Three New Patient Advocates
Posted on Aug 14, 2018
Tyler Office – Brian Macevicius began working for PHH in February of 2017 and is the Patient Advocate in East Texas. He has spent time in Azerbaijan teaching English, as well as various places in Africa working as a Department of Defense contractor. Brian enjoys playing sports and spending time with his family. He also loves being involved with his local church.
Houston / Spring Office – Jackie Cherry joined the PHH team in May 2018 as a Patient Advocate in Houston. She has always been passionate about advocating for children since her first high school job at her church nursery caring for children. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a focus in Childrenʼs Studies from The University of Texas at San Antonio. She genuinely enjoys cultivating relationships and getting to know people by spending quality time with sources and developing trust with like-minded individuals who have the childrenʼs best interest at heart.
Austin Office – Tomas Montano joined PHH in September 2016 after graduating college with his Bachelor’s in Business Management. He started as a staffing coordinator in the Dallas office and moved up to Accounts Manager in the Plano office. He took on the role of Patient Advocate in the new Austin office in 2018. Tomas has worked in the medical field since the age of 16, including clinical work in a hospital and a doctor’s office. Tomas spends his spare time working out and competing in tennis tournaments.