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Jennifer Kimball, LICSW

Education: 
M.S.W, University of Washington, 2010
Certification: 
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I work at Neighborcare Health because I am passionate about social justice and enjoy working with a diverse patient population. It is amazing to see how much progress patients make and how much thier lives improve thanks in some small part to the services we provide.
Other: 

Before joining Neighborcare Health Jennifer worked as a social worker at other Seattle-based agencies.  She completed her Masters of Social Work internship at Swedish Medical Center in the emergency room.  Jennifer is originally from San Diego, CA  and spent two years as a Peace Corps volunteer in Costa Rica before moving to Seattle in 2007. 

Languages spoken:
Spanish, English

Jane Kosloff, MSW

Education: 
B.A., Psychology, Washington University in St. Louis
M.S.W., Columbia University School of Social Work
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I work at Neighborcare Health because of the organization's commitment to providing quality, accessible care to the Seattle community.
Other: 

Prior to joining Neighborcare Health Jane worked in community-based mental health for five years.  She is originally for St. Louis, Missouri.  Now in Seattle, Jane spends her free time with her husband and two cats.  She also likes to do yoga, bike, and spend time with friends. 

Languages spoken:
English

Richard Waters, MD

Education: 
B.S., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
M.S., University College Cork, Ireland
M.D., Duke University
Certification: 
American Board of Family Medicine
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I believe in Neighborcare Health’s vision of a community without health disparities, with access to health care for all. I also appreciate the organization’s commitment to and innovation in providing highest-quality care to people who are or have been homeless.
Other: 

After graduating from Duke University School of Medicine Richard completed his family medicine residency at Harborview Medical Center.  Prior to joining Neigborcare Health Richard worked in clinics around the world; including in Chile, Honduras, Kenya and Tanzania.  His areas of interest include mental health, hepatitis B & C, and reproductive health services.  In his free time Richard enjoys spending time with friends and family and getting lost along winding back roads on his bicycle. 

Languages spoken:
Spanish, English

Tye Powers, MD

Education: 
B.S., Geology, University of Washington
M.D., Eastern Virginia Medical School
Certification: 
American Board of Family Medicine
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I look forward to providing care that will offer both medical as well as emotional health to my patients.
Other: 

Tye grew up in Edmonds, WA.  After graduating from the University of Washington he worked in environmental education, restoration and trail construction in the Pacific Northwest.  Tye enjoyed bringing health and happiness to people and began to consider a career in health care.  After graduating from medical school in Virginia he moved back to Washington to complete his family medicine residency.  When Tye isn't at work he enjoys hiking, biking and going on adventures with his wife and daughter.

Languages spoken:
English

Leslie Darnell, DMD

Education: 
B.S., Psychology, University of Arizona
B.S., Microbiology, University of Arizona
D.M.D., Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
Advanced Education in General Dentistry Fellow, Neighborcare Health at High Point
Certification: 
American Board of General Dentistry
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I feel like part of a family at Neighborcare Health. I find it easy to connect with patients and staff and enjoy being a part of an organization that is able to provide comprehensive dental care to underserved communities. Working at Neighborcare Health is very rewarding and I am excited to be part of the team.
Other: 

After graduating from dental school in Massachusetts, Leslie moved to Seattle to complete a  one year residency program in general dentistry at Neighborcare Health at High Point.  After completing this residency program Leslie was hired as a dentist and will be working at Meridian Center for Health.  Leslie is originally from Phoenix, Arizona and she likes to play tennis and pickle ball.  She also plays piano and enjoys spending time with her family and friends.  Leslie is looking forward to exploring more of the Pacific Northwest.

Languages spoken:
English

Emma Thier

Education: 
B.S., University of Puget Sound
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I feel passionately about working at Neighborcare Health because we are working to eliminate barriers to healthcare. Working in the school based programs we make sure that students are not just getting their medical needs taken care of, but their psycho social needs too.
Other: 

Before joining NeighborCare Health Emma worked at Camp Korey, a non-profit camp for children with serious, life threatening illnesses.  While there she worked in a variety of capacities including as a camp counselor, in an administrative role and doing outreach.  In her free time Emma likes to rock climb and hike.  She also likes to travel and has spent time traveling in South East Asia and South America. 

Languages spoken:
English

Kimberly McDermott, MD

Education: 
B.A., Dartmouth College, 1986
M.D., Duke University, 1991
Certification: 
American Board of Pediatrics
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I enjoy working with a diverse patient population, and love helping children and families develop healthy habits and happy, productive lives.
Other: 

Kimberly has been a pediatrician for over 20 years.  She looks forward to bringing her experience and skills to Neighborcare Health.  Kimberly is  originally from Boston, Massachusetts and has lived in Seattle since 1994.  She is married with two young adult children.  In her free time Kimberly likes to read and spend lots of time outside - hiking, biking, skiing and running.

Languages spoken:
Spanish, English

Daniel Kujawinski, MSW

Education: 
B.A., Connecticut College, 2003
M.S.W., Washington University in St. Louis, 2007
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I enjoy working with a diverse population and have been impressed with the welcoming and collabrative nature of the clinic staff.
Other: 

Daniel was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois.  Before joining Neighborcare Health,  he worked in Chicago providing mental health case management services to people experiencing homelessness.  Daniel also did outreach to the Chicago homeless community.  In his free time Daniel enjoys being in nature, reading and cooking.

Languages spoken:
English

Donna Denno, MD, MPH

Education: 
B.S., Wayne State University, 1985
M.D., University of Michigan, 1991
M.P.H., University of Washington, 2006
Certification: 
American Board of Pediatrics
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I enjoy working with diverse populations and I love Neighborcare Health’s mission to provide excellent care to every patient regardless of their background or ability to pay. It’s great to work with a dedicated group of doctors, other providers and staff.
Other: 

Donna has worked as a primary care pediatrician nationally and internationally.  She has lived and worked in Ghana for several years and is currently a professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington and is the co-director of the university's Executive Masters in Public Health program.  She also does research in the field of global child and adolescent health with a focus on Africa.  Donna is married with two children.  In her spare time she likes to hike, garden and read novels.

Languages spoken:
English

Molly Capron, MD, MPH

Education: 
B.A., Stanford University
M.D., University of California - San Diego
M.P.H., Harvard University
Certification: 
American Board of Pediatrics
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I find it truly rewarding to develop relationships with my patients and their families to promote healthy growth, development, and well-being. I learn so much from the diverse experiences and backgrounds of the families we serve.
Other: 

Molly Capron has worked as a primary care pediatrician in Chicago and Seattle, as well abroad in Honduras, Peru, and South Africa.  Molly grew up in a very small town in New Hampshire and spent many years in California and Chicago before settling in Seattle.  She is married with 3 young sons and they enjoy spending time together outdoors, hiking, camping, and exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest; playing sports and cheering on the Seattle teams; cooking and baking.

Languages spoken:
Spanish, English
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