Daun Martin, Ph.D.
Dr. Martin, Ph.D., CCHP is a Health Care Consultant working closely with The Registry of Physician Specialists (RPS). She serves on the Health Care Executive Management Team focusing on healthcare leadership and management issues; providing training, program development and evaluation. She has been a consultant with RPS on and off for many years, initially co-authoring a manual, PLAYBOOK 2000: Guidelines for Correctional Care for psychiatric practice in a prison setting.
Dr. Martin, Ph.D. started her career in mental health as the Executive Director of a Community Mental Health Center in Michigan, later becoming the State Mental Health Director in Florida. After serving as a consultant with Community Psychiatric Centers in Southern California on the development of public health programs she spent 11 plus years, with the Californian Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR). She was an institutional Healthcare Manager/Chief Executive Officer, overseeing the full range of inmate health care needs in two women’s prisons.
Dr. Martin is active with the National Commission on Correctional Health Care, She is a Certified Correctional Health Provider (CCHP) and has been a Jail and Prison System Site Surveyor for the Commission since 2008. She has made numerous presentations at professional associations and conferences across the country in the areas of healthcare leadership and management. She has taught in several Universities and is Past President of the California State Psychological Association.
John O'Shaughnessy is a Health Care Consultant working with the Registry of Physician Specialists. He is a member of the Health Care Executive Team, with a focus on management, program development and training.
Mr. O'Shaughnessy has over 30 years of experience, working in paroles, prisons and health care. In the early part of his career he was a Parole Agent I, Unit Supervisor and District Administrator in Alameda and San Francisco counties. He then became a Program Administrator and San Quentin State Prison and later an Associate Warden.
His most recent experience has been the correctional health care. He was the Chief of Health Care Administration and the Chief of Mental Health for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. After leaving state service he became the Chief of Health Care Services for Sacramento County.
Mr. O'Shaughnessy is a frequent speaker at correctional health care conferences in various areas, including administration and program development. He has taught at several colleges and holds a lifetime teaching credential.
The Registry’s Executive Team is charged with diversifying the client base in locum tenum and staffing recruitment. We have management assessment and quality assurance protocols to maximize the utilization of resources for public and private health care organizations.