Corsicana Daily Sun
Regina Henderson of San Marcos, daughter of Richard and Erma Bartee and 1983 graduate of Corsicana High School as well as recipient of a James Collins Scholarship, assumed the director position at The Live Oak Health Partners Community Clinic on Feb. 4. The clinic was established on Jan. 1, when a partnership between the Hays County Personal Health Department and Central Texas Medical Center took effect. The LOHP Community Clinic in San Marcos provides family care, well child exams and immunizations to Hays County residents in need.
“My passion is helping others and helping children and families,” Henderson said. “The patients that we serve here are in a great need, and if I can help them in any way by providing quality health services to them, then I feel like I’ve made a difference in their lives.”
Henderson is an alumnus of Southwest Texas State University, where she earned her bachelor of social work degree. In August 2009, she received her Masters of Business Administration with an emphasis in Healthcare Systems Management from Grand Canyon University.
Henderson resides in San Marcos with her husband and two teenage children. Before taking the position at the Community Clinic, Henderson was employed by Community Action — Head Start for more than 24 years, most recently serving as the health services coordinator.