- Associated Press - Thursday, June 12, 2014

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Board of Health has elected three officers to one-year terms ending in June 2015.

The board says Dr. Ronald Woodson has been elected president, Martha Burger was named vice president and Cris Hart-Wolfe is secretary-treasurer.

Woodson is an interventional cardiologist, practicing in Lawton since 1982. He is co-founder and president of The Heart and Vascular Center of Lawton and is chief of staff-elect at Comanche County Memorial Hospital.

Burger served as senior vice president of human and corporate resources at Chesapeake Energy. She is chair for the United Way of Central Oklahoma Campaign Cabinet and serves on the Board of Trustees for Oklahoma City University and the University of Central Oklahoma.

Hart-Wolfe is a physical therapist from Clinton who works at Kingfisher Regional Hospital.

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