Bayshore Medical Center, an HCA-affiliated hospital, is lead by a team of more than 1,500 employees and 250 physicians. Supporting this team is an impressive board of trustees that includes highly respected physician and community business leaders.
Our board of trustees helps evaluate the hospital's delivery of health care and helps develop new programs that ensure our patients receive the most advanced, cost-effective health care close to home. This is a combined board between both Bayshore Medical Center and East Houston Regional Medical Center.
Meet Our Board
Jeanna Barnard, FACHE, CEO, Bayshore Medical Center
Jeanna Barnard, CEO, joined Bayshore Medical Center and East Houston Regional Medical Center 15 years ago. Prior to working with HCA, Barnard worked for other healthcare organizations and brings over 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry to Bayshore. Over these years, she has acquired a strong knowledge of Southeast Harris County and is happy to have collaborative relationships with medical staff and employees of the Bayshore and East Houston campuses as well as key community leaders and stakeholders.
Jeanna received her Bachelor Degree and MBA from the University of Houston – Clear Lake. She has achieved the level of Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on the Board of Directors for the Southeast Texas Chapter. She is also a member of the Pasadena Rotary Club and a member of the Board of Directors for the San Jacinto College Foundation.
Jeanna and her husband, Barry, have three children.
Alice Hopkins Adams, CEO, East Houston Regional Medical Center
Alice Hopkins Adams, CEO, came to East Houston Regional Medical Center in 2011 from Texas Orthopedic Hospital where she served as Chief Executive Officer from 2007-2011. Prior to working at Texas Orthopedic Hospital, Adams worked in other HCA facilities as Chief Operating Officer, Chief Nursing Officer and Assistant Director of Nursing.
Adams holds a Master of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and received both her Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and Associate Degree in Nursing from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. Adams is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a member of the North Shore Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
Adams has been married for 24 years and enjoys spending time with her family including two sons, three dogs and one cat.
Dr. Charles Bessire
Dr. Charles Bessire has been in family practice for more than 47 years and is the medical director at Lubrizol. Dr. Bessire has held numerous leadership positions at Pasadena General Hospital and at Bayshore Medical Center, including chief of staff and chairman of the Department of Family Practice.
As part of his extensive community involvement, he has actively participated in the Harris County Medical Society including serving as President in 1988; the Gulf Coast IPA; the Harris County Medical Society; TEXPAC; MCIC; EXCEL IPA; Director of Public Health for the City of Pasadena; Medical Director of Pasadena CARE; the Texas Medical Center; the Houston Museum of Natural Science; the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center; and the Utilization Review and Pre-certification Cap Care Texas.
Dr. Bessire was born in the Texas Hill County. He is a graduate of The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and served as an Army Flight Surgeon for two years. He is a member of the American Medical Association; Texas Medical Association; Harris County Medical Society; American Academy of Family Physicians; Texas Academy of Family Physicians; American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians; Diplomat of the American Board of Family Practice; and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians.
He and his wife, Lily, have been residents of the Pasadena area for many years and have two children and four grandchildren.
Wilfred J. Broussard
Wilfred J. Broussard has been in Real Estate for more than 30 years and is the President of Broussard’s Real Estate Investments Group, LLC.
Broussard received his Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas Southern University. He is an active member of his community and participates as the President for the Galena Park Independent School District Board of Trustees, and he is a Board Member of the North Channel Chamber of Commerce.
He has been married over 20 years to his wife Angela. They have one daughter.
Lorie Cram, M.D.
Dr. Lorie Cram practices family medicine at East Houston Regional Medical Center and St. Joseph Medical Center. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Family Medicine and has lived most of her life in Houston.
She received a bachelor’s degree from Baylor University, and then worked in molecular biology research before attending medical school. She graduated from University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston and completed her residency and training at St. Joseph Hospital in Houston, where she served as chief resident. She earned her MBA from University of Texas at Dallas.
Dr. Cram is a member of the Harris County Medical Society, American Academy of Family Medicine and the Texas Academy of Family Medicine.
Han H. Dang, M.D.
Dr. Han Dang is currently practices as a Nephrologists at Kidney Associates, PLLC at East Houston Regional Medical Center. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Texas in Austin and obtained a Master of Public Health degree at the University of Texas-School of Public Health. He is a graduate of University of Texas-Houston Medical School and did his internal medicine residency and nephrology fellowship at the University of Texas in Houston. He is a member of the Medical Staff Credentials Committee and Board of Trustees.
Serita Dickey, R.N.
