Family Medicine Program Administrator
I’m Andrea. I started as a temp in May 2022, and before that I was working for imaging facilities doing insurance authorizations. I officially took the role of program administrator in September 2022 for Saint Joseph Family Medicine Residency Program. I love that I get to wear many hats in this role while supporting residents in their educational journey. Outside of work, my family, soccer, and my two dogs have all my time. I look forward to new challenges and rewards with each upcoming resident year.
Program Scheduling Coordinator
Stacey has been with Saint Joseph Hospital since 2006. After working in the hospital for two years, she transferred over to the Sr. Joanna Bruner Family Medicine clinic as the front office supervisor. In 2016, she transitioned to the new scheduling coordinator position in the Family Medicine Residency Program. As a scheduling coordinator, Stacey supports our faculty and residents with all their scheduling needs. With each upcoming resident year, she looks forward to the fresh energy that arrives with our new residents.
Alondra Barron joined the Saint Joseph Family Medicine Residency Program in 2022. She is currently a nursing major and psychology minor at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Her plan after graduation is to work in a pediatrics department and hopes to be a NICU nurse one day. She graduated Aims Community College in 2019, with her medical office certification. She has a strong passion for health care. Outside of work, you can usually find her spending time with her son and her family. When she's not out on the soccer field playing, you can catch her coaching soccer to children at her local recreation center. She also enjoys taking time during the year to organize donations to Children Hospitals around the Metro area.