Salud Partners is a coalition of American and Mexican health workers and others interested in providing needed skills and talents. Since our founding, our doctors have seen about ### patients.
Board of Directors
Serving on the Board of Directors of Salud Partners are:
Richard P. Stam, M.D.
Richard and his wife Elaine came to New Mexico in 1969 with a commitment to work for two years at Rehoboth Christian Hospital in Gallup. After Richard’s 35 year career in Pediatrics at Rehoboth and Elaine’s career as housewife, mother of three children and bank marketing executive they moved to Albuquerque. Richard remains committed to the goals of Salud Partners as well as staying active by running and fly fishing. Elaine enjoys cooking and looking after her great grandchildren. Both enjoy their retreat in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. e-mail him HERE.
Stephen W. Heath, MD
Stephen is a retired doctor of Internal Medicine with a distinguished career in Public Health in clinical practice at The Gallup Indian Medical Center and more recently in an administrative position in Albuquerque. Aida, his wife, is a retired pediatric nurse. They are both active volunteers and after a year of mission work in Guatemala they remain active in Albuquerque charities including Meals on Wheels and devote many hours to their church. They have two children and two grandchildren. Steve is an avid hiker and Aida is a talented chef. They recently participated in a pilgrimage to Spain. e-mail him HERE.
Susan A. Krzymowski, PA – C
Susan is a career Physician Assistant employed at The Gallup Indian Medical Center. Susan has a heart for missions and is active on the mission committee of her church as well as participating in our trips to Cuchiverachi. Susan and her husband, Bill, spent seven years as medical missionaries in Ecuador. Both are fluent in Spanish. Susan is a rug weaver and enjoys reading, walking, hiking and cross country skiing. e-mail her HERE.
William W. Krzymowski, MD
Bill is an Internal medicine physician at The Gallup Indian Medical Hospital. When not involved in his medical career or reading, Bill is likely to be found either playing his viola or climbing the 14-thousand-foot-high mountains of Colorado. Most recently, Bill played in The World Doctors Orchestra Memorial Concert, September 11, 2011 in Washington, DC. He enjoys playing in a Gallup ensemble which gives local concerts. e-mail him HERE.