Ms. Lindquist joins Children’s National from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center where she was vice president and executive director for Accountable Care. In this capacity, she was involved in numerous community health initiatives, ranging from community-wide initiatives to address infant mortality to integration of behavioral health into primary care.
Ms. Lindquist holds a B.S. in Finance and an M.B.A. from University of Nevada, Las Vegas and is currently pursuing an additional graduate degree in Public Health. She is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a founding leader of the Children’s Hospital Association’s Accountable Care Collaborative Steering Committee. In Cincinnati, she was an active in the Women’s Leadership Roundtable for the Arts and the YWCA Racial Justice Initiative, and hopes to continue her community involvement as she relocates to the D.C. area.
Dianna Abney, M.D.
Dr. Abney joined the Pediatric Health Network from Cambridge Pediatrics, her primary care pediatric practice in Waldorf, Maryland. She also practiced at an after-hours walk-in practice Pediatric after Hours, and the Charles County Department of Health as the medical director for the Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention.
Dr. Abney is well known throughout the pediatric medical community and chairs or serves on several boards. She has privileges at Civista Medical Center, Southern Maryland Hospital Center and has served as Chairman of Pediatrics for both of these hospitals. She is a member of the Maternal/Child Health committee and chair of the Healthcare Disparities committee of the Maryland state medical society.
Dr. Abney is a co-chair of NMAPedsNet—a practice based research network that is a part of the Pediatric Section of the National Medical Association. She is also a member of PROS, the practice based research network of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Her research interests include immunizations, treatment and prevention of child abuse and decreasing healthcare disparities.
Manager of Provider Relations
Prior to joining the Pediatric Health Network, Ms. Campbell was a physician liaison for Children’s National where she covered the Central and Southern Maryland Territory (including Prince George’s, Anne Arundel, Howard and Charles counties and beyond) calling on primary care pediatricians throughout the region.
Ms. Campbell is well known in the industry, having served similar roles at both Calvert Memorial and Anne Arundel Health System. A proud native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, she holds a bachelor’s degree from Point Park University and a master’s in Health Administration from the University of Maryland. She lives with her family in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.