SETRC is staffed by a team of telehealth experts whose extensive experience allows us to administer various services and resources to both developing and established telehealth programs in the southeastern United States. Our staff has a strong commitment to serving the many constituents of our region.
Rena Brewer, RN, MA, is the Principle Investigator for the Southeastern Telehealth Resource Center (SETRC) and served as its Director between 2010 & 2015. Rena currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Global Partnership for Telehealth, Inc. (GPT), a charitable nonprofit corporation that is the umbrella organization for several entities to include the Georgia Partnership for Telehealth, Inc. GPT is dedicated to promoting improvements in healthcare by assisting in the establishment and on-going network support of telehealth programs. GPT’s robust telehealth network has over 650 end points of providers and receivers of clinical services in 10 US states and 4 international countries. State-side partners include rural & urban health systems.
Lloyd received his Associates Degree in Computer Science from Columbus State University 1998. He immediately began his IT career working with TSYS of Columbus, GA where he worked as a mainframe programmer. He worked a number of years with Columbus Regional as a System’s Analyst before entering into full time ministry where he served in pastoral leadership for nearly fourteen years before joining the GPT team in August of 2010 as the BTOP Project Director. He completed his BS degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Liberty University in 2009. Lloyd not only brings a sound knowledge of IT solutions, but also brings strong leadership and communication skills as the Director of the Southeastern Telehealth Resource Center.
Boyd Mark began his collaboration with the Southeastern Telehealth Resource Center in 2015 when he founded the Autism Telehealth Program at the non-profit Scott Center for Autism Treatment on the campus of the Florida Institute of Technology, a Tier 1 STEM university. The program is a national model for improving access and outcomes via telehealth for families dealing with autism. He now leads Toddler Tracks, a CARES Act funded, SETRC-GPT program providing caregiver mediated intervention resources online to families in underserved areas without access to autism treatment services. Boyd is a Silicon Valley veteran with experience at Oracle, Microsoft, Intuit, and Apple.
Meet Our SETRC Advisory Board
The Southeastern Telehealth Resource Center (SETRC) Advisory Board is a collection of individuals who voluntarily bring unique knowledge and skills which augment the knowledge and skills of the SETRC PI and Director to more effectively guide and fulfill the mission set forth by the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA), the grantor, which is to assist health care organizations, networks, and health care providers in implementing cost-effective telehealth programs to serve rural and medically underserved areas and populations.
The purpose of this Board shall be to advise, assist, support and advocate for the Southeastern Telehealth Resource Center (SETRC) on matters that will strengthen opportunities for the program.
Eric Wallace, MD, FASN
University of Alabama Birmingham
Associate Professor of Medicine
Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology
UAB Medical Director of Telemedicine
Co-Director of Home Dialysis
Michael P. Smith, MA, MPA
Florida State University College of Medicine
Faculty administrator and Telemedicine Program Development Director
Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine
Jill Davis, MPH
Independent Consultant Collaborative Telehealth Consulting
Tift Regional Medical Center
Director of Neurodiagnostic & Telehealth Department
CEO, Palmetto Care Connections
Kathryn King, MD, MHS
Medical Director for School Based Health
Associate Program Director for the National Telehealth Center of Excellence
Assistant professor in the Division of General Pediatrics at MUSC Children’s Hospital