Serita Dickey, R.N. is director of SACS Compliance and Associate Deal of Health Sciences and Business and Health Natural Sciences of San Jacinto College North. Prior to these posts, she served as Department Chair of Vocational Nursing program, Assistant Program Coordinator for Vocational Nursing program, and Instructor of Vocational Nursing.
She previously worked for the Harris County Psychiatric Hospital in forensics, psychiatry and civil commitment.
She is a member of the Texas Association of Vocational Nurse Educators, the Bayou Council of Vocational Nurse Educators, Sigma Theta Tau, International Nursing Honor Society; Kappa Delta Pi; Texas Association of College Technical Educators; and Texas Association of Instructional Administrators. Her community involvement includes Violence Against Women and the Galena Park ISD Health Services Advisory Committee.
Dickey earned a bachelor’s degree from the University Of Texas School Of Nursing at Houston and a master’s degree from Texas Woman's University. She is married to Horace Dickey, a retired deputy sheriff; they have two children and five grandchildren.
Rick J. Guerrero
Rick Guerrero was born in Brownsville, Texas in 1961 and has been a Pasadena area resident for about 30 years. Rick Guerrero graduated from Homer Hanna High School and attended The University of Texas at Brownsville before relocating to the Pasadena area in 1983. Rick married Maria Rodriguez in 2001 and together have a blended family of two sons and two daughters.
Working with people and helping small and large business owners has been a lifelong career for Rick Guerrero. Beginning with over 25 years’ experience in upper management, he was awarded the Outstanding Performance Award in 1993 and Manager of the Year in 2000. He then changed directions to Real Estate in 2004. His firm specializes in working with buyers and sellers, tenants and landlords, for residential and commercial properties. He is a licensed Real Estate Broker and his designations include; Accredited Buyer Representative, Accredited Luxury Home Specialist, Graduate of the Realtor Institute, Short Sale and Foreclosure Specialist and currently a candidate for a Certified Property Manager. Rick is an active member in the National Association of Realtors, Texas Association of Realtors and the Houston Association of Realtors.
As president of ARG Real Estate, LLC, he is active in both professional and civic organizations. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Pasadena Kiwanis Club, Board of Trustees of Bayshore Medical Center, Vice Chairman of the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce, Chairman of Sarah’s House, Chairman of San Jacinto YMCA and Past Chairman of the Pasadena Hispanic Business Council. He is also a board member of the Pasadena ISD Education Foundation and an Ex-Oficio of the Pasadena Live Stock Show & Rodeo.
Rick and his wife Maria enjoy traveling the United States and abroad.
Joe Harden Harwell
Joe Harden Harwell is President and CEO of United Community Credit Union. He has held this position since 1995.
Mr. Harwell has been in senior management in banking and credit unions for over 35 years. He was born and raised in the Texas Hill Country and is an alumni of Southwest Texas State University (TSU).
He is dedicated to his community and has served in the following areas: Centennial President of Galena Park/ San Jacinto Rotary Club; member of the board, San Jacinto College Foundation, current Present of Galena Park ISD Education Foundation; board member of Sheldon ISD Education Foundation.
His wife Jie has worked as a teacher for Galena Park ISD for 6 years.
Judson Henderson, M.D.
Dr. Judson Henderson practices family and preventative medicine at East Houston Regional Medical Center and San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Family Medicine and several other societies. Dr. Henderson has lived most of his life in Houston. For many years he authored a weekly newspaper column on preventative medicine, "An Apple a Day…"
He received a bachelor’s degree from University of Houston, Magna cum Laude and his MD degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch. He completed a one-year pediatric residency before serving four years in the U. S. Air Force. He completed the Family Practice boards under the grandfather option after discharge.
Dr. Henderson is married to Patricia, has 3 grown children and 3 grandchildren. He enjoys ballroom dancing, Schutzhund dog training, and computer science.
Abdul Moosa, M.D.
Dr. Abdul Moosa is board certified by the American Board of Family Practice. He has been practicing in the Houston area for more than 20 years after completing a residency at the St. Joseph’ Hospital and Medical Center in Paterson, New Jersey. Dr. Moosa serves as the Medical Director of the Wound Care Center at Bayshore Medical Center and is very active as a medical staff leader.
Dr. Moosa is married to Ashma, and has 2 children. He is very active in the community through the Islamic Medical Association of Houston and the Health Authority for the City of LaPorte.
Dean Nasser, M.D.
