Community Leaders Partner with Medical City Plano to form Advisory Council
Medical City Plano is announcing the formation of a Community Advisory Council to uphold the hospital’s mission to the care and improvement of human life.
The Community Advisory Council is composed of key civic, corporate and philanthropic leaders from the greater Plano community. Under the leadership of Andre Davidson, former Medical City Plano Trustee and City of Plano Council member, the council’s main purpose will be to advise leadership on the community’s need and advocate on behalf of the hospital. Sandy Haire, Chief Nursing Officer, was instrumental in the development of the council.
“The support from our community is vital in our mission to care for and improve human life,” said Haire. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with this dynamic council as we continue into the future.”
Council members include:
- Brian Binggeli, PhD, Plano ISD, Superintendent
- Andre Davidson, Community Volunteer
- David Downs, AXA Advisors/Plano City Council
- Phil Dyer, Community Volunteer
- Pat Evans, Community Volunteer
- Sam Greif, Plano Fire Department, Chief
- Cheryl Jackson, Minnie’s Food Pantry, President
- Steve Matthews, Atmos Energy, Director of Government Affairs & Public Relations
- Pamela Moore, MD, Medical City Plano, Internal Medicine
- Joa Muns, Community Volunteer
- Pete Patel , Krypton Solutions, President
- Greg Rushin, Plano Police Department, Chief
- Jamie Schell, AR Schell & Son Insurance, Owner
- Monica Shortino, Capital One, Senior Manager
- Lissa Smith, Plano Mayor Pro-Tem
- Lamont Thomas, Cigna North Texas, CEO/General Manager.
- Jo Via, Plano Balloon Festival, Executive Director
- Duncan Webb, Attorney/Collin County Commissioner
- Byron Williams, Texas Instruments
Front Row L-R; Lamont Thomas, Jamie Schell, Phil Dyer, Jo Via, Lissa Smith, Andre Davidson, Pamela Moore, Joa Muns, Monica Shortino, Pat Evans, Sandy Haire
Back Row L-R; Byron Williams, Greg Rushin, Brian Bingelli, Sam Greif, Pete Patel, Steve Matthews
Not pictured: Duncan Webb, Cheryl Jackson
About Medical City Plano:
Medical City Plano Hospital is part of Medical City Healthcare. It is a full-service, 493-bed, acute-care facility with more than 1,600 employees, and 1,000-plus physicians representing more than 70 specialties and subspecialties. Accredited by The Joint Commission, Medical City Plano is a Level II Trauma Center, a Comprehensive (Level I) Stroke Center, a Level III NICU, Collin County’s first Chest Pain Accredited hospital and the county’s first burn center. The hospital also holds Magnet designation for nursing excellence.