Chrisie Nametag PhotoChrisie Mulcahey Executive Director
Chrisie Mulcahey, Executive Director at Health Partners Inc., the only free clinic in Charles County is a high energy people person. She began her medical career fifteen years ago as the Administrative Assistant/Office Manager for Dr. Howard Haft. It was through this position she “fell in love with the medical field.”

Health Partners, Inc, under Chrisie’s guidance, has experienced tremendous growth in volunteerism, services, and community partnerships. These partnerships have helped to provide several outreach events that truly benefit our community. One of the most notable events is “Homeless Resource Day” which is held annually. It brings all of the local non-profits and government agencies together to provide a “one-stop shop” for homeless and other individuals in need of clothing, medical and dental care, immunizations, food stamps, housing, job search assistance, identification and more.

Chrisie is active in several community committees including Charles County Homeless and Emergency Shelter Committee, United Way Advisory Committee, Partnerships for a Healthier Charles County, Cancer Team, Vision 2020, Homeless Resource Day Committee and the Hispanic Health Fair Committee. She is the chair for the “Access to Care” committee which is a subcommittee of Partnerships for a Healthier Charles County.

Chrisie and her husband Sean are long time Charles County residents. They have three children and two grandchildren. Chrisie’s hobbies include Zumba, reading, puzzles, attending car shows with her husband and spending time with the grandchildren.


Ashley BadgeAshley McMannis Assistant Director
Ashley McMannis assists with administrative duties of both the medical and dental programs. She has been a part of the team since June 2013. She graduated from Salisbury University with a Bachelors in Public Relations. She has lived in Charles County her entire life, and is grateful for the opportunity to be able to give back to the community.


Kari Sanchez Dental Assistant
Kari Sanchez is the Dental/Administrative Assistant at Health Partners. She has held this position for eight years. She graduated from ACT college in Alexandria with her Certified Dental Assistant Certification and says this job is very rewarding because so many people benefit from Health Partner’s services.


Maria Curameng Dental Assistant


Bernard Finch, DDS Dentist


Antonino Barbaro, DDS Dentist


Tiffany Bethel Dental Admin


31519288-BD8F-4695-B806-22B7FC883B4FNicole Haskins, CRNP Nurse Practitioner

Nicole is a native of Virginia and moved to Maryland in 2005. She received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Virginia School of Nursing, in Charlottesville, Virginia. She attended Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia where she obtained a Masters of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Family Health. Nicole is board certified by American Nurses Credentialing Center. Nicole comes to Health Partners, INC, bringing experience from a variety of healthcare settings including family practice, occupational health, mental health, and nursing home/rehab. She believes in patient and family education as a vital tool in disease prevention and control as well as empowering them to actively participate in their own healthcare.


Gabriel Stanoiu, CRNP Nurse Practitioner


Francine Coley Medical Assistant


Christella Boone Small Medical Assistant


Cherrell Keys Medical Admin


Christina Yates Dental Billing Admin


Taylor Kiessling Outreach Coordinator


Health Partners staff and Board of Directors work to make sure that everyone who comes to Health Partners feels welcome. We are a very close group, and support each other in everything. Pastor Steve Merki, a member of our board, was affected by ALS. The “Ice Bucket Challenge” has raised money and awareness for this disease in hopes that we may find a cure. In support of Pastor Merki, many staff and board members gathered outside of Health Partners to do the Ice Bucket Challenge ourselves. Watch the video below to see how it went!