Outgoing Board Member Bios - 12/2017

John Stuemky, M.D., FAAP, began his NCCPA tenure in 2009, chaired multiple committees, and most recently served the Board as treasurer. He works as an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. He founded and has directed the Child Protection Team at The Children’s Hospital in the diagnosis and care of abused and neglected children since 1975. Stuemky is also among the physicians who recently became the nation’s first board-certified child abuse pediatrics specialists. He is the only pediatrician the Oklahoma City metro area to earn certification in this relatively new pediatric subspecialty.  Dr. Stuemky is a strong supporter of the PA profession!


Cynthia Flournoy, MBA, MS, FACHE served as a Public Director-at-Large since 2010, serving a term as treasurer.  She has also served on the nccPA Health Foundation Board since 2014 and currently serves as its chair elect. Flournoy has worked in a variety of Atlanta-based health delivery systems, including Emory Healthcare of Atlanta, Tenet Healthcare and Grady Hospital. She is currently the CEO/administrator of DaVita Kidney Care and Davita Medical Group where she is responsible for leading the health center’s operation by ensuring cost-effective facility operations in accordance with all legal, compliance and regulatory requirements and programs.  Flournoy is active with a variety of professional and civic organizations, including Boys Scout of America-Super Troop 197, Atlanta Urban Debate League and Odyssey Atlanta.  She is also a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the American Health Information Management Association.  


Claudette Dalton, MD, joined the Board in 2010 as a nominee from the American Medical Association (AMA).  She has served on and chaired several NCCPA committees during her tenure on the Board. An anesthesiologist, Dalton retired from clinical practice at the University of Virginia in 2006 and from her administrative duties at a local hospital in 2010.  She has served as a consultant to the Joint Commission Resources and on the AMA Council on Medical Education. She has served on the board of the Accreditation Council for CME and on several committees of the National Board of Medical Examiners.  In 2012, she received the Medical Society of Virginia's highest award for Service to the Profession.  She now serves on the board of the Federation of State Medical Boards. Throughout her career, she has championed PAs as an integral part of care teams.