Who We Are – Health Center

Bell Health Center

header-title-decorationWho We Are – Health Center

Bell Health Center is part of the Health Services Ambulatory Care Network South Los Angeles Health Center Group.  At Bell Health Center, we deliver high quality, patient-centered care in a welcoming setting where our patients trust us as their source of care. We work together to create a supportive environment in which all staff are empowered to proudly and responsibly serve our community.

Raymond Perry, M.D.

Dr. Raymond Perry is a pediatrician and has enjoyed a career of serving families and advocating for his patients and community.  He graduated from Emory School of Medicine, completed pediatric residency at Comer Children’s Hospital at the University of Chicago, and completed a health services research fellowship at UCLA.  He previously served as Medical Director of the juvenile justice system in Los Angeles County.  As Director of South Los Angeles Health Center Group, he is focused on leading teams to provide high quality care to all patients, engaging patients and staff in continuous improvement of our services, and serving the community through partnerships with local agencies and other County departments.

Marion Thornton-White, MSN, RN
Clinical Nursing Director

Marion Thornton-White currently serves as a Clinical Nursing Director with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services – Ambulatory Care Network. She has a forty-year career in nursing serving underrepresented communities in New Orleans, LA and Los Angeles, CA. She oversees nursing operations at South Los Angeles Health Group and Coastal Health Group. Marion has an extensive Public Health background working Maternal Child Health Programs, and Department of Children and Family Services. She is a graduate of Dillard University and Louisiana State University.  Prior to her role as Clinical Nursing Director, Marion coordinated the Black Infant Health Program (BIH), the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Program, and the Fetal Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) Program for Los Angeles County Department of Health Services. She served as a contributing writer on, “How to lower the risk of SIDS in the African American community”, and initiative sponsored by the California State Department of Health – Maternal Child Health Branch. She and other professional colleagues received numerous grants from the Office of Substance Abuse Prevention, to operate programs for pregnant substance abusers at the height of crack cocaine epidemic in Los Angeles County.

Elise Hulsebos, MPH
Assistant Administrator

Elise Hulsebos oversees facility operations and patient-support services for South Los Angeles Health Center Group. Prior to joining the Department of Health Services, Mrs. Hulsebos spent three years in Medical Administration at the Department of Veterans Affairs.  Prior to that, she served nine years in the United States Navy as a Public Health and Medical Planning Officer in support of healthcare operations around the globe.  She holds a Master of Public Health from Florida International University and is a Member of the American College of Healthcare Executives.  Mrs. Hulsebos is committed to providing high quality services with utmost compassion and respect for all.