Employees

Employees

Christina Potts
Executive Director
Christina Potts is a Pocatello native. She graduated in the spring of 2017 with a bachelor of science in healthcare administration and a minor in business. She plans to obtain a master’s in business administration or healthcare administration. She has many years of management experience. In addition, she has a passion for healthcare and helping others. Christina has two children, Aunikah (age 9) and Micah (age 4). She loves spending time with her children. She also enjoys cleaning, rollerblading, hiking, exercising, and attending concerts.
Cynthia Bunde
MPAS, PA-C - Physician Assistant
For a little over two years, Cindy has been the staff healthcare provider here at the Pocatello Free Clinic. As a physician assistant (PA), she performs patient exams, orders and interprets labs, conducts minor procedures and prescribes medications and other treatments to patients. She especially loves educating patients on their health and jointly finding solutions to help them feel better and live longer, more functional lives. Cindy has been a PA for 17 years, with experience in psychiatry, women's health, family medicine and has taught full-time at Idaho State University for several years. She is a Pocatello native, loves to read, cook, crochet, and enjoys outdoor activities with her two kids and husband. Cindy states, "the art and practice of medicine is so much more than prescribing pills - it's offering comfort, listening, negotiating, educating, being a cheerleader and an advocate. It's so rewarding when I see blood pressures normalize, migraines resolve, depression lift and blood sugars return to normal. I enjoy our patients' diverse personalities, backgrounds and health needs, and appreciate their gratitude. I feel so lucky to love my job and work with a staff and volunteers equally committed to our mission to provide healthcare to those without insurance."
Dillon Webb
IT Manager
"I'm a first generation college graduate with a thirst for knowledge, a desire to succeed, and motivation to change the world. I've worked in Information Technology in one way or another for about 7 years, 10 if you include the time I spent learning to type and navigate (and break) Windows 95. However, at the ripe age of 21, I now work as the senior technician at Portneuf Medical Center; and manage a small consulting firm on the side. The Pocatello Free Clinic provided me with the basis of instructional implementation that made my position at Portneuf possible. Throughout my time at the clinic we've been able integrate an Electronic Medical Record system, a comprehensive collaboration suite for all employees, and an identity management provider. All while operating inside various regulatory requirements (lemme tell you, that's a fun time)."
Katie Zollinger
Nursing Assistant
Katie joined our clinic in the fall of 2017. She has always known that she wanted to work in the medical field from a very young age. She grew up in Southeastern Idaho and now attends collage at Idaho State University. Katie has a passion for providing quality care to her patients to ensure they get the best care possible.