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At Texas Children's Hospital West Campus, our leadership team is focused on creating an environment that fosters family-centered care.
Michelle Riley-Brown, is an Executive Vice President at Texas Children's Hospital and also serves as President of The Woodlands Campus and President of the West Campus. She also has oversight of our 61 Texas Children’s Pediatrics locations, 13 Urgent Care sites, 8 Specialty Care Centers and 2 Centers for Children & Women. Most recently she has taken over responsibility for the Marketing, Public Relations and Philanthropy functions at Texas Children’s. Ms. Riley-Brown joined Texas Children’s in 1999 as an administrative fellow, and has been a leader in the Texas Children’s system for more than 23 years. She has held various leadership roles throughout the organization and played an integral role in the successful preparation and execution of the West Campus, and The Woodlands Campus, both designed exclusively for children. Throughout her tenure at Texas Children's Hospital, Ms. Riley-Brown has focused on expanding Texas Children’s quality pediatric care into the outlying areas of Houston and beyond.
Ms. Riley-Brown is currently overseeing the Austin initiative and leading our outpatient strategy along with key operational efforts in that market. She is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and serves on various boards throughout the community. She completed her undergraduate degree at Tulane University and earned a master’s degree in healthcare administration from Washington University School of Medicine.
Denise Tanner-Brown, DNP, MHA, RN, NE-BC
Vice President, Community and Newborn Center
Denise Tanner-Brown is the Vice President, Community and Newborn Center at West Campus. She graduated from Prairie View A&M University with Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing and the University of Phoenix with a Master’s degree in Health Care Administration. Denise is also a graduate of the Advanced Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Program at Texas Children’s Hospital and holds a Health Care Management Certificate from Rice University. Since joining Texas Children’s Hospital in 2002, Denise has served in several progressive leadership roles within the hospital and has led countless system level initiatives within the organization.
Jeanine Graf, MD
Chief Medical Officer
As Chief Medical Officer of Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus, Dr. Graf is interested in optimizing the delivery of safe, high quality patient care for children in the community setting. She continues to engage in clinical research regarding pediatric transport and prevention of hospital acquired conditions.
Dr. Graf is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Graf continues to practice as a Pediatric Intensive Care Physician at the West Campus and is the Pediatric Medical Director of the Kangaroo Crew Intensive Care Transport Team for Texas Children’s Hospital. She has been elected as President of the Medical Staff at Texas Children’s Hospital for 2016.