Meet our Community Health Hub Staff

The purpose of a Community Health Worker (CHW) is to help identify any barriers that are preventing our members from receiving proper healthcare. They help connect members with any resources or social services in the community that might be beneficial to achieving well-being.

For more information you can view or or print off this Community Health Worker flier.

Christian JuanilloChristian Mendoza 
Community Health Worker

Christian holds a BA in Health Education, from Linfield College. Prior to working at Yamhill CCO, she worked for Family Building Blocks as a Home Visitor and Linfield College as an Admissions Counselor. Christian is enthusiastic to facilitate Health Education classes for our members in conjunction with the other Community Health Workers. Her primary goal is to help the community overcome any social barriers, which may be prohibiting them from improving their health and well-being. Outside of work, Christian enjoys spending time with her family, her fiancé, and volunteering in her community.

Jennifer JacksonJennifer Jackson
Member Engagement Supervisor

Jennifer coordinates the referrals that come into the Community Health Hub. She is originally trained as a Certified Medical Assistant. Prior to coming to Yamhill CCO she worked as a lead in the back office of a private Family Practice Clinic for almost 10 years. She helped the clinic in healthcare innovation grants, such as implementing behavioral health into the clinic and managing patient populations with chronic diseases. She assisted in EHR implementation as well as process improvements to achieve PCPCH recognition.

Rubit Ramirez
Community Health Hub Worker

Rubi (Rubit) has lived in Yamhill County for the last 22 years, and 3 years in California. She has many years of customer service experience. Most recently she worked for Cardon Outreach at Willamette Valley Medical Center as an Oregon Health Plan assister and volunteers at the McMinnville Free Clinic. She has a BS from Western Oregon University in Community Health Education with a minor in Psychology. She chose this career path because she likes helping others but faints at the sight of needles. During her free time, she likes to color, travel and explore different food/drinks shops around the area. She likes dogs over cats 

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