 2007. As President and CEO, Toni provides strategic leadership for the company by working with the Board of Directors and the Executive Management Team to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans and policies. Toni has supported PCC’s mission in a variety of roles, including Director of Development, Office Manager, Clinic Administrator, and Regional Director of Clinical Operations. Immediately prior to her promotion to President and CEO, Toni served as the Chief Operating Officer where she directed the day-to-day activities of the organization. Toni's interest in health care was sparked when she was 16 and found herself navigating a challenging health care system as both a teenage parent and high school student at Proviso East High School in Maywood, IL. As a former Chicago Albert Schweitzer Fellow, Toni remains committed to empowering vulnerable and medically underserved populations and creating healthier communities. In October 2016, she was awarded the Ramona Lopez Community Health Center Employee Award from the Illinois Primary Health Care Association for her outstanding commitment to underserved medicine. Toni holds a Master of Public Health from Northern Illinois University.
Chief Financial Officer, Patrick Garrick, joined PCC in 2013; however, he was instrumental in establishing PCC as a stand-alone nonprofit in 1992 when he worked for West Suburban Medical Center. Pat received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Illinois at Chicago and his Master of Business Administration in Finance and Healthcare from Dominican University. He is a Certified Public Accountant with more than 40 years of financial accounting and management experience in the healthcare industry.
Chief Medical Officer, Paul Luning, MD, MPH has spent his entire career at PCC. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Yale University, his medical degree from the University of Chicago – Pritzker School of Medicine, and a Master of Public Health from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He joined PCC in 1995 after graduating from West Suburban Medical Center's Family Medicine Residency Program. He later completed PCC’s Fellowship in Community Medicine. Dr. Luning was promoted to Chief Medical Officer in 2007. He has been instrumental in the development and implementation of many programs at PCC, such as the Performance Improvement Program and PCC’s clinical program at The Boulevard, a local shelter for homeless individuals recovering from illness. He has received numerous honors and awards including the Distinguished Service Award from the American Academy of Family Physicians and Illinois Academy of Family Physicians, Teacher of the Year from the West Suburban Family Medicine Residency Program (2003, 2007, 2012), and George O'Neill Leadership Award from the Illinois Primary Health Care Association.