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Executive Team

Danny Bellamy

Danny Bellamy

Chief Executive Officer

Prior to joining Total Health Care as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Danny Bellamy has demonstrated over 30 years of experience in the management and development of health care programs that impact Medicaid and commercial populations. With significant experience in direct health care delivery, operational implementation and negotiation of health plans, hospital services and contracts, Mr. Bellamy served as the senior operating executive for a specialized health plan that provided comprehensive services including case management to Medicaid SSI eligible beneficiaries as well as developing reimbursement strategies for services delivered to people with chronic conditions.

Mr. Bellamy has an extensive history with the HSC Health Care System, having previously served as its director of contracting and business development, and director of rehabilitation services at the HSC Pediatric Center. He has demonstrated experience managing over 150 employees in health care delivery ranging from primary care, managed care and hospital-based services. His background includes extensive government contract negotiations along with data analytics to support the development of stakeholder and health care provider relationships along with implementation of advance preparations for the valuation and acquisition of health care entities. Before joining HSC, he was a managing partner at MCA Washington, DC, where he was responsible for the start-up and overall management of a multi-specialty physician practice and multi-disciplinary allied health care entity. Mr. Bellamy served as a senior manager at the Greater Southeast Healthcare System long-term care division where over saw wellness programs and community based services funded by various foundations.

Mr. Bellamy has a bachelor’s degree from Georgia Southern University and is currently seeking a master’s degree in health informatics. He is a board member for the Maryland Association of Community Health Centers and has served as a board member for the Medicaid Health Plans of America. He has also served on the Jurisdictional Advisory Committee on Early Childhood Development.

Marcee White, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Marcee White is a board-certified pediatrician with over 10 years of direct clinical patient care experience, and over 8 years as a Medical Director in a top 5 pediatric hospital. She formerly served as the Medical Director of the Children’s Health Center at THEARC, Mobile Health, and the Prince George’s County School-Based Wellness Program at Children’s National Health System. In addition to leadership, she played a vital role in the research, education, and advocacy initiatives for patients. Dr. White has the proven ability to successfully lead, motivate, and build dynamic teams in the face of change.  She earned her medical degree from George Washington University School of Medicine and a BS degree in biology pre-medicine from Xavier University of Louisiana. She completed her pediatric residency training from the combined Children’s National/Howard University Community Health Track and served as Chief Pediatric Resident.  Dr. White has a certificate in leadership development from the George Washington University Master Teacher Leadership Development Program. 

Jose Simmons

Chief Operating Officer

Mr. Simmons brings to this role over 26 years of experience working in Federally Qualified Health Centers, University teaching, and providing direct patient care mainly to school aged children (ages 5 to 18) and their families.  Jose has developed and managed opioid medication assisted treatment (MAT) and LGBTQ behavioral health programs and services. He is a graduate of New York University with specialized training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.  

Jose formerly served as the Director of Behavioral Health/Substance Use Programs at Chase Brexton Health Care for the past 2 years.  


Richard Greene

Chief Financial Officer

As Chief Financial Officer, Richard Greene oversees all finance functions of Total Health Care that include revenue cycle, financial reporting, grants, treasury management, and financial analyses. He is responsible for guiding the financial strategies and setting the financial priorities of Total Health Care.

Mr. Greene is both a CPA and attorney. While working as an attorney, Mr. Greene was the chief counsel to the Baltimore City Department of Finance, providing legal opinions and counsel to that department. He has over 20 years of experience in the health care field. Prior to joining Total Health Care, Mr. Greene worked in both the private and public sectors in health care. He served as the Chief Financial Officer for Behavioral Health Systems of Baltimore, Baltimore Mental Health Systems, and Woodmore Health, and as accounting manager for Baltimore City Hospitals’ long-term care division.

Mr. Greene is a graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Business and its School of Law. He holds a BS degree in accounting and a Juris Doctorate degree in law. He also holds an MBA from Morgan State University and a Masters Degree in legal letters from Georgetown University.

Gwen Young

Gwen Young, RN

Chief Compliance Officer

Gwen Young joined Total Health Care with over 25 years of experience in working with Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs). Young is an experienced executive-level leader with quality improvement training, knowledge and experience.  Her extensive HRSA program experience, expertise in clinical operations and leadership skills make her invaluable to the Total Health  Care team.

Young came to Total Health Care from the District of Columbia Primary Care Association (DCPCA) where she served as Director of Quality Improvement and Operations.  In her role, she was responsible for the core functions of the PCA and HRSA program compliance, in addition to providing technical assistance and support to 8 FQHCs and 4 other free-standing community health centers. From the 6 years before joining the DCPCA, Young was Chief Compliance Officer/COO for the Family Health Centers of Baltimore, which is an FQHC with multiple service sites.

