COLLEGE OF HEALTHCARE EXECUTIVES ELECTS 24 NEW REGENTS
March 16, 2002Twenty-four healthcare executives have been elected
to serve as Regents for the American College of Healthcare Executives,
an international professional society of nearly 30,000 healthcare executives.
Regents took office today at the Council of Regents meeting during ACHE's
2002 Congress on Healthcare Management at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Chicago.
All board certified in healthcare management, these Regents will serve
four-year terms representing ACHE affiliates in their respective jurisdictions.
In addition, seven ACHE Regents-at-Large will represent ACHE affiliates
in general and serve to ensure that the composition of the Board reflects
diversity in the field of healthcare management.
are the new Regents and the jurisdictions they represent:
Force-Central Region - Maj Cori A. Culver, USAF, MSC, FACHE, chief,
MSC Utilization & Education Branch, HQ Air Force Personnel Center, Randolph
Kingdom - Stanley M. Grube, FACHE, president, Morris, Marion Associates,
A - J. Craig Honaman, FACHE, executive vice president, Haney & Associates,
and principal, H & H Consulting Partners, Atlanta.
Illinois - William E. Kessler, FACHE, president and chief executive
officer, Saint Anthony's Health Center, Alton.
- Erie J. Hebert, Jr., FACHE, senior vice president, West Jefferson
Medical Center, Marrero.
- James S. Kaigler, FACHE, president and chief executive officer,
Memorial Hospital, Gulfport.
Region - James "Bernie" Poindexter III, FACHE, LCDR, MSC, USN, defense
health program analyst, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Program
Analysis and Evaluation, Washington, D.C.
- Diana L. Smalley, FACHE, vice president, Operations, Alegent Health,
Land, FACHE, president and chief executive officer, Heart Hospital of
New Mexico, Albuquerque.
York-Empire Area - Nick A. Fabrizio, Ph.D., CHE, practice administrator
and assistant professor, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse.
York-Hudson Valley/Adirondack Area - Richard J. Henley, FACHE, executive
vice president, Health Quest, Poughkeepsie.
- Dennis E. Franks, FACHE, director of Ambulatory Practice/Managed
Care, Choctaw Nation Health Service Authority, Talihina.
Pennsylvania - Michelle M. Robertson, CHE, director of Planning
and Managed Care, Hamot Health Foundation, Erie.
Enrique Baquero-Navarro, CHE, president, Cyber Tech, Inc., San Juan.
Tennessee - Robert P. Main, FACHE, president and chief executive
officer, Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation, Chattanooga.
Tennessee - W. Thomas Deweese, FACHE, regional executive, American
Hospital Association, Nashville.
Texas - Tim Lancaster, FACHE, chief executive officer, Brownwood
Regional Medical Center, Brownwood.
District 1 - Sandra M. Iberger, CHE, vice president, Administration,
St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center, New York, representing affiliates
in the Atlantic Provinces (New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia,
and Prince Edward Island), Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire,
New York, Ontario, Quebec, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
District 2 - Jeffrey A. Tiesi, FACHE, vice president, Cardiovascular
Services, Guthrie Healthcare System, Sayre, Pa., representing affiliates
in Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
District 3 - Kenneth R. White, Ph.D., FACHE, associate professor
and director, Graduate Program in Health Administration, Virginia Commonwealth
University, Richmond, representing affiliates in Kentucky, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.
District 4 - Andrea R. Price, FACHE, executive vice president and
chief operating officer, Hurley Medical Center, Flint, Mich., representing
affiliates in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin. ·
District 6 - Cris A. Curnutt, CHE, director of Health Centers, Texas
Children's Hospital, Houston, representing affiliates in Arkansas, Louisiana,
New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.
District 7 - LeeAnne Wrenn, FACHE, director, Facilities and Properties,
Tuality Healthcare, Hillsboro, Ore., representing affiliates in Alaska,
Arizona, California, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington,
and Western Canada (Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Northwest Territories,
Saskatchewan, Yukon Territory).
District 9 - Marie Cameron, FACHE, president and chief executive
officer, Southwest Hospital & Medical Center, Atlanta, representing
affiliates in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and Puerto Rico.
Deborah A. Labb, (312) 424-9426