Radiologist Stewart Worrell of Radiology Partners CHI/St. Luke’s Health Joins Board at The Rose
Houston, TX [October 10, 2018]- Stewart Worrell, body radiologist with Radiology Partners CHI/St. Luke’s Health, will bring nearly 20 years of medical experience to breast health nonprofit The Rose as its newest Board Member.
“I believe physicians should be more involved with board memberships at local healthcare organizations so that we can maintain a closer relationship to our communities and those that support them,” the Virginia native said of his first day as a Board Member at the nonprofit. “Working with The Rose has already opened my eyes to the challenges so many women face as they seek affordable, preventive health services.”
The Rose is the leading nonprofit breast health organization in Texas. The leadership of its Co-Founder and CEO, Dorothy Gibbons, and her team is one of the primary reasons Worrell committed to being part of the organization’s oversight.
Worrell moved to Houston two years ago in his work with Radiology Partners, the largest physician-led and physician-owned radiology practice in the U.S. now serving more than 630 hospitals, clinics and imaging centers nationwide. Governed locally by the radiologists, Radiology Partners now serves leading health systems in Texas such as CHI St. Luke’s Health, as well as HCA Gulf Coast, Memorial Hermann Health System, Baylor College of Medicine and Baylor, Scott & White Health.
Worrell, who was formerly an officer with the United States Navy, received a B.S.E. in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University and an M.D. from Duke University School of Medicine, where he was named a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Scholar. Later, he completed a Masters in Public Health from the University of Washington School of Public Health. He did his residency and fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
“The Rose is fortunate to add a physician of Dr. Worrell’s caliber and breadth of knowledge to our Board,” said Gibbons. “He understands not only the importance of patient-focused care, but also the intricacies of addressing healthcare issues in an ever-changing medical environment.”
To schedule an interview with Stewart Worrell, please contact Mageida Sopon at 832-310-5124 or email email@example.com.
About The Rose
Since 1986, The Rose has provided high quality breast healthcare to all women, regardless of their ability to pay. Their mission is to save lives through quality breast health services, advocacy and access to care for all. As a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence, The Rose is one of only 14 Breast Centers in the greater Houston area to receive this designation. Led by Fellowship trained physicians, The Rose’s advanced digital technology includes 3-D tomosynthesis mammography, diagnostic work-ups including biopsies and its nationally recognized Patient Navigation Program ensures access to treatment and a continuum of care for all women. As the leading nonprofit breast health organization in Texas, The Rose is a strong advocate for quality breast healthcare, a major part of the Healthcare Safety Net and serves 40,000 insured and uninsured women annually. Two Houston based comprehensive Diagnostic Centers and Mobile Mammography Coaches provide services to women throughout 40 counties in Southeast Texas.