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Terri Farneti Retires from Yavapai County Community Health Services Featured

Carol Lewis October 17, 2021 49

Terri Farneti Retiring from Yavapai County Community Services after 16 years of Dedication to Public Health

 

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  • Terri Farnetti has been working with the Yavapai County Community Health Services since 2005
  • Later she was promoted to Public Health Coordinator
  • She lead the application effort for the National Public Health Accreditation 
  • She has worked tirelessly on the Covid pandemic

 

 

Terri has been working with YCCHS since 2005

 

Terri was hired by Yavapai County Community Health Services as an Administrative Assistant in December of 2005, working with the Assistant Director of Public Health. Over the years, she was promoted to Public Health Coordinator to add Accreditation, public information, convening the Community Health Improvement Partnership meetings, and participating in other coalitions. 

In those 16 years there was the H1N1 pandemic in 2008, which the team at YCCHS rallied to provide vaccination clinics throughout the county utilizing hundreds of volunteers. 

In 2012, the department completed its first Community Health Assessment Implementation Workplan which helped lead into applying for National Public Health Accreditation in 2015. This was a huge project with 197 measures to document, submit for review, and then receive official accreditation in March of 2016. The department determined in 2019 to re-apply for Re-Accreditation in January of this year. 

When the Covid pandemic hit in January 2020, all hands were on deck to keep the public informed and establish the Emergency Operations Center and try to keep up with the ever-increasing cases. Finding time for reaccreditation efforts was difficult, but Terri and the team got it done and submitted on June 1, 2021. Terri didn’t think she’d be dealing with COVID till the very end of her time at YCCHS, but it isn’t ending any time soon. 

The past two years have been stressful for the department, and the team has been steadfastly dedicated to providing the information, and services – both emergency and regular day-to-day - to the citizens of Yavapai County throughout. She has enjoyed her time working with the County and appreciates the support of the Board of Supervisors, Board of Health, and the Leadership team of YCCHS for all she’s been able to accomplish. 

For the immediate future, Terri’s plans are to join the US Tennis Association to play more tennis and get involved in league play – and to travel. She will continue to be involved in the community through the League of Women Voters of Central Yavapai County.

 

 

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