HopeHealth introduces new board members
FLORENCE, S.C. (April 17, 2019) – HopeHealth Board of Directors announced the appointment of four new members at the Annual Meeting held April 9. Joining the board are Barbara Brooks, Teresa Myers Ervin, Andre Dorsey, and Buzz Rogers.
Board members are selected for their expertise in community affairs, local government, business development, social work, and other philanthropic interests.
In keeping with the Federally Qualified Health Center requirement that a majority of directors are served by the center, nine of the 12 board members call HopeHealth their primary health care home.
2019 Board of Directors
Chair: Marie Saleeby, Hospital Administrator & Senior Vice President, McLeod Regional Medical Center
Vice Chair: Ed Frye, Retired Hospital Administrator
Secretary: Antonio Cooper, School Psychologist
Treasurer: Martina Love, Attorney
John Jebaily, Broker
Joy Barnes, Retired Registered Nurse
Mauro Diaz, Volunteer Physician
Ednaliz Rodriquez-Medina, Physician/Student
Barbara Brooks, Retired Nurse
Buzz Rogers, CPA
Andre Dorsey, Director of Parks & Recreation, Williamsburg County
Teresa Myers Ervin, City Councilwoman
Rotating off the board were Tom Shearin, Collections Manager for the City of Florence, who served as Vice Chair; Elizabeth Poston, a social worker; Jeanie Brown-Burrows, Williamsburg County Councilwoman; and Brandis Winstead, Moore Intermediate Elementary School Counselor.
For more about our leadership, visit www.hope-health.org/leadership.
HopeHealth is one of 23 nonprofit, federally qualified health centers in South Carolina and provides quality and affordable health care services to individuals in Florence, Clarendon, and Williamsburg Counties.