NuPhysicia is the only healthcare company that brings doctors to the patient - no matter where they are - work, home or remote corners of the globe.
Delivering physician care anytime and anywhere allows patients to take significant control of their health care, keeping them healthy and productive, all while improving convenience and reducing costs.
NuPhysicia exclusively operates telemedicine methods developed by the University of Texas Medical Branch, proven through serving hundreds of thousands of patients around the world.
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President and Board Chair – Glenn G. Hammack, OD, MSHI – Glenn Hammack is the founding President of NuPhysicia LLC, developing it as a spinout company from the University of Texas, where he served as Assistant Vice President of the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) and founding Executive Director of their Electronic Health Network (EHN), developing and managing their telemedicine programs. Before 2004, he served as Director of Health Informatics and Telemedicine, leading implementation of a large-scale electronic medical record system and creation of a statewide system for primary care and specialty telemedicine. He received his OD Optometry degree from the Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State University and his MSHI Master of Science in Health Informatics from the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a Telemedicine internship at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Senior Vice President – Oscar W. Boultinghouse, MD, MPH – Dr. Boultinghouse directs primary care and urgent care services, as well as paramedic training and management. He is a board certified Emergency Medicine Specialist and former Medical Director for UTMB’s Life-flight Program. He has managed many Gulf of Mexico and international offshore medical issues. He spent 14 years on the UTMB Medical School Faculty developing the emergency and primary care services of the UTMB telemedicine program. Dr Boultinghouse received his medical training at Baylor College of Medicine and the Harvard School of Public Health.
Senior Vice President – Michael J. Davis, MD, MBA – Dr. Davis directs specialty care with specific focus on cardiology but directs all specialty care management. He has been active in remote health care and telemedicine for a decade, and held previous positions as Director of Cardiology, Digital Medical Services, UTMB Correctional Managed Care and then Associate Director of Medical Specialties, Director of Cardiology Services for the UTMB Electronic Health Network. He is recognized as the one of the nation’s most experienced cardiology telemedicine practitioners. Dr. Davis was a faculty member in the Division of Cardiology at UTMB from 1988 through 1997, where his principal emphasis was cardiac catheterization and interventional cardiology. He was a faculty member at Stanford University School of Medicine in the Division of Cardiology from 1986 to 1987. Dr. Davis is board certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease, and he is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology. He completed an MBA degree in 1998.
Executive Director - Shannon C. Caldwell - Mr. Caldwell is Executive Director for Offshore and Remote Services for NuPhysicia LLC. He directs all aspects of the primary customer relationships, sales, and marketing of our InPlace Medical Solutions brand. A former health, safety, and environmental division leader at a global drilling company, Mr. Caldwell has significant experience in remote and offshore health services, including service as an offshore paramedic and as a paramedic for military contractor in Iraq. He holds a BSc in Occupational Safety and Health and certifications in Industrial Hygiene Management.
Executive Director - Melody C. Reid - Ms. Reid is Executive Director for Employee Health Services for NuPhysicia LLC. She directs all aspects of the primary customer relationships, sales, and marketing of our Medicine At Work brand for on-site employee health clinics. A seasoned sales professional with significant experience, she previously held senior sales positions with Sports Express LLC, US Bank Voyager Fleet Systems, and VeriSign Inc. A certified trainer of the Nia fitness method, she has a personal commitment to health promotion and wellness.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Director – R.E. Garrison II - Robert E. Garrison II is President and director of Sanders Morris Harris Group. He is also a director of Sanders Morris Harris and Salient Partners & Salient Trust Co. He serves on the boards of BioCyte Therapeutics, TeraForce Technology Corporation, First Capital Bankers Inc. and Somerset House Publishing and also serves on the Board of Directors Finance Committee of Memorial Hermann Hospital Systems. Mr. Garrison, a Chartered Financial Analyst, has more than 34 years experience in the securities industry
Director – Charles L. Davis - Mr. Davis is a Managing Director at Sanders Morris Harris Group. He has 13 years of investment experience in early-stage technology companies. He serves as a director or board observer for several companies including Syntex Management Systems, World Telemetry, Lombardi Software, RigNet, Wayport and NovusEdge.
Director - William R. Elger - Bill. Elger is executive vice president and chief business and finance officer at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. He is responsible for several UTMB departments, including human resources, business development and marketing, information services, facilities, and finance. Overall, he is responsible for UTMB’s financial and business performance. Elger has served on the board or committees of the Association of American Medical Colleges Group on Business Affairs, serving as National Chair 2006–2007, and the Healthcare Management Association. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Illinois CPA Society and the Association of Academic Health Centers Senior Administrative/Fiscal Officers Group.
Director - David G. Connoughton - Mr. Connoughton is VP of Finance for the Clinical Enterprise at the University of Texas Medical Branch. He is responsible for all financial functions within the UTMB Health System, including hospitals, clinics, and correctional managed care. This includes oversight of hospital and clinics decision support, admitting and registration, inpatient coding, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, patient financial services, and the employee administrative services team.