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Hospitals welcome Rhonda Brown as divisional director of community health
CHIPPEWA FALLS/EAU CLAIRE - Rhonda Brown, director of Chippewa Health Improvement Partnership, has been appointed to divisional director of 3D Community Health, body.mind.spirit - a service of Sacred Heart and St. Joseph's hospitals.
In addition to overseeing CHIP in Chippewa County, Brown will take responsibility of 3D Community Health, body.mind.spirit - formerly known as Sacred Heart Center for Healthy Living. The name change better represents the comprehensive focus of St. Joseph's and Sacred Heart hospitals' community health improvement initiatives. She also will be responsible for coordinating community benefit reporting across the division.
Brown has degrees in social work and psychology from UW-Eau Claire and has been a long-standing member of the Chippewa Valley community. Previous to her ministry at St. Joseph's, Brown worked for 15 years as a medical social worker for Luther Hospital/Mayo Health System.
In addition to her role as director of CHIP, Brown serves on the Open Door Clinic and the Chippewa County Dental Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors, and is a member of the Community Relations board for the Chippewa Valley Correctional and Treatment Facility and the Chippewa County Mental Health Substance Abuse Adult Recovery Advisory Committee. Brown has served as the chair of the Health Advisory Council, as a member of the Community Mobilization Council for the United Way of the Greater Chippewa Valley and is past Vice President and President for Central Lutheran Church.