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Brenda Putz to Retire from TETAF/Texas Perinatal Services
After 14 years with the Texas EMS, Trauma & Acute Care Foundation (TETAF), Brenda Putz is retiring from her role as vice president of operations. Brenda has been with TETAF since its beginning. Her last day with TETAF will be August 31, 2022.
Brenda brings strength, expertise, and dedication to our organization that has been the cornerstone of building TETAF to what it is today. She built the first survey service line, trauma, in 2008, and went on to build our other three survey service lines that include stroke, maternal, and neonatal. Brenda has always been driven by TETAF's mission and did not stop with building the survey service lines. She also built TETAF's education program and has been a passionate advocate for patients and hospitals. In everything she has done, the focus has always been on quality care for the patient. In addition to all of this, Brenda has supported organizational operations, including when she has travelled for a survey.
Brenda has given so much to TETAF and Texas Perinatal Services that has without a doubt improved patient care in Texas.