Amy Anderson, Health Service Coordinator
BA Social Science, Washington State University
Amy joined the COHE team in November 2017. Prior to joining COHE's Kennewick office, Amy worked the past four years in direct patient care and residential services providing support to the mental health population. She brings with her over 20 years of business management and project management experience. Amy is passionate about providing excellent services to those she works with in the community.
Lisa Archer, Surgical Health Service Coordinator
BA Industrial & Organizational Psychology, Western Washington University
Lisa joined the COHE team as a Health Services Coordinator in February 2009. She became a Surgical Health Services Coordinator for L&I's Surgical Best Practices Pilot in October 2014. Lisa previously worked as a Field Consultant for the Idaho Industrial Commission, for a number of years as a private Vocational Rehabilitation Consultant in eastern Washington and in social services for the State of Washington. Lisa enjoys the challenge of a new pilot, working with surgeons, employers and patients to assist during recovery and with return to work.
Bethany Brotherton, Health Service Coordinator
BA Law and Justice, Central Washington University
Bethany was born and raised in the Yakima Valley. Prior to joining COHE in October 2014, she worked as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for over 12 years providing vocational services to the Yakima, Tri-Cities, and Wenatchee areas. Bethany is credentialed as a Certified Disability Management Specialist (CDMS). Bethany works in our Yakima office and serves providers, employers, and injured workers in central Washington communities.
Tiffany Elkins, Health Service Coordinator
Tiffany joined the COHE team in September 2018. After spending eight years working for a COHE credentialed provider, she is eager to use her clinical experience with Worker's Compensation, Self-Insured and State Labor and Industry claims to grow in the COHE position. She also brings with her 15 years of administrative and management experience in healthcare as well as working for a local structural and civil engineering firm. She enjoys working in health care and serving the Inland Northwest. Tiffany was born and raised in Northern Idaho and moved to the Spokane area in 2012. She enjoys spending time with her family, friends and enjoys all the outdoor activities the Northwest has to offer, some of her favorites being hiking, trail running and biking.
Pattie Frazier, Health Service Coordinator
BA Health Service Administration, Eastern Washington University
Pattie joined the COHE team in 2011 as a Health Services Coordinator. She previously worked in human resources at St. Luke's Rehab and prior to that, worked in neurology, imaging, and mental health clinics. Pattie is eager to utilize all resources available for injured workers during the COHE intervention period.
Bridget Garner, Health Service Coordinator
BA Sociology, Eastern Washington University
Bridget Garner is a Spokane native. Prior to joining COHE, Bridget specialized in organ, tissue and cornea donation as a Hospital Development Specialist, Account Manager in Eastern WA and Northern Idaho for 9 years. Bridget's account management skills and experience with families in crisis gives her over a decade of practice in coordinating complex and life-altering cases. Bridget is passionate about assisting injured workers, employers and providers in Eastern WA. She enjoys spending time with her family, hiking and volleyball.
Carlie Harding, Health Service Coordinator
MS Biology, Washington State University
Carlie joined the COHE team in early 2019. Prior to COHE, Carlie completed a master's degree in biology and has 7 years of combined experience working with providers as part of a patient care team. She previously worked in admissions at a rehabilitation hospital on the east coast, and is eager to implement her knowledge of insurance verification as it pertains to this position. She also worked for a crisis hotline and has a deep understanding of how physical limitations can impact mental health. Carlie was born and raised in Pennsylvania and moved to Washington in 2016. Her interests include traveling, volunteering to help animals, and reading scientific literature.
Kari Isaak, Health Service Coordinator
BS Safety & Health Management, Central Washington University
Kari joined the COHE team in 2010 as a Health Services Coordinator for Yakima and the surrounding area. She previously worked with Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinics as a Safety Coordinator over the Environment of Care for all of the YVFWC facilities. Kari's responsibilities include serving providers, employers and workers in Yakima County and the central part of Washington State.
Pete Phillips, Health Service Coordinator
BS Fitness and Sports Management, Central Washington University
Pete joined the COHE team as a Health Services Coordinator in October 2011. Pete brings with him over a decade of experience working in the Self-Insured Workers' Compensation arena as a Labor Relations Coordinator and an Absence Management Coordinator in both the construction and healthcare industries. Pete is located in COHE's East Wenatchee office and will be serving providers, employers and workers in the North Central Washington region.
Carmen Rivera, Health Service Coordinator
BA Chicano/a Studies, California State University Northridge
Carmen was born in Central America and raised in Los Angeles, California. Prior to joining the COHE team in March 2016, Carmen worked as a Bilingual Customer Service Specialist for Labor and Industries for 3 and half years and prior to that served as the Administrative Assistant for the Adult Basic Education Department at Wenatchee Valley College. Carmen is located in the Wenatchee office and enjoys helping injured workers, providers and employers strive for the best experience throughout the claim process.
Kathy Woodfield, Administrative Services
Associate of Arts, Spokane Falls Community College
Behavioral Science, Southern California
Kathy joined the COHE team in December 2011, previously working for the INHS Foundation. Native to Inland Northwest. She brings over 20 years of experience in finance, office management and grant writing with a great eye for detail, organization, evaluative development and implementation of best practices within the department she supports. She looks forward to providing superior customer service to all clients, health care providers and business served through the Center of Occupational Health & Education.