Dr. Dean Nasser is originally from South Florida. He holds a B.A. in Economics from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and received his Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Miami Medical School in 1998. Dr. Nasser completed his internal medicine residency training at the University of Texas Health and Science Center in San Antonio, Texas, and he finished his fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care at Tulane University Health and Science Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.
He has been dedicated to community service for many years, particularly as an advocate on the risks of tobacco use and a speaker in smoking prevention campaigns for high school students in programs such as STATS (Students Against Teen Smoking). He has provided medical care to the homeless population of Miami, Florida through the Camilus Health Concern program and has also participated as committee member and Chairman of the University of Miami Florida Keys Health Fair, providing health screening services to underserved populations in the Lower Keys areas.
While practicing in Houston for the last several years, he has participated in a variety of fundraising activities for humanitarian, environmental and medical causes. He is a member of the American Council of Chest Physicians and the Harris County Medical Society. Dr. Nasser has been the Chairman of the Critical Care and ICU Committee for The Woman's Hospital of Texas since 2006 and was the Chairman of the Internal Medicine Department for 2007 at East Houston Regional Medical Center. Since 2008, Dr. Nasser has been the Vice Chief of Staff for Bayshore Medical Center and East Houston Regional Medical Center and a member of the Board of Trustees for Bayshore Medical Center.
Dr. Nasser is married to Dr. Alana Kennedy Nasser, a pediatric hematologist-oncologist, and they have 4 children and reside in the Greater Houston Area.
The Honorable Mike Parrott
Judge Mike Parrott was born and raised in Galena Park, Texas and attended Galena Park High School and the University of Houston. He is a member of the Holy Trinity Methodist Church. He is married to his high school sweetheart, Deby. They have two children and three grandchildren. He is a lifetime resident of the Galena Park/North Shore area and is proud of his community. He and his family are all graduates of Galena Park ISD. His wife Deby is a retired Region IV Teacher of the Year, his son teaches at North Shore High School and his daughter teaches at North Shore Middle School.
Judge Parrott worked for the Precinct Two Harris County Commissioner for 18 years as the Superintendent of Parks prior to his election. He was elected Harris County Justice of the Peace Court, Precinct 3, Place 1 on January 1, 1993. He now presides over the 4th largest JP court in Harris County. He is very active with the youth in our community and believes that motivating students to learn is the key to their future. In 1993, he kept his campaign promise and implemented a Teen Court Program for area students. He is still committed to this program and now has students participating from North Shore High School, Humble High School, Channelview High School, Forest Brook High School and C.E. King High School. He is proud to say that five members of his Teen Court have gone on to become attorneys working for the District Attorney’s office and private firms.
Judge Parrott is affiliated with the following professional organizations:
East Houston Regional Medical Center Board, Jacques Demolay Masonic Lodge #1390, 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Valley of Houston, Baytown Shrine Club, Houston North Forest Chamber, North Channel Chamber of Commerce, Baytown Chamber of Commerce, Highlands Chamber of Commerce, Crosby/Huffman Chamber of Commerce. He was also past President of the following organizations: Wendel D. Ley YMCA, Galena Park Chamber of Commerce, and North Channel Optimist Club. He is a past member of the Boys and Girls Harbor Board, Chairman of the Raven District for the Boy Scouts of America, Grayson Community Center Advisory Board, East Harris County Senior Citizens Board, and the Soccer 2000 Board. Judge Parrott has received the following honors: the Paul Harris Fellow Award from the North Shore Rotary and Highlands Rotary Clubs; the Masonic Community Builder Award, Man of the Year Award from Galena Park Chamber, the YMCA Clyde Speed Award, the Galena Park Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Sportsman of the Year Award, and the North Channel Optimist of the Year. He is a lifetime Member of the Parent-Teacher Association and The 100 Club.
Former Council member and Mayor Pro Tem Dana Philibert was born in Houston, Texas in 1967 and has been a Pasadena resident for more than 30 years. Philibert graduated from South Houston High School before completing her bachelor's degree from Texas A&M University in 1989. Shortly after, Dana married her high-school sweetheart, Bill Philibert, and the Philibert’s have three children.
As president of the Philibert Insurance Agency, Inc., she is active in both professional and civic programs. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Pasadena Rotary, on the Board of Trustees of Bayshore Medical Center, and is the Past Chair for the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce. She is also the past president of the Pasadena ISD Education Foundation and a founding member of the Economic Alliance - Port Region. Dana is lifetime member of the Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo serving on the Equine Committee for over 15 years and is a member of the Pasadena Historical Society. She is also a member of the Texas Invitational Steering Committee and the past-president of the Pasadena Pet Adoption. Dana was selected as South Houston High School's "Outstanding Alumnus" and was the 2006 recipient of the "Small Business of the Year" from the Chamber of Commerce. She serves her religious community as a board member and Sunday school teacher. Dana has served as president of the San Jacinto Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors and as a Board Member for the San Jacinto YMCA. Philibert was the Pasadena Chamber 2010 Citizen of the year and the Pasadena ISD 2011 Citizen of the year. She currently serves as President of her congregation, Temple Beth TikVah.
