Dr. Hilton Perez is a Healthcare Administrator with over 25-years of experience in FQHC healthcare medical, clinical, and business operations for non-profit organizations. During that period, he served in the capacity of Chief Executive Officer, Chief Medical Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Vice President of Medical Services, and Vice President for Strategic Development. His goals and objectives had focused on providing affordable, comprehensive multidisciplinary healthcare services at the highest quality and patient satisfaction, with respect and dignity, on a culturally and linguistically sensitive, and safe environment. He is considered as leader in the community, with an innovative and clear vision of a prosperous future. With a strong management, interpersonal, and strategic planning skills, he has become a catalytic element in healthcare.
Throughout the years, he has been recognized for his achievements, as the HRSA Traineeship Grant Recipient during the first year of the Health Administration and Policy program; national speaker for the National HIV Day; independent consultant to HRSA – Office of Performance Review (OPR) and Division of Independent Grant Reviewers; Senior Leader for the U.S. National Disparities Collaboratives – Southeast Region IV and West Central Region VI; Regent’s Advisory Council of the American College of Healthcare Executives; 2006 Distinguished Alumni Award; Scholar by HRSA/Johnson & Johnson/UCLA Healthcare Management Program at UCLA Anderson School of Management and Harvard School of Public Health; Shining Star Organization for Outstanding Performance in Optimizing Clinical Care in Diabetes & Cardiovascular Diseases; 2007 CEO Champion Award; 2008 Texas Cardiovascular Health Promotion Award for an Outstanding Community Program on Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke; and 2015 “30 Clinicians Making a Difference” by Migrants Clinicians Network.