CEO, CHRISTUS SOUTHEAST TEXAS Health System
Paul Trevino brings nearly 20 years of health care experience, including 19 years with CHRISTUS SOUTHEAST TEXAS Health System. Trevino began as administrator of the 664-bed facility in August of 2009, but has previously served as Associate Administrator/COO at St. Elizabeth between 1997 and 2003. His more recent experience in the system includes serving as Senior Vice President of Administration for the CHRISTUS Spohn Health System consisting of six hospitals in the Corpus Christi area.
Mr. Trevino holds an MBA in marketing from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio and a bachelor’s degree in finance from Corpus Christi State University.
Vice President of Operations, CHRISTUS SOUTHEAST TEXAS Health System and Administrator, CHRISTUS SOUTHEAST TEXAS St. Mary
Wayne Moore leads the operations of the CHRISTUS SOUTHEAST TEXAS Health System and additionally serves as administrator for CHRISTUS SOUTHEAST TEXAS St. Mary in Port Arthur. He began his tenure at CHRISTUS in April of 1992 as a member of the St. Mary accounting/finance team. He made his move into St. Mary administration in 1999 as chief financial officer after serving as controller for one year. In 2004, Moore was appointed administrator of St. Mary. Moore is a member of the Port Arthur Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. He is a lifelong member of the Southeast Texas community and graduated from Lamar University with both a bachelor and master’s degree in business administration.
Administrator, CHRISTUS SOUTHEAST TEXAS Jasper Memorial
Lance Beus was named Administrator of CHRISTUS Jasper Memorial Hospital in December of 2014. He also serves as the Rural Market Leader for the CHRISTUS Health Southeast Texas Region. He brings extensive knowledge of all aspects of hospital and physician practice operations. Lance comes to Jasper after serving two years as Vice President of Operations for American Hospital Management Company, where he served as CEO in two foreign hospitals. Before that, Lance was Assistant CEO at Woodland Heights Medical Center in Lufkin, where he was responsible for the hospital’s day-to-day activities, along with general oversight of the hospital’s affiliated off-site ambulatory surgery center and five multi-specialty physician clinics.