Helping people and small business owners has been a lifelong career for Beckie Stockstill-Cobb. Beginning with 20 years in the banking industry, she then changed directions to Stockstill & Associates Insurance Agency in 1999. Her agency specializes in health, life, dental, long-term care, and disability benefits, as well as IRA's and retirement plans for groups and individuals. She is a licensed Health and Life agent, has Certified Benefit Consultant and Senior Benefit Specialist designations, holds a Series 6 Security License and is a member of the National Association of Health Underwriters.
Mrs. Stockstill has been active in the Deer Park community for over 25 years. Her involvement with the Deer Park Chamber of Commerce includes serving on the Board of Directors twice, being part of the Ambassadors for over 20 years and has chaired numerous committees. She is also an active member of the Deer Park Rotary, Pasadena Chamber of Commerce, and serves on the Pasadena Bayshore Medical Center Board of Trustees.
Mrs. Stockstill is presently serving her third term as Councilmember, Position 5, for the City of Deer Park, which is very dear to her heart. She has chaired the Economic Development committee, currently chairs the Historic/Tourism committee for the City, serves on the Revitalization committee and is active in County, State and National associations for municipal government. Mrs. Stockstill is diligently seeking to make sure that growth and change has a positive outcome in her City.
Mrs. Stockstil is married to Johnny Cobb. Their family includes four daughters and two granddaughters.
Nelda Sullivan, retired vice president and branch manager of a local bank, has 40 years of banking and management experience. She was first elected to the Pasadena ISD Board Of Trustees in January of 1993 and has served continuously since that time and on May 9, 2009 was elected to an additional three year term. This election falls under the scope of the Texas Election Commission. PISD is the 11th largest school district in the state of Texas, with over 51,000 students and 7,000 employees.
Her involvement in civic activities includes leadership roles on the Board of Trustees Bayshore Medical Center of which she is immediate past president. Other activities include past leadership roles in South Pasadena Rotary, Soroptimist International of Pasadena, Pasadena Philharmonic Association, North Pasadena Business Association, the American Heart Association and Boy Scouts of America. She is an active member of Sunset United Methodist Church, the Pasadena Police Academy Advisory Board, the Pasadena-Hadano, Japan Sister City Association (serving as a host family on numerous occasions), and she is a graduate of Class #2 of the Pasadena Citizens Police Academy.
Nelda was honored as Citizen of the Year by the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce in 1993, and honored in 1993 as a Woman of Excellence by the Houston Federation of Business Women. She was also awarded a Congressional Certificate by the 29th Congressional District of the State of Texas in 1995 for outstanding volunteer service to the cities of Houston and Pasadena. In 1990, she was named Volunteer of the Year by the East Harris County Division of the American Heart Association. In addition, she is a Rotary Paul Harris Fellow.
Nelda is the surviving spouse of Charles A. Sullivan, a retiree of Albemarle Corp.; they were married 59 years. Nelda is a mother of three, grandmother of seven and great-grandmother of six.
Milicent Triche, M.D.
Dr. Milicent Triche is a native of Kansas City, Missouri and has been a member of the Houston community since 2002. Dr. Triche attended Xavier University of Louisiana for her undergraduate education and went on to the University of Texas-Houston School of Public Health where she earned a Masters of Public Health in Health Education and Health Promotion. She received her medical degree from St. Louis University School of Medicine in 2002. She completed her residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2006 at Lyndon B. Johnson General Hospital in Houston, Texas. She has been in private practice since that time. Dr. Triche is currently in solo practice at Full Circle OB/GYN Clinic in East Houston. She serves as volunteer faculty for The Methodist Hospital OB/GYN residency program, medical director of the Midwives of East Houston satellite clinics as well as a member of the Board of Trustees for Bayshore Medical Center. She is board certified and a fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She is a member of the Mary Susan Moore Medical Society, Texas Medical Association and National Medical Association. She is married with three children.
Maura Walsh, President, HCA Gulf Coast Division
More than 12,600 employees and 3,500 affiliated physicians share a unified commitment to the health of our communities. Across geography and medical specialties, the HCA Gulf Coast Division is creating a continuum of services that supports optimal quality care.
