Kay Bradley, who has served as the executive director of the Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic for the past nine years, resigned from her post on Friday to take a new position with Mathews Physicians Town Center, a division of the Southeastern Virginia Health System.
An interim director, Dave Burns of Mathews, will lead the clinic until a permanent replacement is found.
According to Bradley, the GMCC is stable, heading into the last leg of its capital campaign. “And I thought it was a good time to bring someone else in with a vision for the clinic,” she said.
Similar to her position with the GMCC, Bradley said she will be working hand in hand with the Rural Virginia United Healthcare Alliance, looking at resources that can be shared and gaps that can be filled to help find funding for those in need of regular medical care.
She said the Mathews clinic where she started work Monday has been open for seven years, but operates only three days a week. “I hope under my lea...
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