Barbara Cronin has been named the interim executive director for SET Family Medical Clinics.
She will replace Zelna Joseph, who resigned earlier this month after five years as president and CEO.
“Zelna’s active involvement in the Colorado Springs community helped lead SET to a number of significant accomplishments over the years,” said Mike Scialdone, chairman of the SET Family Medical Clinics Board of Directors. “Together with our dedicated board of directors, staff and volunteers, we will continue to positively impact health care services available to the underserved across the Pikes Peak Region.”
Set is a nonprofit organization that provides medical and health care services to the underserved without discrimination. They provide a family clinic for acute and chronic needs at the St. Francis Health Center, they also provide a homeless clinic at the Hanifen Self-Sufficiency Center at Catholic Charities. The group offers senior wellness clinics to housing authority apartment buildings and a comprehensive health care program for ex-offenders. The clinics save the Pikes Peak community more than $3 million a year by averting medical issues form local emergency room.