Kathleen Chelminiak serves as a Project Director for the Indiana Rural Health Association. Kathleen graduated from Indiana University Bloomington in 2013, and started her professional career in health information technology certification and program development, guiding rural healthcare employees through the process. She has also worked to develop a Chronic Care Management technology solution and program.
Currently, she leads the Indiana Rural Schools Clinic Network (IRSCN), a network formed under the umbrella of the Indiana Rural health Association in 2016, with the goal of increasing access to care for rural students. IRSCN does this by placing telehealth equipment into schools, so that students can be connected to local providers for acute physical care, and also for tele-therapy. Kathleen loves her work in schools across the state. Having a strong connection to schools, she has seen some of the needs that go unmet, and desires to continue to bridge that gap for Indiana children and families.
Kathleen resides in Bloomington, Indiana where she enjoys running, long walks with her dog, kayaking on Lake Monroe, hiking, and camping with her husband.
You can reach Kathleen at:
812-478-3919 extension 223