Board Member at Large
Barry R. Niccolai, Centerville Clinics, Inc. Barry R. Niccolai has been with Centerville Clinics, Inc. for 8 1/2 years, initially as assistant executive director. Niccolai has served as executive director for the past 5 years. Barry joined the Centerville Team after a 31 year career as an administrator at California University of Pennsylvania in several positions including Associate Vice President of Student Affairs. He was a recipient of the 2007 Suzanne S. Brown Distinguished Service Award from the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Council of Senior Student Affairs Officers Barry holds a BS in Finance from Waynesburg University and a MS in Community/Agency Counseling from California University of Pennsylvania. Centerville expanded services to two new sites (Washington City Mission and Donora) as well as purchased and renovated a new facility in Connellsville, PA. During his tenure, the clinics have secured several outside grants totaling $1,500,000 to expand and improve facilities and services. Centerville received a perfect score on its 2020 Operational Site Visit conducted by the US Health Resources and Services Administration. Along with Centerville’s medical director they have established collaborate working relationships with the 5 hospitals in the service area and developed partnerships with several organizations in our region including the American Heart Association, Washington County Drug and Alcohol Commission (partnered to start a Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT) substance abuse program), the Washington City Mission and the PA Medical Society. Niccolai has been active with the Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers and has worked with 9 Pittsburgh area FQHC’s to form the Three Rivers Alliance of Community Health Centers, a working group to coordinate and collaborate to improve medical and other services to the most vulnerable in Southwestern PA. Operationally, he established the Pandemic Response Committee in March of 2020. This committee, comprised of organization stakeholders at all levels of the clinics, has met weekly and guided Centerville through the COVID-19 pandemic. Sub-committees that meet weekly include the Infectious Disease Response Committee, Supply Chain Committee and TeleHealth Committee. Centerville was an early adopter of COVID-19 testing and has administered over 18,000 vaccines. Outside of Centerville, Niccolai has served for over 30 years as a member and current president of the California Area School District Board of Education, and serves on the steering committee of the Mon Valley Career and Technical Center. He is also a retired member and past president of the California Volunteer Fire Department and a board member of the Center in the Woods (senior center) in California. In January of 2020 Niccolai was nominated by Governor Wolf and confirmed by the Pa State Senate to serve on the Council of Trustees of California University of Pennsylvania.
Centerville Clinics, Inc.