KCHC has new chief medical officer

Posted on Jan 25 2019


The Kagman Community Health Center, Inc. is proud to announce and welcome Jason Willis, MD as chief medical officer. In combination with seeing patients, Willis will be responsible for the overall medical and clinical management of the health center.

Willis’ certifications and fellowships broadens the landscape of available medical services in the Saipan, especially in wound care and infectious diseases since expertise in these areas were not previously accessible on-island. He will be practicing internal medicine but is also certified in wound care and infectious diseases.

He has worked at Federally Qualified Health Centers in Oklahoma and Wyoming in various capacities and is familiar with the how the KCHC operates under federal grants and guidelines.

The KCHC Board and CEO thanks Dr. Daniel Lamar for his assistance during his time as interim chief medical officer. Lamar will go back to his regular duties as a physician. Other KCHC providers include Dr. Tiffany Willis and nurse practitioners Leticia Reyes and Arley Long. (PR)

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