W. June Simmons, President & CEO
Partners in Care Foundation
San Fernando, CA
June Simmons, MSW, is nationally recognized for her leadership in the administration of health care organizations. She is the founding President and CEO of Partners in Care Foundation and a visionary in developing innovative approaches to health care delivery in the 21st century. Throughout her distinguished career, she has been instrumental in creating, funding and operating forward-looking health and social services research and programs.
Ms. Simmons takes an active role in developing initiatives and proactive programs, which meet the mutual needs of patient populations, providers and health care delivery networks to encourage cost-effective, patient-friendly integration of care from hospital to home and community. Ms. Simmons is currently a member of the National Advisory Council to the National Institute on Aging. Other national roles have included the Practice Change Fellows - a national mentoring initiative for physicians, nurses and social workers in health funded by the John A. Hartford Foundation and the Atlantic Philanthropies to advance innovations in the development of managed care models for caring for the aging population. This includes major medical providers from across the country. She also served on the National Board of the American Society on Aging. Ms. Simmons is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars and is recognized for her leadership in innovation and management by academic and national professional organizations. Ms. Simmons holds an MSW from the University of Southern California.
Updated September 2012