Caleb Siem, MH
Caleb joined The Center in January of 2016 and brings over fifteen years of health care experience. As a Program Specialist he provides technical assistance with the Technical Assistance and Services Center (TASC) to the state Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility (Flex) Program grantees.
Caleb has a Master of Humanities from the University of Colorado Denver where he focused on philosophy and bioethics and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Northern Colorado with an emphasis on ethics and public policy and a minor in political science. He brings experience as a state Flex Coordinator where he managed programs for critical access hospitals. Caleb worked as a nurse’s aide while working through college which provided great perspective and appreciation of the patient experience. He also has been a member of numerous ethics committees. Caleb has numerous presentations to his credit including death notification ethics lectures to coroners, first responders, hospitals and most recently was honored to be the key note speaker for the Dietetics in Health Care Communities Meeting in 2015.