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The volunteer leadership for the Texas Heart Institute is composed of a Board of Trustees. For further information, contact the office of public affairs. See also Administration.

Board of Trustees

David M. Grimes
Chairman

David M. Carmichael

Michael H. Covert
Catholic Health Initiatives
Chief Operating Office, CHI St. Luke's Health

John F. DiCola
Catholic Health Initiatives
Senior Vice President, Strategy and Business Development

Alfred C. Glassell, III
Glassell Producing Company, Inc.
President

Jerome F. Granato, MD
Catholic Health Initiatives
Vice President, Cardiovascular Services

Deborah Lee-Eddie
Catholic Health Initiatives
Senior Vice President, Catholic Health Initiatives and Interim Chief Operating Officer

William M. Hitchcock
Pembroke Capital, LLC
Managing Director

Barbara R. Hurwitz

Rodney H. Margolis
Margolis Interests

Stephen L. Moore, MD
Catholic Health Initiatives
Sr. Vice President & Chief Medical Officer

S. Reed Morian
DX Service Company
Chairman and President

Fred Zeidman


Contact:
Office of Public Affairs
Texas Heart Institute Administrative Offices
Phone: 832-355-3792


Updated October 2014

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