Delta County Memorial Hospital (DCMH) announces Jacqueline "Jacque" Davis, a local community engagement, marketing and public relations director, is the hospital's new director of marketing. In this role Davis will oversee and lead the strategic marketing, communications, and public relations for DCMH. She will also be responsible for the development of hospital and provider promotional material, and will work closely with CEO Jason Cleckler in promoting the hospital around the area.
"We are so excited to welcome Jacque, as she brings a wealth of experience to this important position," said Cleckler. "She'll be an integral part of bringing in new patients and strengthening connections with our existing patients and community members across the region."
Davis is a Western Slope native, growing up in Montrose, "I could never think of a better place than the Western Slope to live and raise a family," stated Davis. "My family is all from here, so I am excited for this opportunity to be a part of the Delta hospital team and getting to tell all the wonderful stories of the great local care and people of this region."
Davis is very active in the community as a board member of All Points Transit, steering committee member of the West Region Health Care Coalition and a longtime Rotarian. She worked most recently as the marketing director for Colorow Care Center in Olathe and as marketing manager for Volunteers of America, the PACE program in Montrose and Delta counties. She has over 10 years of local health care marketing experience, a bachelor's degree from Colorado Mesa University and a master's in health care administration from Ohio University.
Her family -- husband Lincoln, two children (Jerica and Jamison) and 3 stepchildren (Hunter, Bridger and Parker) -- loves spending time in the mountains, ATVing, watching kids' baseball and traveling.
A collaborative effort between the Delta County Sheriff's Office and municipal law enforcement agencies throughout Delta County has resulted in a proposal for a 1 percent sales tax increase to fund public safety. A PowerPoint presentation titled "Back the Badge" is starting to make the rounds at city/town council meetings, service club luncheons and other events.