Health and Human Services
The LSC-North Harris Health and Human Services division provides instructional leadership to the allied health, nursing, and kinesiology programs of the college. The office of the dean dedicates itself to providing leadership, resources, and experience to the programs in order for our students to succeed and meet their personal, academic, and professional goals.
The division is recognized both locally and nationally as a premier allied health, nursing, and kinesiology educational institution for student success, innovation, partnerships, and economic progress. The division includes the EMS Professions, Health Information Technology, Kinesiology, Medical Assisting, Nursing, and Pharmacy Technology departments.
Meet the Dean of Health and Human Services
Dr. Bill Drees began as the LSC-North Harris dean of Health and Human Services in May 2012; however, he has been with the college since 1999. His previous service with the college includes being the director and professor of the Emergency Medical Services Professions program and several interim dean positions. He also continues to hold a faculty appointment with the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
His academic background includes a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Sam Houston State Univeristy, a Master of Arts in Education from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Texas A&M University.
Meet the Instructional Leaders
Dr. Viseeta Brown, Director of Health Information Technology
Shirley Ennis, Director of Kinesiology and Wellness
James Kieke, Director of EMS Professions
Dr. Nancy Lim, Director of Pharmacy Technology
Lorraine Schoenbeck, Director of Medical Assisting
Dr. Marguerite Tamasy, Director of Nursing
Division Contact Information
Dr. Bill Drees
Division Operations Manager
Division Operations Specialist
Academic Advisor for EMS Professions, Health Information Technology, and Pharmacy Technology
Academic Advisor for Nursing and Medical Assisting