Our Leadership

Leadership Team

Executive Staff

Joseph Resnick, MHA, FACHE

Chief Executive Officer

Joseph D. Resnick joined Premier Community HealthCare Group, Inc. as the Chief Executive Officer effective August 22, 2014. Resnick is a board certified healthcare executive. Read Full Bio.

Chief Financial Officer

Prior to joining Premier Community HealthCare in 2018, Mr. Brandt worked for  Community Health Center of the New River Valley as the Finance Director.

Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Heron joined Premier in August 2015. Dr. Heron has practiced medicine as a primary care physician for twelve years. After earning a medical degree at Ross University School of Medicine, Dr. Heron completed her residency at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in New York. As the Chief Medical Director, Dr. Heron continues to see patients at the Zephyrhills Family Health Center and also leads the team of Premier providers. She is responsible for all clinical outcomes of the health center.


Human Resources Officer

Ms. Jackie Florez joined Premier Community HealthCare in 2004. Prior to joining the organization, Ms. Florez worked in various leadership roles at the Florida Center for Allergy and Asthma Care. She is responsible for all aspects of hiring, separation, credentialing, and benefits.

Dental & Associate Medical Director

Dr. Jose Peralta joined Premier Community HealthCare as the Dental Director in 2015 and was promoted to Associate Medical Director in 2016. Dr. Peralta has practiced dentistry for twenty years. Read Full Bio.

Compliance Officer

Mrs. Maricela Siller joined Premier Community HealthCare in 2005 as Accounts Payable/Purchasing and Payroll Clerk in the Finance Department. Previously, Mrs. Siller worked as an HR Recruiter for Pepsi Bottling Group. She is responsible for all aspects of the Corporate Compliance Program, Risk Management & Patient Safety Plan, HIPAA, Safety and Security.

Cheryl Pollock, GPC, BA, M.Ed

Chief Development & Communications Officer

Mrs. Cheryl Pollock joined Premier Community HealthCare in 2012. Prior to joining the organization, Mrs. Pollock’s career includes two decades in the non-profit sector, serving in various leadership roles with a focus on community development, training, project management, and fund development. She is responsible for all fundraising and development activities including donor relations, special events, sponsorships, grant research, and grant writing. Pollock also leads strategic initiatives including partnership development, public relations, marketing, and communications.

Key Management Staff

Nursing Director

Mrs. Dinah Deal-Grant joined Premier Community HealthCare in 1988 as a nurse, served as the site manager for Women’s Health, and was promoted to Nursing Director in 2010. She is responsible for all aspects of the clinical nursing team, assisting the CMO, and establishing and maintaining all clinical policies. Deal-Grant also provides oversight for accreditation activities, Patient Care Coordination, Community Services, and the Health Information Management Systems department.

Sheila Green, MCSE, MCSA, CCNA, A+, NET+

IT Director

Mrs. Sheila Green joined Premier Community HealthCare in 2004. She previously worked for the Polk County School District as an IT Manager and for Data Integrity Services as a consultant. She brings more than 16 years of experience in Information Technology and is responsible for all aspects of Information Technology, including Electronic Medical Records, networking, telephone, and data security.

Operations Director

Mrs. Gabriela Herrera joined Premier Community HealthCare in 2004 as a referral specialist. Over the years, she has worked in various positions ultimately rising to the role of Office Manager for the Zephyrhills Family Health Center. After leading the site for nearly four years, Mrs. Herrera was promoted to Operations Director. Herrera leads the team of office managers and is responsible for all aspects of health center operations to ensure consistency, efficiency, and the optimal patient experience.