Milla Perry Jones

Milla Perry Jones is vice president of government affairs for United Surgical Partners International.  USPI owns and operates over 200 healthcare facilities in 26 states, of those 50 ambulatory surgery centers and 7 surgical specialty hospitals are in Texas. In her role with USPI, Jones passionately advocates at both the state and national level for physician ownership of healthcare facilities.

Following graduation from Texas Tech University, Ms Jones completed a dietetic internship at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas and became the Director of Food Services for Hendrick Medical Center in Abilene, Texas in 1970.  Jones returned to Dallas and Baylor in the mid 80s where over the course of 20 years she became a senior fund raising officer for Baylor Health Care System Foundation.

Jones is a board member of the Texas Ambulatory Surgery Center Society and Physician Hospitals of America, a founding member of the Texas Physician Owned Hospital Association , and the conference chair and charity event founder of Ambulatory Surgery Centers of America.  She is also a board member of Dallas Summer Musicals, Inc., Texas Horse Park, and Texas Cultural Trust.  She sits on the advisory boards for Cattle Barons, Frost Bank of Texas, and Southwest Transplant Alliance.

Jones holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas Tech University.


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