Jodi Utech brings many years of billing experience to Promise Community Health Center in Sioux Center.
She also hopes to bring her positive attitude.
Jodi has assumed her role as the billing specialist at Promise.
“I have heard a lot of really good things about Promise. I love what Promise does for the community and how involved they are,” she said. “I worked for a similar organization and absolutely loved it there.”
Jodi grew up in Sioux City and graduated from West High School. She worked for six and a half years, May 2007-December 2013, as a certified pharmacy technician for Thrifty White Drug in Denison. She then served four years until December as a billing specialist and administrative assistant for Crawford County Home Health, Hospice and Public Health in Denison.
Her family then moved to northwest Iowa when her husband became the chief of police in Hawarden.
Jodi now is happy to be at Promise, where she will have a similar role as to what she had before. She will process and post daily patient encounters and related information, process insurance payments and claims, and review billing procedures and recommend any changes, among many other duties.
“Everyone at Promise has been so welcoming,” she said. “I can really tell they all truly care about their patients and the best interest of Promise Community Health Center.”
MORE ABOUT JODI:
Jodi Utech and her husband, Corey, live in Hawarden. They have two sons, Kelan, 11, and Eastyn, 6. She enjoys keeping busy with the various sports that her boys are in. Her family’s favorite time of the year is summer when they go boating and to the pool as often as they can.