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Oklahoman Published: May 9, 2010

→Oklahoma Foundation for Medical Quality names Daniel Golder, chief information officer; Lindsey Mongold, Jason Felts, Drew Flowers and Jarrod Rees, health information technology (HIT) practice advisor; Crystal Plata, HIT practice specialist; Jonathan Kolarik, HIT project manager; Matt Linch, HIT project coordinator; Robert Neal, HIT technical manager; and Philip Smith, community development manager.

→GH2 Architects LLC names Steve Jaggers has been named an Associate Principal of the firm. His responsibilities include work in all phases of design and construction, as well as program and project management. Jaggers joined GH2 in 2002 as an Intern Architect after graduating from OSU with a Bachelor of Architecture.

→McBride Clinic names James Berry chief operating officer. Berry has 20 years of experience in healthcare

management. Most recently, Berry served as administrator of the Wichita Urology Group.

→St. Anthony Hospital names Debora Attebery director of radiology and computerized tomography and Lester Cash, director of respiratory care departments and outpatient services. Attebry began her career at the hospital 26 years ago. She has a bachelor’s degree in radiation sciences from the University of Oklahoma. Cash’s responsibilities will include managing the respiratory therapy departments and sports medicine — physical therapy, and the Hand Center at St. Anthony North.

→Bank2 promotes Jennifer Combs to vie

president/director of human resources; Cynthia Delgado to controller/assistant vice president; Sheri Mason to vice president/branch operations manager; and Mary Schroeder to vice president/director of operations support.

→Bank of Oklahoma names Cindy Batt senior vice president and banking manager and Wesley Knight vice president and trust officer, both for The Private Bank.


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