Ozarks New Hope, est. 2015, is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving healthcare facilities, their work forces and patients in and around the Ozark region. Our mission is to provide integrated, patient-centered health services designed to meet the needs of all patients, principally those who experience barriers to accessing care, regardless of their ability to pay. Ozarks New Hope’s service area includes a number of counties throughout southwest Missouri and Northwest Arkansas.
In furtherance of the foregoing mission, Ozarks New Hope has adopted the following purposes:
Grant Writing and Funding Application Assistance
Helping with coordination of Workforce Assistance Programs
Providing Direct Funding for needs that support our Mission
Helping with Supply, Equipment, or Software Acquisition
Providing resources for Workforce Development Training
Partnering to Increase Access to Resources provided by other community organizations
Creating Health-Related Programs in your community
Interested in partnering with Ozarks New Hope? We welcome written requests at any time. Submit your request to firstname.lastname@example.org for:
About Ozarks New Hope
Tressie currently works in healthcare administration. She previously served as a board member for ONH as well as the Executive Director.
Karla recently retired from healthcare quality and administration. She previously served as the President and a board member for ONH as well as the Executive Director. Karla is an active community advocate.
Amanda Gittlein has been in the healthcare marketing industry for 7 years and currently works in healthcare administration. Amanda is an active community advocate and serves on multiple boards that support her community.
Jacqueline is a nurse with over 15 years experience in healthcare. She currently works in healthcare administration and is active in the communities that her healthcare facilities service in Northwest Arkansas and Southwest Missouri.
Casey has been in healthcare for 20 years and currently works as an Assistant Clinic Administrator for 10 Rural Health Clinics in Missouri. She is active in the community and is proud to serve on the ONH board.