Meet the Team

Please contact the RSBCIHI Diabetes Team at: (951) 849-4761

 

   
 

Kendall P. Shumway, DPM  | ext. 1150
Kendall P. Shumway, DPM, completed undergraduate work at Brigham Young University and then went on to Podiatry School at the California College of Podiatric Medicine in San Francisco. He spent his fourth year in San Antonio at the University of Texas, which is known internationally for its excellence in Diabetic Foot Care. After graduation, he completed a residency in General Podiatry and Foot Surgery at the Veterans Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Shumway is originally from Northern Arizona, right between the Apache and Navajo Indian Reservations. He enjoys time with his family and the outdoors.

   
 

Claudia Magaña  |  ext. 1151
Claudia Magaña is the Diabetes Program Administrative Assistant/ Healthy Heart Data Coordinator and joined the Diabetes Team in 2004. She provides a variety of administrative services for the Diabetes Program and Health Heart Program. She coordinates key components of the Diabetes Program and Healthy Heart Program activities, including education classes, clinics, patient appointments, health fairs, conferences, and other events. Claudia has a great interest in promoting health in the Native American community.

   
   
Angella White, BSN-RN | (951) 654-0803 ext. 4270
Angella joined the Diabetes Team in May 2011 as a Diabetes Educator/Case Manager. She completed the Vocational Nursing program at Chaffey College, the Associate's degree in nursing from West Coast University and the Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) at Vanguard University. She gained her nursing experience working with a number of health institutions providing a wide range of service including caring for medical, surgical and hospice patients. Angella also comes to the team with extensive hands-on experience in teaching, food science, food preparation, and culinary management. She is dedicated to providing individuals with the tools, training, and support necessary to change their behavior and accomplish their diabetes self-management goals. Angella was recently accepted to Teachers College, Columbia University where she will pursue a Master of Science in Diabetes Education and Management.
   
Lindsay Koh, MS, RD, CLEC |(909) 864-1097 ext. 4722
Lindsay is from north central Texas and grew up enjoying a wide variety of athletics, namely gymnastics. Her passion for nutritional developed in academy when she realized she wanted to work as a health educator. She attended Southwestern Adventist University and graduated with a bachelor's degree in wellness. Shortly after, she moved to Southern California to study nutrition at Loma Linda University where she graduated with a bachelor's degree as well as a master's degree in nutrition and dietetics. She is certified by the Commission on Dietetic Registration as a registered dietitian and has worked with RSBCIHI since 2012.
 
Lindsay's nutrition specialties include: diabetes education, whole person wellness care, lifestyle coaching, lactation education, cooking demonstrations, weight loss management, and nutrition writing. For recreation Lindsay enjoys hiking, swing dancing, crafting, cooking, and hosting dinner parties.
   

Yvonne Gonzalez, LVN |  ext. 1152
Hello, my name is Yvonne pleased to meet you. I am an LVN, with an AS from RCC and have worked for hospitals like Kaiser and Loma Linda. Since I began my career in 1993, I have had the chance to advance and learn as secretary, CNA, mobility tech, and LVN. At this company as the Tele-Medicine Coordinator, I have a great opportunity to flourish and contribute to the programs' success using all the skills I have accumulated thus far. I appreciate the opportunity, and look forward to assisting you in your endeavors towards better health.

   

Cheri Watkins, MS, CPT |  ext. 1155
Cheri is the Diabetes Program Fitness Specialist. Before joining the team, she was a personal trainer at LA Fitness and a wellness clinic assistant at the Drayson Center Preventative Care Clinic. She completed a Bachelors of Science in Biochemistry at Oakwood University and a Masters of Science in Physiology at Loma Linda University. She is currently furthering her education in public health where she is learning to use fitness, nutrition, weight management, stress management, and tobacco prevention to help her patients to prevent chronic disease and improve health. She believes that "Exercise is Medicine" and she likes helping people to find activities they enjoy to reduce their risk for illness and improve their quality of life.

   
Kris Hamlin | (909) 864-1097 ext. 4721
Kris is one of the Diabetes Program Fitness Specialists. He joined the Diabetes Program in 2010 and has helped implement multiple exercise programs focused on making wellness fun. He completed his Bachelor of Exercise Science degree at La Sierra University and will soon hold a Masters in Kinesiology. He maintains two certifications through the American College of Sports Medicine and has used his work experiences to help develop exercise policies and procedures at RSBCIHI. While working for the company Physiotherapy, he conducted health screenings to measure client's level of fitness, including items such as mobility, strength, and blood pressure and has worked as a personal trainer for LA Fitness. Kris originally from Maryland, and has family ties to the Nanticoke Indians.

  
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