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In­te­gris Bap­tist Med­i­cal Cen­ter adds Neu­rol­o­gist Chelsea Berkley. Berkley grad­u­ated from South­ern Nazarene Univer­sity summa cum laude with a bach­e­lor’s of science de­gree in bi­ol­ogy and chem­istry. Berkley re­ceived her med­i­cal de­gree from the Univer­sity Of Ok­la­homa Col­lege of Medicine. She is a mem­ber of the Amer­i­can Academy of Neu­rol­ogy.

SSM Health St. An­thony Hos­pi­tal adds Jeanne Sands as In­te­grated Health Tech­nolo­gies Re­gional Vice Pres­i­dent. Sands earned a Master of Busi­ness Ad­min­is­tra­tion from the Univer­sity of Wis­con­sin, and is cer­ti­fied as a reg­is­tered health in­for­ma­tion ad­min­is­tra­tor. In her new role, she will be re­spon­si­ble for over­see­ing all in­for­ma­tion tech­nol­ogy func­tions for the Ok­la­homa re­gion of SSM Health. Ok­la­homa State Univer­sity’s Spears School of

Busi­ness names two new depart­ment heads: Tom Brown, School of Mar­ket­ing and In­ter­na­tional Busi­ness, and Au­drey Gram­ling, School of Ac­count­ing. Brown, a Spears pro­fes­sor since 1997, rises into his new po­si­tion. Gram­ling, with more than 20 years of ac­count­ing fac­ulty ex­pe­ri­ence, ar­rives from her most re­cent po­si­tion at Colorado State Univer­sity. Brown has two de­grees from OSU, earn­ing his bach­e­lor’s in mar­ket­ing and an MBA. He went to the Univer­sity of Wis­con­sin to com­plete his master’s and Ph.D., be­fore be­gin­ning his teach­ing ca­reer as an as­sis­tant pro­fes­sor of mar­ket­ing at SMU. Gram­ling re­ceived her bach­e­lor’s in ac­count­ing from the Univer­sity of Toledo, a master’s in pro­fes­sional ac­coun­tancy from Ge­or­gia State Univer­sity and a Ph.D. in ac­count­ing/au­dit­ing from the Univer­sity of Ari­zona. She comes to OSU af­ter serv­ing as a pro­fes­sor and depart­ment chair in the Depart­ment of Ac­count­ing at Colorado State.

Jack C. Bor­ders, M.D., a board-cer­ti­fied pe­di­atric oto­laryn­gol­o­gist, has es­tab­lished his prac­tice with OU Chil­dren’s Physi­cians. He has also been named vice chair of oto­laryn­gol­ogy, chief of pe­di­atric oto­laryn­gol­ogy and a pro­fes­sor with the Univer­sity of Ok­la­homa Col­lege of Medicine. Bor­ders has worked as global med­i­cal di­rec­tor for Johns Hop­kins In­ter­na­tional and served as chief med­i­cal of­fi­cer for Tawam Hos­pi­tal, Johns Hop­kins’ first in­ter­na­tional health care man­age­ment ef­fort, man­ag­ing 500 doc­tors from 65 dif­fer­ent coun­tries. His past ex­pe­ri­ence in­cludes serv­ing as CEO of Oa­sis Hos­pi­tal, the only Chris­tian faith-based hos­pi­tal in the Ara­bian Penin­sula. He was in pri­vate prac­tice on the Ge­or­gia coast for 12 years and served as chief of pe­di­atric oto­laryn­gol­ogy at the Chil­dren’s Hos­pi­tal of Ge­or­gia for five years. GSB, Inc. Ar­chi­tects & Plan­ners pro­motes Anna Thomas, RA, LEED GA, and James Ligon, RA, to se­nior as­so­ciate; and Brad Ed­monds, RA, and Ted Pen­nella, RA, to as­so­ciate. Thomas is a se­nior as­so­ciate ar­chi­tect and di­rec­tor of Re­vit Pro­duc­tion who has been with GSB for 20 years. Ligon is a se­nior as­so­ciate ar­chi­tect who has been with GSB for 20 years. Ed­monds is an as­so­ciate ar­chi­tect who has been with GSB for 12 years. Pen­nella is an as­so­ciate ar­chi­tect who has been with GSB for 12 years.

Au­drey Gram­ling

James Ligon

Brad Ed­monds

Anna Thomas

Chelsea Berkley

Jeanne Sands

Tom Brown

Ted Pen­nella

Jack C. Bor­ders

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