Andi McDonough Named Vice President of Rocky Mountain PACE

June 20, 2018

Andi McDonough has been named vice president of Rocky Mountain PACE, according to an announcement by Rocky Mountain Health Care Services (RMHCS) in Colorado Springs, CO.

“Allowing patients to participate in their own care is our first priority,” said McDonough, who brings more than 20 years of leadership and patient care experience to her new position. Her key emphasis has been on patient-centered care while working collaboratively with members of the health care team to achieve these goals.

After graduating from CU Health Sciences Center with a master’s degree in physical therapy, she began her career at Penrose St. Francis as a staff physical therapist. She advanced through various leadership roles to director of rehabilitation and respiratory therapy.

The mission of RMHCS is to improve lives, optimize wellness, and promote independence. The nonprofit organization works to enrich the lives of participants and empowers them to live vibrant, independent lives. RMHCS works toward this goal through programs designed to meet the specific needs of individuals living in El Paso County. The programs have served the Colorado Springs community since 1976.

For more information, visit RMHCS.

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