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Board of Health Members


Patricia is a Professora Emerita at the University of Wisconsin - Madison School of Nursing.
City appointee

LEZLI REDMOND, 1st vice chair

Ms. Redmond is the Outreach and Communications Manager for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Ms. Redmond has over 20 years of experience improving population health through education and training, research dissemination, systems change, communications and policy.
County appointee

dr. jerry halverson, 2nd vice chair

Dr. Halverson is a Psychiatrist and practices in Madison and Oconomowoc. He is the Medical Director of Adult Services at Rogers Memorial Hospital in Oconomowoc, a Clinical Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health in Madison, and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. He has been very involved in public health and general health initiatives through the Dane County Medical Society (where he was a past president), Wisconsin Psychiatric Association (where he is the current president) as well as the Wisconsin Medical Society (where he represents Madison and Dane County on the Board as well as being the current chair of legislation) and the Wisconsin Hospital Association, where he has worked on task forces to improve access to mental health.


Alder Phair represents District 20 for the City of Madison. He teaches at Mount Horeb Middle School.
City appointee

Murray Katcher

Mr. Katcher served as a professor of pediatrics for 30-plus years. He has been involved with numerous organizations, including serving as the medical director for the Salvation Army MEDIC Homeless Shelter Clinic.
City of Madison resident

Bob Salov

Bob Salov is District 37 Supervisor for Dane County. He is President of Pulsant Technologies in Madison, Wisconsin and lives in Cambridge, Wisconsin. He has been Director of the Cambridge Emergency Medical Services for the past 5 years, and has been an active Emergency Medical Technician for 15 years.
County Board Supervisor

Paula Tran Inzeo

Paula Tran Inzeo is the Director of the Mobilizing Action Towards Community Health (MATCH) Program at the UW Madison Population Health Institute. Ms. Tran Inzeo's areas of research and practice focus on topics of health equity and health equity capacity building, collective community action, power building, and health in all policies. She received her BS and MPH from UW Madison and is currently a doctoral candidate in the Civil Society and Community Research PhD program in the UW School of Human Ecology.
City appointee