Board of Directors
From Left to Right: Ken Butler, Jack Carnes, Jennifer Bergman, Ilona Molton, Eisha Jones, Susan Bailes, Maxine Morris, Irma Reddell
"WE REALLY CARE ABOUT PATIENTS, WITH OUR HEARTS AND SOULS."
Dr. Jasmine Sulaiman MD,FAAFP is the chief medical officer of HCSET and a board-certified family physician with extensive experience in primary care, chronic care management, preventive medicine, academic medicine, community medicine, and end-of-life care. Dr. Sulaiman completed her residency from Columbia University, where she was the chief resident of the program. She has been in practice since 1999 and became the chief medical officer of HCSET in 2006 when the first clinic opened the door to the community. Dr. Sulaiman has received multiple awards throughout her career, including "Texas Family Physician of the Year 2013" and "Country Doctor of the Year 2016."
Dr. Sulaiman treats all of her patients as if they are her own family. As a strong supporter of community health centers serving the medically underserved population, she believes that education, early prevention, and teamwork are the major components of a successful outcome in all illnesses. In the role of chief medical officer, Dr. Sulaiman supervises multiple mid-level providers, mentors high school students, teaches medical students and residents, and participates in several community outreach programs. The HCSET team, under her leadership, has achieved the well-recognized "Patient Centered Medical Home" status from the National Committee on Quality Assurance, a benchmark for health center quality leaders.