With more than 20 years experience in the healthcare industry, Chase Dropp will step into the role of Clinical Manager for Sierra Donor Services, the Organ Procurement Organization (OPO) serving the greater Sacramento area.
Mr. Dropp joins the nonprofit, federally designated transplant donor network from LifeCenter NW, the OPO based in Seattle, Washington. There he functioned as Coordinator Team Lead, medically screening potential organ donors and supporting families through the donation process. Mr. Dropp says his leadership experience there, along with skills gained as both a paramedic and emergency room medic will serve him well in his new role.[blockquote photo=”” author=”Chase Dropp” company=”” link=”” target=”_blank”]I want to build on the core values of Sierra Donor Services, which include passion, hard work, dependability and positivity. I believe people want to be of value and part of a successful team — and if you can maximize those things, you can make it a great place to work. I will help make Sierra Donor Services the best OPO in the country. Happy and productive employees translates into more lives saved, and that’s what we are all about.[/blockquote] [divider height=”45″ line=””]
Mr. Dropp will begin his duties as Clinical Manager for Sierra Donor Services the first week in July.
*Sierra Donor Services is a Dialysis Clinic Inc. Donor Services (DCIDS) subsidiary. SDS is a nonprofit agency dedicated to meeting the needs of the community by providing families the option of organ and tissue donation for transplantation and research. SDS serves Inland Northern California, including Sacramento, ten surrounding counties, Santa Rosa and Northern Nevada. www.sierradonor.org.