Young has extensive education and training in the healthcare field.  She completed certification in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement College Breakthrough Series and also served as Faculty Associate at John Hopkins School of Nursing.

Brian Bailey

Brian Bailey

Chief Talent Officer

As Total Health Care’s Chief Talent Officer (CTO), Brian Bailey’s major focus is the development and implementation of key initiatives that build a diverse and impactful organizational culture. The CTO is responsible for the oversight and implementation of innovative recruitment strategies, performance measures, talent acquisition and management, employee relations, compliance and the professional development of the agencies workforce.

Brian Bailey has over 20 years of executive experience in non-profit, private and public sectors. He is a passionate licensed mental health clinician with a plethora of experiences as an entrepreneur, CEO, COO, agency consultant, clinical director and professional development trainer. He has provided support services to agencies that serve families in many diverse populations, including families combating addictions, mental health, medical health care, transitioning youth and adults, caregivers, adjudicated youth, families with special needs, and the structures in which they are involved. He has led in the formulation and implementation of numerous community engagement projects and has structured and facilitated trainings and workshops for executives, program coordinators, administrators and behavioral health service agencies in educational and health care environments throughout the metropolitan area.  He has pioneered the development and implementation of the city-wide “System of Care” agendas that have not only merged service providers with clients, but have equipped providers with tools for implementing effective modalities for their clients’ holistic success. He is adept in retention strategies, assessment techniques, program development, human resources, project management and resiliency.

Brian Bailey served in the District of Columbia for several years anticipating the opportunity to return to his hometown of Baltimore City.  While in the District, he was able to influence and implement one of the first Continuum of Care conferences for more than 1,000 professionals and introduced a plethora of professional development support initiatives for service providers.

He is trained in several clinical models to include the co-authoring of the Radical Positivity Guide of Interventions curriculum.  He has developed and implemented programs and models for multiple organizations including the District’s major government agencies: DCPS, CFSA, DMH, DBH, DPR and various managed care organizations and community-based organizations.

Although his professional counseling background has made him an exceptionally effective mental health clinician, he has created intense professional development programs and has built a knack for major event construction, agency partnering and collaboration and human resource management.

Brian Bailey holds a Bachelor’s degree in sociology / criminal justice and a Master of Arts degree in counseling psychology from Bowie State University and is currently completing a Master’s degree in leadership development.  With immense experience in human services, mediation, counseling, team building, cultural diversity, customer service, leadership development, human resource management  and employee coaching, his number one commitment is to “Building People, to Build People”

Darien E. Nolin

Vice President of Philanthropy & Social Responsibility

As Vice President of Philanthropy & Social Responsibility, Darien provides strategic leadership, vision, and management in the initiation, execution of Total Health Care’s mission driven community engagement and internal development efforts related to addressing community health disparities and health equity.

Previous nonprofit management roles include Managing Director of Operations for Lee Montessori Public Charter Schools of Washington, D.C. and Associate Director of Finance and Operations for Bard College’s Early College Network. Darien has over 15 years of both private and nonprofit experience, allowing him to develop strengths in the areas of process improvement and strategic change while establishing strong, lasting relationships. His career began with the United States General Services Administration, then transitioning to international multimedia company Discovery Communications followed by consulting through Education Pioneers Graduate fellowship as an outsourced finance director.

Darien has a bachelor’s degree from Hampton University and a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins’ Carey School of Business.

Anna Gray, RN

Vice President of Population Health

Anna Gray is a Board Certified Nurse Executive with over 20 years of healthcare leadership. She has served as Director of Quality, Risk Management and Patient Safety at Total Health Care, Inc. for three years.

Prior to her employment at Total Health Care, she served in multiple leadership positions at Lifebridge Health, Inc.  Anna Gray served as the Patient Care Director of Women’s and Children’s Services at Sinai Hospital overseeing Labor and Delivery, Postpartum, NICU, Pediatrics, Pediatric ICU, the Children’s Diagnostic Center and Outpatient Pediatric Oncology.  She also served as the Patient Care Director of The Traumatic Brain Injury Unit, Inpatient Acute Rehabilitation Unit and Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit at Sinai Hospital as well as the Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit at Northwest Hospital.  Under her leadership, a new state of the art Traumatic Brain Injury Unit at Sinai Hospital, as well as a new Behavioral Health Unit at Northwest Hospital were created.  Anna Gray also served as a Nurse Manager for Inpatient and Outpatient Oncology at Sinai Hospital. She also served as Human Resource Manager and Business Partner for Patient Care Services.  

Anna Gray earned a Bachelors Degree in Nursing from the University of Maryland and a Masters Degree in Nursing in Health Systems Management from The Johns Hopkins University.  She also holds a Masters of Arts Degree in Urban Church Ministries from St. Mary’s University and Seminary.