Texas Governor Abbott Reappoints 3 to Board of Criminal Justice

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Texas Governor Abbott Reappoints 3 to Board of Criminal Justice

Austin, TX (STL.News) Governor Greg Abbott has reappointed Rodney Burrow, M.D., Eric Nichols, and Derrelynn Perryman to the Texas Board of Criminal Justice for terms set to expire on February 1, 2027.  The board provides confinement, supervision, rehabilitation, and reintegration of the state’s convicted felons.

Rodney Burrow, M.D. of Pittsburg is the Director of Medical Affairs and Associate Director of Primary Care for Titus Regional Medical Center of Mount Pleasant.  He is also a practicing Board Certified Family Physician at the Family Care Center in Mount Pleasant and a registered pharmacist.  Previously, Governor Abbott appointed him the Correctional Managed Healthcare Committee, and named him Chair. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, American Board of Family Medicine, Association of American Indian Physicians, American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Christian Medical Association, and the Texas Medical Association.  He volunteers for the Pittsburg Independent School District in various roles and is the team doctor for the Pittsburg Pirates.  Ordained through In His IMAGE, he is a veteran of multiple international medical mission trips.  Burrow received a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from Northeast Louisiana University in Monroe, LA and a Doctor of Medicine at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities in Minneapolis, MN.

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