Dr. Charles Dell has joined Methodist Family Health Center College Street in Grand Prairie, a community in which he has served as a family practice physician for more than 37 years. Dell graduated from the University of Texas Southwest Medical School in Dallas and completed postgraduate training at Methodist Hospitals of Dallas.
Annie Green has joined Texas Regional Medical Center at Sunnyvale as director of emergency and cardiopulmonary services. She previously was director of emergency services and critical care at Hill Regional Hospital in Hillsboro. Green is a native of Australia, where she began her nursing career. She then worked in Saudi Arabia for several years before holding various nursing jobs at hospitals throughout North Texas.
Lillie Biggins has been promoted to president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth from her previous position as vice president of operations. In her new role, Biggins will be responsible for all administrative operations of the 726-bed, full-service hospital, which has been serving Tarrant County since 1930.
Janette Angus has joined Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance as director of human resources. Angus, who has more than 20 years of human resource leadership experience, previously worked at Sutter Pacific as the principal human resources business partner for Medtronic Cardiovascular.
Ronald Berg, president of the Turtle Creek branch of PlainsCapital Bank, has been has been elected chairman of Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center’s board of trustees. Launched in 1991, the agency works to improve the lives of abused children in Dallas County and provide national leadership on child abuse issues. Berg joins the board with more than 30 years of experience in the banking industry.
Dr. Patricia Allamon, board-certified in family medicine, has joined Methodist Uptown Medical Group in Dallas. Allamon, a graduate of Texas A&M University, completed her internship and residency at Conroe Medical Education Foundation.
Russell M. Williamson has been named president of the Health Industry Council, an Irving-based nonprofit, member-driven organization dedicated to advancing and supporting the health industry in North Texas. He previously spent 20 years with Pfizer Inc., most recently as vice president and Texas state director in the U.S. pharmaceuticals group. Williamson replaces longtime Health Industry Council president Nancy Williams, who retired.