Board Opportunities

Dakota Child and Family Clinic

Dakota Child and Family Clinic (DCFC) is located in Dakota County. It is the first nurse practitioner owned and operated primary care clinic in the upper Midwest. The clinic operates under the philosophy that every person has the right to high quality, patient-centered care, regardless of their ability to pay. The clinic began as Eagan Child and Family Care and in 2012 moved to Burnsville and achieved nonprofit status to better serve the needs of the community with the support of a Board of Directors.

Strategic Priorities

We are currently evaluating how to balance capacity and growth. Strategic planning as to how best to serve the needs of the entire community is a priority, with particular attention to those who are un/underinsured. We are looking to expand services beyond primary care and are identifying the best partners/approach.

Annual budget: $725,000 – Earned Income, Individual Contributions, Government Grants or Contracts

Skills

Dakota Child and Family Clinic is seeking board members with skills in the following areas:

  • Board Governance
  • Financial Management
  • Marketing and Communications
  • Strategic and Business Planning

Information

  • Number of members currently: 6
  • Meeting time and frequency:  12 meetings annually
  • Meeting location: Southern Suburbs

Expectations

  • Time Expectation: Up to 5 hours/month
  • Financial Contribution Required: Yes, at a level meaningful to the board member.
  • Service on Committee Required: No
  • Length of Term: 2 Years
  • Renewable: Yes
  • Does nonprofit carry liability insurance? Yes

Questions about this board opportunity?

Email: boardconnector@propelnonprofits.org

Address

2530 Horizon Drive Burnsville, MN 55337

Mission

We champion the health care needs of patients and families. We are committed to improving health by providing access to the highest quality patient and family centered care to all, through culturally responsive community engagement and education of future health professionals.