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Jolyn Angus, BSN, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, CENP
Senior Vice President, Chief Nursing Executive, Methodist Health System

Jolyn Angus

Jolyn Angus joined the leadership team in August 2020 as SVP and Chief Nursing Executive, poised to preserve Methodist Health System’s position as a leader in nursing clinical excellence, patient safety, clinical effectiveness, and resource stewardship.

After spending her early career as a staff nurse in hospitals in New York and Atlanta, she held various management roles at hospitals across the Southeast, first as a nurse manager, then director, assistant chief nursing officer, and then chief nursing officer. She also served as CNO at hospitals in Florida and California, and as a vice president of hospital operations in Ohio.

Jolyn holds a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing, a master’s degree in business administration, and will soon complete her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree.

Barbara Madson Madden, MSN, RN, Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer, Methodist Dallas Medical Center

barbara maddenBarbara Madden, MSN, RN, is a driven clinical leader with over 22 years of experience in acute inpatient and outpatient services. She began her career at Methodist Dallas in 1985 as a staff nurse in acute medical-surgical.

Barbara holds a Bachelor of Science in nursing from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, and a Master of Science in nursing from the University of Texas at Arlington. After serving as a staff nurse for six years, Barbara earned several promotions including critical care educator, manager of the surgical/trauma intensive care unit, and director of nursing for adult critical care services. She held this latest leadership role for 19 years until her recent promotion to vice president, chief nursing officer.

Teresa Land, MBA, BSN, RN, Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, Methodist Charlton Medical Center

teresa landTeresa Land, MBA, BSN, RN brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and passion to Methodist Charlton Medical Center. Since joining Methodist Charlton in 2008, she has served as director of nursing, and most recently, director of quality. Prior to joining Methodist Charlton, Land was the senior director of critical care at a children’s hospital in San Antonio. Land has been a registered nurse for over 20 years. She holds a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree from Texas Christian University, and a Masters of Business Administration with a healthcare focus from the University of Dallas. When still practicing at the bedside, Teresa was a Certified Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN) and Certified Nurse Operating Room (CNOR).

Nora Frasier, MBA, RN, FACHE, NEA-BC, Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, Methodist Mansfield Medical Center

nora frasierNora Frasier, MBA, RN, FACHE, NEA-BC is Vice President of Nursing/Chief Nursing Officer at Methodist Mansfield Medical Center. She has been a registered nurse for more than 30 years and a nurse executive for approximately the last 20 years.

Frasier has led nursing in diverse not-for-profit and proprietary hospitals, from a 100-bed rural community hospital to an urban tertiary care academic medical center. During her career she has served as a quality director, hospital administrator and chief nurse executive in a 1200-bed, 6 hospital health system. She has also served as an appraiser team leader for the Magnet© Recognition Program for 10 years.

Frasier earned a bachelor of science in nursing degree from the University of Texas at Austin and a master of business administration degree from Texas A&M University Corpus Christi. She has completed course work towards a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at Texas Tech University Health Science Center and is continuing her studies at the University of Texas and will graduate in May 2018.

She is board certified as a Fellow by the American College of Healthcare Executives and as a Nurse Executive, Advanced by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing. Frasier is also a member of the American Nurses Association, the American Organization of Nurse Executives, the Texas Organization of Nurse Executives, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, and the American College of Healthcare Executives. She is also a member of the North Texas Region Texas Team working to advance the “Future of Nursing.”

Jeremy Taylor, MHA, BSN, RN, TCRN, Assistant Vice President and Associate Chief Nursing Office, Methodist Midlothian Medical Center

Jeremy TaylorJeremy Taylor, MHA, BSN, RN, TCRN is Vice President of Nursing / Chief Nursing Officer for Methodist Midlothian Medical Center.

Born at Methodist Dallas Jeremy was raised in Ellis County and graduated from Waxahachie High School. He has been a registered nurse for nearly 20 years and brings a wealth of clinical experience and energy to the hospital.

Before joining the Midlothian team in 2020, Jeremy served as Director of Methodist Mansfield’s emergency department for three years and led the department to numerous patient success goals. Prior to joining Methodist in 2016, Jeremy was the Trauma Program Manager at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas and also worked at Parkland Health & Hospital System, holding various roles within the trauma program.

Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and a Master of Science degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington. He has received the D Magazine Excellence in Nursing Award and Ellis County Healthcare Hero award, and has been recognized as a Dallas/Fort Worth “Great 100” nurse.

Jeremy has been married for 19 years to his wife, Amy, and has two children and resides in Mansfield.

Irene Strejc, BSN, MPH, Chief Nursing Officer, Methodist Richardson Medical Center

Irene StrejcIrene Strejc, BSN, MPH, recently joined Methodist Richardson Medical Center as the new chief nursing officer. Strejc is a 30-year veteran of nursing leadership and a graduate of Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois. Her previous assignment was at Galesburg Cottage Hospital in Galesburg, Illinois.

"I enjoy the variety of opportunities that exist every day in nursing to develop ways to improve the service experienced by our patients, physicians and other departments. It's also a privilege to partner with the nursing leadership and staff to create a great place to practice nursing."- Irene Strejc