Adrienne D. Mims MD, MPH, FAAFP, AGSF —Trusted Geriatrician and Chief Medical Officer

Morrow, GA — Adrienne D. Mims MD, MPH, FAAFP, AGSF, is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Trusted Geriatrician and Chief Medical Officer for her work in the Medical field and in acknowledgment of her work at Rainmakers Strategic Solutions LLC.

Dr Adrienne Mims knew she wanted to enter the healthcare field after she lost her beloved Grandmother to cancer. Their close relationship led her to pursue her board certifications in Geriatrics and Family Medicine. Dr. Mims has strived to improve the healthcare field over her 30-year-long career.

Caring for patients in various different settings, Dr. Mims gained experience in Geriatric Care over her decades in Medicine. She enjoys working one-on-one with her patients, saying, “It’s a privilege to be there for seniors in sickness and in health and ensure their goals and wishes are honored. My favorite part is building relationships.”

Dr. Mims has extensive clinical practice experience in value-based care for adults and seniors through her long tenure with Kaiser Permanente. More recently, she shared her expertise with JenCare Senior Medical Center, a healthcare system focusing on personalized quality care for vulnerable residents of Georgia. She works collaboratively with multiple healthcare team members in order to provide exceptional care for each patient. She is the founding medical director at the Center for Black Women’s Wellness – Safety Net Clinic, where she also worked as a Staff Physician for eight years. Dr. Mims was the founding medical director of the Georgia Medicaid Management Program, overseeing case and disease management services to 500,000 aged, blind, and disabled Medicaid recipients.
Dr. Mims currently works at Rainmakers Strategic Solutions LLC as the Chief Medical Officer. Started in May 2021, the company is a federal government contractor that provides numerous programmatic support services. Dr. Mims specializes in operations management, training and education, program management, data analytics, and stakeholder engagement for federal agencies. Dr. Mims focuses on leadership and the development and execution of key health care quality improvement initiatives. This includes educating staff members and patients about health equity, patient advocacy, value-based payments, and information about the Covid pandemic. The company has been awarded as the SIA 2020 Winner, SECAF 2020 Government Contractor Awards Finalist, Hermes Online Awards Gold Winner 2020, 2020 MarCom Platinum Award, Titan 2021 Gold Winner, and Women In Leadership Impact Award 2020.

Dr. Mims first started her college education at George Washington University, where she earned her undergraduate degree in Zoology in 1978. She then attended Stanford University School of Medicine, where she was involved in SNMA, and graduated with her Medical degree in 1982. At the University of California, Los Angeles – School of Public Health, she received her MPH degree in Epidemiology in 1990. She completed a residency in Family Medicine at Martin Luther King Jr./Charles Drew Medical Center in Los Angeles.

As the Chief of Prevention and Health Promotion, Dr. Mims served at Kaiser Permanente for 17 years. She then worked as the APS Healthcare Medical Director from 2007-2009, followed by a job at Alliant Health Solutions as the Medical Director – Medicare Quality Improvement, from 2009-2013. Dr. Mims then took on the Vice President, Chief Medical Officer role until 2020. She then started a job as a Geriatrician at JenCare Senior Medical Center in Morrow, GA.

Dr. Mims has long been involved with local and international medical associations. She was the President of the American Health Quality Association (AHQA) from 2013-2014, a Board Member and Chair of the Audit Committee with the American Geriatrics Society from 2009-2015, GAFP Delegate and Board Member from 2008-2018, and Vice-Chair Board of Directors for the PCPI Foundation 2015-2018. She is currently a Retirement Research Foundation Board of Trustees Member and a Board Member for the NCQA.

Her other contributions include writing several Patient Education FAQ forms, which were published in the Journal of the American Geriatric Society, and writing “Teaching the Older Adult, published by the Journal of the American Geriatric Society in 2005. On a personal note, Dr. Mims enjoys traveling internationally, spending time with her husband and friends, and reading with her three book clubs. She also enjoys walking and hiking.

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