Joshua Gilmore, MBA - Chief Executive Officer
Joshua has a BA in English Literature and an MBA in Health Care Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver. He brings to SCHC over 30 years of healthcare experience, 17 years of which have been spent in executive roles. His experiences include finance operations/administration positions in several hospitals and FQHCs, as well as:
- Chief Administrative Officer at Columbia Valley Community Health in Wenatchee, Washington
- Chief Executive Officer at Iron County Medical Centerin Pilot Knob, Missouri
- Health Services Finance Director at Tanana Chiefs Conference in Fairbanks, Alaska
- Chief Financial Officer at Marias Medical Center in Shelby, Montana
Joshua is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the Alaska Primary Care Association, and the Northwest Primary Care Association. His passion is creating sustainability for rural healthcare in today’s challenging environment, ensuring that those who have the least still have access to high-quality care close to home. He has extensive experience in Rural Health Advocacy at both the State and Federal levels, including collaborating with CMS, the USDA, and the DOJ.
Joshua loves spending time outdoors with family and friends. He says, “relaxing with a cup of hot coffee while viewing the mountains fills me with joy.” Whether it be hunting, fishing, four-wheeling, snow machining, hiking, or camping, he loves it!
Paul Forman, MD - Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Forman’s philosophy towards health care is to identify the best pathway to health for each individual based on each individual’s values, beliefs, and needs. He believes that, as a physician, it is his job to help patients promote health, prevent disease, educate patients about their conditions and help them select the best treatment options for their individual needs. He provides office-based procedures including trigger point injections, joint injections, skin lesion surgeries, IUD and nexplanon insertions, and toenail removals when needed. He enjoys all ages from pediatrics to geriatrics and has experience with palliative care as well.
Dr. Forman is affiliated with the American Academy of Family Physicians, Alaska Academy of Family Physicians, and American Board of Family Medicine
After completing his residency, Dr. Forman moved to Alaska and started his career at the Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center. After several years with ANHC and The Alaska Family Medicine Residency faculty, he moved to Seward for about 9 years before moving to the valley. He was one of the founding physicians for Solstice Family Care in Wasilla which has now transitioned to Sunshine Community Health Center. He is very happy to return to community health as this supports his passion for providing high-quality care to people in need.
Dr. Forman lives with his fiancé and pack of great dogs. He has mushed for over 20 years and now finds himself with an aging dog team that still enjoys a good run through the woods, although shorter and slower than they used to run. In the summer He enjoys paddling, hiking, and pretending to fish. On dark winter nights, he is am often found with a guitar doing some songwriting or otherwise ruining good music.
William Frantz, DDM - Chief Dental Officer
Stephanie Stanley-Harrell - Chief Human Resources Officer