About us

We’re Hopscotch Primary Care and we go above and beyond to make best in-class healthcare simple and accessible.

We’re transforming healthcare in rural communities through advanced primary care because we believe high-quality healthcare should be simple and accessible for everyone.

Who we are

We're a primary care provider that knows the importance of building a community of care centered around the needs of our patients.

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Our story

We founded Hopscotch Primary Care to transform rural healthcare across America through exceptional primary care. Most of our team came to Hopscotch with deep experience in healthcare and a deep belief that we could rebuild healthcare as it should be.

To make this happen, we knew we were going to have to build something brand new. Our company was built on purpose and mission. We leverage strength in the communities we seek to serve, combine it with our skill and expertise, and then partner with incredible doctors and care teams who deliver great care to patients.

To us, the name Hopscotch represents the simplicity and accessibility we believe healthcare should have and restores the fun, nimble quickness, and passion to an industry otherwise known for complexity and burden for so many.

What we believe

At Hopscotch Primary Care, our true north is serving our patients and the care teams who serve them. Our culture is what unifies us, underpins everything we do, and ultimately lays the foundation for us to achieve our mission and vision.

We believe that when you invest in culture, commit to values, and hand good people the possibility, great things happen.

Meet our leadership

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Kristin Myers


Kristin has dedicated her career to healthcare and brings 20+ years of experience across the provider, clinical operations, payer, financial services, and medtech sectors to transform rural healthcare through Hopscotch Primary Care. Her experience spans start-up, growth stage and large public companies. 

An engineer at heart, Kristin loves to solve problems, build things, and make things better, in business, for people and for culture. She is a major advocate for health equity, value-based care and engaging physicians to accelerate innovative care models. 

Kristin earned her B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from UW-Madison and her MBA from Harvard University. 

Kristin and her husband Dave, a physician, have three little boys. An avid endurance athlete and Bikram yogi, she embraces any fitness endeavor and loves group fitness classes.

“Those who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who actually do.”

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Rath Chau


Rath is a Family Medicine trained physician who has dedicated his life to daring to do great things. This has stemmed from a strong sense of gratitude given his refugee background as a child of the Vietnam war and survivor of the Cambodian Killing Fields. His experience includes time at multiple startups and leading Provider teams across multiple settings.

Rath is an engineer at heart having received his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Northwestern University. He then received his MD/MPH at Saint George's University before completing his medical training at the University of Florida. He previously practiced at Centegra Health Systems, Accelecare, and Oak Street Health prior to joining Hopscotch Primary Care.

Rath and his wife Tamayo, who is also a physician, have two kids, a 12-year-old daughter and 7-year-old son. The family leads an active life with Rath and his wife having completed multiple marathons and their kids are also in sports, including swimming and baseball.

"If you want to go quickly, go alone. But if you want to go far, go together."

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Andrew James


Drew brings over 15 years of experience across healthcare, private equity, consulting, and financial services to Hopscotch Primary Care. He thrives on teams dedicated to tackling complex problems in healthcare and is thrilled to be part of the Hopscotch team on a mission to transform healthcare in rural communities through exceptional primary care.

Drew received an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and a BS in commerce, with a minor in economics, from the University of Virginia.

Drew and his wife, Lindsay, have four kids.  He enjoys an active life with his family and seizes every opportunity to go for an outdoor run or play any sport involving a racquet.

“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.”

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