Kevin Wacasey, M.D.
Director of Operations
Director of Finance
Dr. Kevin Wacasey grew up in Fort Worth, and graduated medical school from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in 1994. He then went on to complete a residency in Emergency Medicine at Orlando Regional Medical Center.
After moving back home in 1997, Dr. Wacasey practiced in local Emergency Rooms until 2013, when he decided to open his own medical practice. Since then he has practiced at the Colleyville Medical Clinic, where he doesn’t accept health insurance.
In his spare time Dr. Wacasey enjoys swimming, cooking, writing, and blogging at healthcareonomics.com, where he gets to vent his frustrations with our health care and health insurance industries.
Read more about Dr. Wacasey here.
Jennifer was born and raised in Norfolk, V.A. but moved to Texas as a teenager. Her work experience includes positions in marketing to management, and clinically she sharpened her skills working in a veterinary office, before joining Dr. Wacasey as practice manager for the Colleyville Medical Clinic.
Jennifer believes that health care should be affordable, and has made it her mission to help inform Americans about the cost saving options they have. Especially those who have high deductible insurance plans, or no health insurance at all.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, photography, and reading. (She may also have a slight obsession with makeup.)
An east Texas native, David Gibbs received his B.A. and Masters degrees in Accounting from the University of Texas at Dallas. During college, David worked as a technician in the Emergency Room of a busy Dallas trauma center.
David’s work experience include serving as an internal auditor for a couple of major airlines, and as Regional Controller overseeing the Western United States for a building material distributor. He has now joined Health eLabs and is looking forward to helping people save money on their health care.
In his free time, David loves to spend time with family, visit national parks, scuba dive, bake Texas-themed desserts and eat great barbeque.