Mobile Health Units
Ashli Minor, registered dietitian nutritionist and certified lactation counselor, is a wellness educator with a background in medical nutrition therapy. Ashli counsels adults and children, with a special focus on women’s health and all facets of integrative health care. She received a bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Neuroscience from Lehigh University, a bachelor’s degree in Human Nutrition from University of Massachusetts Amherst and a master’s in Holistic Nutrition from Clayton College of Natural Health. Ashli has worked for private and public organizations including health resorts, hospice programs, visiting nurse settings, private practice and community organizations. At CHP Ashli provides nutrition counseling on the CHP Mobile Health Unit in person and virtually. Ashli also oversees a food security grant based program which targets diabetics and pregnant women throughout Berkshire County.
Kathleen Floyd, family nurse practitioner, has been providing primary care for three decades, and she devotes most of her time seeing patients on the CHP Mobile Health Unit, She has extensive experience in rural health and community nursing. She earned both her M.S. in nursing and her M.S. in family practice nursing from Pace University. She provides routine health screenings, disease management and routine physicals on our mobile medical unit.
Location: Mobile Health Units
Michelle Sisk is a culinary nutritionist with the CHP Nutrition Club, a nutrition support program serving clients of MassHealth, and she also works with the CHP Mobile Health team. A graduate of Marymount College of Fordham University, Sisk holds a bachelor of science degree in nutrition, and she completed her dietetic internship at the University of Connecticut and Hartford Hospital. She also earned a bachelor of arts degree in English from William College. She also holds nutrition counseling positions at Hotchkiss School in Connecticut and at Millbrook School in Millbrook, N.Y., and she has also designed and taught a nutrition curriculum for students at Salisbury Central School, where she is also part of the school's Wellness Committee. She has also provided private in-home nutritional counseling to patients, and also worked as an outpatient dietitian affiliated with Manchester Memorial Hospital in Connecticut. She also holds a certificate in adult weight management and is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Connecticut Dietetic Association. She has also worked as a yoga instructor, cross-country coach, and English teacher. Yoga, hiking with her family, baking, and cooking are among her personal interests.
Rania Markham is a licensed social worker with CHP Family Services and Mobile Health team. She also leads the CHP 'Families Like Ours' program, a support and education program for families of children with disabilities. Rania also provides enhanced support services for CHP patients in need of resources to assist with social determinants of health. Rania received her master's in social work from Simmons University, and earned her undergraduate degree from Westfield State, received her associate degree in liberal arts from Berkshire Community College.
Locations: CHP Family Services, Mobile Health Units