Barbara Aydlett Barbara Aydlett

2038 FM 933
Aquilla, TX 76622
254-694-6307
254-582-1579
baydlett@windstream.net
District
Heart of TX

Committees:
Executive Committee
Health & Human Resources
Election & Credentials - Chair
Heart of Texas
Serving 3rd term.

Barbara Aydlett is a Registered Nurse with a Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration. She retired in 2010 as Administrator of Family Diagnostic Medical Center, a Rural Health Clinic in Hillsboro, Texas. Previous experience includes 24 years clinical and administrative positions in hospitals. These positions included Manager, Emergency Department; Director of Quality Assurance/Risk Management; Vice President, Patient Care Services/CNO; and Administrative Director of an Outpatient Facility.

Barbara is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and a past member of the Texas Nurses Association; American Nurses Association; Texas Organization of Nurse Executives; Texas Association of Rural health Clinics; and the Texas Hospital Association. Barbara is a member of Hillsboro Lions club and has served as 3rd, 2nd, 1st, Vice presidents, and President, 2013-2014. She was named Lion of the year for 2010-2011. She now serves Lions District 2-X3 as a Board member for the Texas Lions Camp.

She is a past board member for the Hillsboro Main Street Program, Nacogdoches Chamber of Commerce, Upshur County Child Welfare Board, Piney Woods Area Health Education Council, Texas Rural Health Association and the Texas Nurses Association, Governmental Affairs Committee. She was a graduate of Leadership Nacogdoches and Co-Chair of Health Care Day. She has served on the HOTCOG Health & Human Services Advisory Council since 2010.

Barbara has been a member of the Texas Silver-Haired Legislature since 2011. She served as Chair, Health & Human Resources Committee 2 terms and Secretary, one term. She is a member of the Legislative Action Committee and Executive Committee.

Barbara is married to Ron Soulliere. She has two children, two grandchildren, two Dachshunds, and two miniature donkeys.