President of the Gulf Coast Division of HCA, Maura Walsh, is committed to continuing HCA’s legacy of excellent and compassionate care. Exemplifying a grass roots approach to understanding her communities’ healthcare needs she participates actively as a Board Member within local organizations including: American Heart Association and the Greater Houston Partnership. Maura is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on the American Hospital Association Governing Council.
With a major presence in Houston and South Texas, our services have a far reaching impact on the care provided within these communities. Our family of 12 hospitals includes: Bayshore Medical Center/East Houston Regional Medical Center (a campus of Bayshore Medical Center), Clear Lake Regional Medical Center, Conroe Regional Medical Center, Corpus Christi Medical Center, Kingwood Medical Center, Mainland Medical Center, Rio Grande Regional Hospital, Spring Branch Medical Center, Texas Orthopedic Hospital, The Woman’s Hospital of Texas, Valley Regional Medical Center and West Houston Medical Center. Care is also enhanced by 7 ambulatory surgery centers, 4 HealthOne Emergency Care Centers and the HealthOne Regional Transfer Center, which coordinates ground and air patient transportation.
HCA Gulf Coast Division is growing to meet the needs of our communities. Recently, West Houston Medical Center broke ground on a project to increase services and add more than 95,000 square feet of new construction and 33,000 square feet of renovations. Kingwood Medical Center is also expanding adding 54,000 square feet, two new floors and 56 private beds with telemetry capabilities in 2010. The Woman’s Hospital of Texas completed the construction of a 92-bed patient tower in 2009 and we continue to grow our 6 open heart surgery programs while facility and technological improvements are ongoing across the system. The concept of technologically-advanced care delivered with compassion, and created to meet each patient’s individual circumstance, is the cornerstone of our mission to put patients first.
A. Ross Webster, M.D.
Dr. A. Ross Webster has been a General Surgeon for 40 years and is a partner of Coastal Surgical Group. He completed his residency in Montreal, Canada at the Royal Victoria General Hospital at McGill University. He is board certified in general surgery and is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons. Dr. Webster has served in various leadership positions at Bayshore Medical Center over the years and is currently the Chief of Staff and Medical Director of the Trauma Program.
He has 4 children. As a hobby vintage cars is his passion.
Laurel Williamson, PhD
Dr. Laurel V. Williamson, vice chancellor for instruction and student services of San Jacinto Community College, has served as academic officer of Valencia Community College in Florida and Lower Columbia College in Washington. She also served as Director of Curriculum Development at Southwest Mississippi Community College.
A lifelong learner, Dr. Williamson is an innovative, visionary leader with over 25 years of career experience in education and leadership in a community college setting. She is a respected leader, instructor, and administrator with success in budget management, grant development, strategic planning, accreditation, curriculum and program development, and community outreach. She has substantial background in overseeing programs in professional/technical, academic, and community and continuing education and in leading staff development and training. Dr. Williamson has made presentations at the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development, the Association of Community Colleges, the Association of Community College Trustees, the International Conference on the First Year Experience and Students in Transition, and the League for Innovation. She is a graduate of the Harvard Institute of Educational Management.
Dr. Williamson is the recipient of the Outstanding First Year Student Advocate award from the Resource Center for the First-year Experience and Students in Transition at the University of South Carolina and the Outstanding Administrator award from the National Association of Developmental Education. She is the winner of an Instructional Leadership Award from the National Community College Chair Conference, Olympics of Leadership. She also won the Thomas Burnett Swan Poetry Award and the NISOD Teaching Excellence Award. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of the Western United States and past president of the Board of Directors of the Osceola County Center for the Arts (Florida) and past president of the Board of Directors of the Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts (Washington). She holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology, a master’s degree in American Literature from the University of Southern Mississippi, and a doctorate degree in English Literature from the University of South Florida. She has published essays, book reviews, and poetry. Dr. Williamson is a veteran of the U. S. Army.
Gerhard Wittich, M.D.
Dr. Gerhard Wittich is a board certified Interventional Radiologist. He completed his residency at the University of Vienna in Austria and a fellowship at the University of California in San Diego. He served on the faculty of Stanford University and the University of Texas Medical Branch. Wittich has served in various leadership roles at Bayshore Medical Center since 2001, including Chief of Staff. He is also a long-standing member of the Institutional Review Board.
Gerhard and his wife Gail have 3 children, and they enjoy sailing in their free time.
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