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Anita Louise Belles

Anita Louise Belles, American health care researcher, consultant. director family planning Bexar County Hospital District, Texas, 1987; management engineer Inpatient Support Applications, 1987-1988; instructor graduate school health care administration Southwest Texas State University; researcher on cardiovascular research on artificial heart and heart transplantation, San Antonio Regional Heart Institute, 1993.

Background

  • Belles, Anita Louise was born on August 30, 1948 in San Angelo, Texas, United States. Daughter of Curtis Lee and Margaret Louise (Perry) Belles.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University Texas, 1972. Master of Science in Health Care Administration, Trinity University, 1984.

    Career

    • Regional emergency medical service training coordinator Bureau Emergency Medical Service, Lake Charles, Louisiana, 1978-1979. Executive director Southwest Louisiana Emergency Medical Service Council, 1979-1983. Project coordinator Tulane University Medical School, New Orleans, 1982-1983.

      Director Louisiana Bureau of Emergency Medical Service, Baton Rouge, 1982. President Computype, Inc., San Antonio, 1983-1986, Emergency Medical and Safety Associates, Louisiana and Texas, since 1982. Director family planning Bexar County Hospital District, Texas, 1987.

      Management engineer Inpatient Support Applications, 1987-1988. Instructor graduate school health care administration Southwest Texas State University.

    Major achievements

    • Director family planning Bexar County Hospital District, Texas, 1987. Management engineer Inpatient Support Applications, 1987-1988. Instructor graduate school health care administration Southwest Texas State University.

      Researcher on cardiovascular research on artificial heart and heart transplantation, San Antonio Regional Heart Institute, 1993.

    Works

    • Editor A.L.E.R.T., 1980-1983, San Antonio Executive News, since 1987, Family Living, 1987-1988. Feature writer Bright Scrawl, 1985-1986. Contributor numerous articles on emergency medical services to professional journals.

    Politics

    The Church must be self-critical before it presumes to be critical of others.

    Religion

    People need to grow in relationship with God, whose love constantly prompts to transform people.

    Denomination: Methodist

    Views

    One may feel driven by urges such as anger, lust or greed. If anybody is willing to be open to the Holy Spirit, God helps to resist evil and to live life to the full.

    Membership

    Board directors Thousand Oaks Homeowner's Association, secretary, treasurer, 1985. Active Trinity University Health Care Alumni Association, Junior League San Antonio, The Parenting Center, Baton Rouge, 1982-1983, Junior League Lake Charles, 1982, Campfire Council Public Relations Committee, Lake Charles, 1982. Newsletter editor Community Food Co-Op, Newsletter Editor, 1979.

    Volunteer Lake Charles Mental Health Center, 1974. Member National Association Emergency Medical Technicians., Texas Association Emergency Medical Technicians, American College Health Care Executives, American Association Automotive Medicine, Southwest Louisiana Association Emergency Medical Technicians (founding member, vice president 1979-1980, CPR committee chairman 1980-1981, public relations committee chairman 1981-1982, board directors 1980-1982), American Management Association, National Society Emergency Medical Service Administrators, National Coalition Emergency Medical Services, American Composition Association.

    Personality

    Interests

    Greenhouse gardening, writing, reading, music.

    Connections

    • Married John Arvel Willey, July 13, 1969 (divorced August 1978). Children: Suzan Heather, Kenneth Alan. Married John W. Portfield, December 22, 1992.
    • father: Curtis Lee Belles
    • mother: Margaret Louise (Perry) Belles
    • spouses: John Arvel Willey
    • John W. Portfield
    • children: Suzan Heather Belles
    • Kenneth Alan Belles
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    Born August 30, 1948
    (age 69)
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