Geri Ann Netherton
Geri Ann is the Office Manager at Bent County Public Health. She has been at BCPH for over 11 years. Geri Ann had been in the healthcare industry for 30 years working for many Doctors in Bent County and loved being involved in the care of many, many people. Geri Ann started at Bent County Nursing Services in the Cancer Coalition program and then became Office Manager. Geri Ann has lived in Las Animas her whole life and is grateful for every day. She enjoys riding with her husband on their Harley as much as time allows.
Public Health Assistant
Brandy Fernandez is the Public Health Assistant for Bent County Public Health. Brandy has worked in Public Health for 6 years in various programs. Her passion is working with the community & being able to offer resources to those in need. Brandy was born and raised in Bent County. Brandy has 6 children and 2 grandchildren, who are her world and an absolute blessing!!
Leticia Roybal is the WIC Educator at Bent County Public Health. Leticia has been working with children and families for the past 4 years. She enjoys being able to pass along helpful information to parents for their children and family. In her spare time, Leticia enjoys spending time with her family and exercising.
Janitorial / Maintenance
Ron Gallegos has been employed by Bent County Public Health for the past 15 years. In his spare time, he enjoys spending his free time with family members and watching professional football and baseball, as well as riding his mountain bike.
Home Health Director
Joni, RN is the Home Health Director at Bent County Public Health. Joni has been a nurse for 25 years with 15 of those years devoted to home health. She has been the Home Health Director at Bent County Public Health for the last 3 years. Raised in Holly, Joni truly understands small town/rural community healthcare dynamics. Providing excellent patient care and being a strong patient advocate is core to Joni's nursing practice. In her time off, Joni enjoys spending time with her family, camping, sewing, and reading.
Megan Starcevich, RN is a home health nurse at Bent County Public Health. Megan has been working as a nurse for the past 3 years. Megan has been passionate about healthcare since she was young and strongly believes in the five core values of nursing: human dignity, integrity, autonomy, altruism and social justice. During her free time, Megan enjoys photography, exercising, reading and spending time with her family
Becky is a home health nurse at Bent County Public Health. Becky has been a nurse for almost 20 years and in the medical field for 28 years. In her free time, Becky enjoys spending time with her family, camping and riding her Harley.
I was born and raised in Las Animas. Taking care of my grandma while she was sick pushed me to become a CNA. I have been a CNA for almost 4 years now. I enjoy taking care of others and love the feeling I get from helping someone do the things they can’t do on their own anymore. I currently attend OJC. I plan to go further in the medical field, and eventually become an RN. On my free time I love spending time with my family and friends, I also enjoy being outdoors as much as possible.
Wendy graduated with a DPT from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska in 1998. Wendy has experience in Out-patient, Acute Care, and Nursing Home Therapy, but is new to the Home Health setting. Wendy was born and raised in Missouri and moved to Colorado in 2008. She lives on a ranch with her husband, daughter and mother-in-law.
Nancy Bell, MA, is a case manager with Bent County Public Health Single Entry Point. Nancy was an educator for 34 years in both the public and private sector before opening a yarn shop in 2010. Nancy is new to the medical field but is delighted in the adventure. During her free time, Nancy enjoys spending quality time with her husband, three children and grandson, as well as crafting and reading.
Stacy is a Case Manager with Bent County Public Health Single Entry Point. Before this, she worked in long-term care for over 8 years. Stacy has worked in case management for the last 15 years, helping individuals access the services and care they need from their communities. Stacy has lived in southeastern Colorado most of her life, she is from Holly. In her free time Stacy enjoys spending time with her two children and family.
Brenda is a Case Manager with Bent County Public Health Single Entry Point. She has worked in long-term care for over 25 years as a business office manager, dietary manager, and CNA. Brenda is from Southeastern Colorado. In her free time Brenda enjoys spending time with family.