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The administrative team at Wolfson Children’s Hospital guides the hospital in achieving its mission, offering valuable leadership that steers us toward improved patient care. Each experienced member of our administration is dedicated to using his or her skills and knowledge to help the children of our community.

Michael D. Aubin, FACHE
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Michael D. Aubin, FACHE

Hospital President, Wolfson Children’s Hospital

Michael D. Aubin, FACHE, is Hospital President of Wolfson Children’s Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, the region’s only pediatric referral center, and Senior Vice President for Baptist Health of Northeast Florida. Before joining Wolfson Children’s in January 2011, Mr. Aubin served as the founding Administrator/Chief Operating Officer of St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital of Tampa, a faith-based pediatric referral center within the non-profit, multi-hospital BayCare Health System. Mr. Aubin helped re-establish St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital in 1990 after a 23-year hiatus.

Prior to his role at St. Joseph’s/BayCare, Mr. Aubin served as founding Associate Administrator of the new H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute in Tampa. Mr. Aubin’s early career included serving as a consultant with M. Bostin Associates in New York City and various roles with Milwaukee Children’s Hospital in Wisconsin.

Mr. Aubin is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. A longtime child advocate, Mr. Aubin has served as Board President for the Florida Association of Children's Hospitals (FACH) and is a member of its Board of Directors. He currently serves on the national Children's Hospital Association's (CHA) Board of Trustees, and is co-chair of CHA’s Public Policy Committee.

Mr. Aubin also is a JAX USA Partnership Trustee, serves on the Board of Directors of Sulzbacher Center in Jacksonville, the Board of Directors for Northeast Florida Regional STEM2 Hub, and the Board of Directors for the Jacksonville Sports Medicine Program (JSMP) and is a Past Chair. In addition, he currently serves on the Operational Efficiency and Integration Committee of Florida Healthy Kids Corporation.

Mr. Aubin has received numerous recognitions, including the 2018 Child Advocate of the Year by the Northeast Florida Pediatric Society, 2016 Children’s Champion in Health Care from Episcopal Children’s Services, 2015 Award of Merit from Healing Hands Community Advisory Council, and 2014 R. David and I. Lorraine Thomas Child Advocate of the Year by the Jacksonville Florida Children’s Home Society. For his work in international children's health, Mr. Aubin received the International Humanitarian Award from the Tampa Interbay Rotary Club and Rotary Gift of Life of Florida, Inc., in 2006.

Mr. Aubin holds a master’s degree in Business - Health Services Administration from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. He also is a magna cum laude graduate of Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Health Services Administration.

Mr. Aubin is married to Hillary and they have four children and two grandchildren.

Jerry A. Bridgham, MD

Jerry A. Bridgham, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Jerry A. Bridgham, MD, has served as chief medical officer for Wolfson Children's Hospital since November 2006. Dr. Bridgham is the president of the Florida Association of Children's Hospitals. He has served on the medical staff of Wolfson Children's Hospital since 1990 and on the medical staff of Baptist Medical Center South since its opening in 2005. He has been a partner in Mandarin Pediatric Associates, now a part of Baptist Primary Care, since 1990.

Dr. Bridgham has long been a leader at Wolfson Children's Hospital, serving as chief of the Section of General Pediatrics from 1997-1998, chief of staff-elect from 2001- 2002 and chief of staff from 2003-2004. He currently serves on Wolfson Children's Perinatal Advisory Board, which he chaired from 1999-2000.

Dr. Bridgham received his medical degree from the University of Miami and completed his residency in pediatrics at the Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Virginia. He is board certified in pediatrics and is a fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Dr. Bridgham served in the U.S. Naval Reserve and achieved the rank of lieutenant commander. Duty stations included Jacksonville, Portsmouth and Keflavik, Iceland. He received the Navy Achievement Medal during his active duty service from 1983 to 1990.

CC Brooks Wolfson Children's Hospital

Cicely (CC) Brooks, MSN, RN-C, C-EFM, NE-BC, FABC

Vice President, Patient Care Services and Chief Nurse Executive, Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville and Wolfson Children’s Hospital

A Jacksonville native, Brooks has worked for Baptist Health for nearly 20 years. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of North Florida in 2000, when she started as a Graduate Nurse in Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville’s Labor and Delivery unit. Several years later, Brooks became the manager for both Labor and Delivery and the Maternal Newborn department. In 2011, she obtained her Master of Science in Nursing Administration from Jacksonville University. She later became a nursing director for adult Medical/Surgical Telemetry, Oncology, Bariatrics, Gynecology and Obstetrics.

Brooks holds a number of certifications and is a Board-Certified Nurse Executive and a Fellow of the Advisory Board. She also has oversight of Perinatal Services across the Baptist Health system. In late 2018, she accepted the newly integrated position of Chief Nurse Executive for both Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville and Wolfson Children’s Hospital.

CC has been married to her husband, Marcus Brooks, for more than 18 years and they have three children, Miles, Layla and Mason.

Thabata Batchelor, FACHE

Thabata Batchelor, FACHE

Assistant Administrator, Operations, Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville and Wolfson Children's Hospital

Thabata Batchelor serves as Baptist Health and Wolfson Children’s Hospital Assistant Administrator, Operations, and oversees strategy and operations of the cardiovascular and neurosciences service lines, pulmonology, pediatric transport team, genetics, the Center for Medically Complex Children, and others.

Prior to joining the hospital in 2013, Thabata worked as a Health Care Policy Analyst for the Florida House of Representatives. During her time in the House she worked on many health care issues including Medicaid Reform, Family and Child Welfare, and Hospital and Facility Regulation. Prior to working in the House, Thabata worked for the Florida Governor’s Office of Policy and Budget and the Florida Department of Health.

A Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), she also serves as the communications director for the ACHE’s North Florida Chapter. She was named to the Jacksonville Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list for 2019. Her community endeavors include serving as vice president on the 2019-2020 board of trustees for Episcopal Children’s Services. She is also a member of United Way’s Women and Local Leadership group and the Ronald McDonald House “Red Shoe Crew.”

A two-time graduate of Florida State University, Thabata graduated in 2010 with her Master’s in Public Health and in 2006 with her Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in Criminology. Thabata was born in Miami and raised in Florida. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, exercising and is an avid lover of Florida State football.

Kyle William Dorsey

Kyle Dorsey, FACHE

Vice President, Operations, Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville and Wolfson Children’s Hospital

Kyle Dorsey joined Baptist Medical Center South in 2014 as the Assistant Administrator of Clinical and Support Services. In October 2017, he was named Vice President of Operations for the Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville and Wolfson Children’s Hospital campus. In this role, Dorsey is a member of Baptist’s leadership team, and oversees the Emergency Management, Environmental Services, Food and Nutrition Services, Imaging, Laboratory, Parking, Pharmacy, Rehabilitation, Security, and Sleep Services. In addition, Dorsey is responsible for the Baptist Health system’s Orthopedic Services.

Prior to joining Baptist Health, Dorsey was a Health System Administrator for Duke University Health System. Dorsey has a Master in Health Administration from the College of Public Health and a Bachelor of Science from the School of Allied Medical Professions, both at The Ohio State University.

Dorsey is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a member of the Board of Directors at PACE Center for Girls Jacksonville. He has received numerous health care awards, including being named to the 2019 list of “Rising Stars under 40” by Becker’s Hospital Review, the 2012 ACHE Regent Award for Early Careerists, the 2010 Young Alumnus Service Award from Ohio State University, and the 2007 Award of Merit from the School of Allied Health Professionals.