Hospitals & Clinics

Representatives of Hospitals & Clinics

Souby George (

S GeorgeSouby graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from MGR University, India in 1997. She started working at UTMB in 2002.  She earned my Masters of Science in Nursing with a focus on Healthcare System Management from Loyola University, New Orleans in 2011. She lives in Galveston with her husband and two children.  During her 15 year nursing career,  she has worked in many specialty areas but her passion is cardiology.  Currently, she works 12-hour night shifts as a nurse clinician on the postpartum unit.

Initiatives she has led include starting a Women, Infants and Children Monthly Newsletter to improve communication among the staff working within the department.  As co-chairperson of the 2012 Nurses Week activities, we expanded the festivities to include all health system staff.  She also serves as the leader of the unit based retention and reward committee.

She currently serves as co-chair of the Night Nursing Council. Our goal is to create a healthy work environment for our night shift workforce at UTMB.  Partnering with the Employee Health Promotion team, we conducted several health promotion events and are planning more in the future. She believes an engaged staff with healthy choices will give us a work force filled with high morale and positive energy.  She is also a member of the Retention, Research Council and Coordinating council.

She would like to serve as the voice for the employees especially those working the night shift.  She looks forward to the day when our dreams come true; a quiet space for staff to relax and rejuvenate during their break along with affordable, and healthy food choices for the night shift employees.

She would like to thank all my colleagues who believed in her and took their time to vote. She is very proud to be a part of this council.

Dawn Meyer (

D Meyer PicDawn has worked at UTMB for 12 years.  She began her career here as a Surgical Technologist progressed from there to an Associate Degree Nurse in 2008 and completed my Bachelors of Science in Nursing in 2013. She has experience in every surgical service as a surgical technologist as well as a circulating nurse. In the past she has Co-chaired our Shared Leadership and currently lead a committee. This particular committee focuses on keeping open communication within the members of the operating room and other departments; in turn this committee has aided her in solving interdisciplinary problems and ultimately improving patient care. She finds that in this ever-changing work environment of healthcare, maintaining a proactive attitude helps solve predicaments in a more efficient manner.  She truly enjoys working at UTMB and wants to be able to help this institution and its employees continue to prosper.



Jacqueline Pope (

J PopeJacqueline is a registered nurse with the Geriatrics clinic at UTMB, Victory Lakes Town Center. She has been employed with UTMB for 20 years, most of those years in Geriatrics. She received her Bachelor’s in Nursing from the University of Texas in Galveston. She has also received her certification in Geriatrics from the American Nursing Credentialing Center (ANCC).

She is active with the Women’s Ministry at The Carpenter’s House Church in La Marque and also involved with Inspire Women in Houston. She and her husband Regi have a blended family of 11 children and 1 grandchild.