Public Health Advisors

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Public Health Advisors

We are fortunate to have the guidance and expertise of these public health professionals. Our Public Health Advisors help set our objectives and strategy, and they review information and content that we produce to make sure it complies with best available information and public health priorities.

Allen Greiner, MD MPH
K. Allen Greiner, MD, MPH

K. Allen Greiner, MD, MPH is currently Professor and Vice Chair of the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) in Kansas City, Kansas. He directs the department's Research Division and has a secondary appointment and teaches in the M.P.H and M.S. in Clinical Research Programs in the Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health. He completed an undergraduate degree in Anthropology from Brown University and medical school and a Family Medicine residency at the University of Kansas. In 2000, he completed a Primary Care Research Fellowship at the University of Kansas and a Masters in Public Health degree. He is a practicing family physician and is the Medical Officer for the Kansas City, Kansas, Wyandotte County Unified Government Health Department.

Erin Corriveau, MD, MPH
Erin A Corriveau, MD, MPH

Erin Corriveau, MD, MPH is a practicing physician, mentor and educator in primary care and population health. She is also the Deputy Medical Officer for the Kansas City, Kansas, Wyandotte County Unified Government Health Department. She is the director of undergraduate medical education at the University of Kansas department of Family Medicine and Community Health. Dr. Corriveau served as a member of the Council on Graduate Medical Education, which advises Congress on matters related to health professional workforce trends and future needs. She has an interest in health services, and while at the University of New Mexico, she helped develop and implement the Health Extension Rural Offices (HEROs) program. Dr. Corriveau received her BA from Middlebury College, her MPH from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and her MD from the University of New Mexico. She completed residencies in Family and Community Medicine at the University of New Mexico, and Preventive Medicine at Johns Hopkins.

Jennifer Bacani McKenney, MD, FAAFP
Jennifer Bacani McKenney, MD, FAAFP

Jennifer Bacani McKenney, MD is a practicing family physician in her hometown of Fredonia, a community of approximately 2500 people in southeast Kansas. She has owned and managed an independent practice alongside her father for the last 10 years.

Dr. McKenney served as the resident board member on the national Board of Directors of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. She currently serves as the Vice-President of the Kansas Academy of Family
Physicians and will step into the presidency of the organization in 2022. She is also on the board of the Kansas Medical Society.

Dr. McKenney is the Wilson County Health Officer as well as the Fredonia City Health Officer. She is the director of the local home health agency and hospice agency. She is committed to local public health and community health and economic improvement initiatives.