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Robbins now Chief Medical Officer at HCA North Texas

Nathan Scott Robbins, image from HCA North Texas Division Nathan Scott Robbins, image from HCA North Texas Division

By James Clark - email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The former Chief Medical Officer for Covenant Medical Group in Lubbock now has a new position in the Metroplex.  HCA North Texas announced last week that it hired Nathan Scott Robbins to become its Chief Medical Officer.  As the CMO, Robbins will lead HCA's patient and employee safety initiatives for 10 hospitals, one pediatric hospital, one  psychiatric hospital, 12 surgery centers and 13 imaging centers.

In a written statement, Dr. Robbins said, "By joining a world class organization like HCA North Texas, I am excited about building upon existing successes, especially in the areas of quality and safety."

Dr. Robins holds a medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch and a bachelor's degree in Zoology from Texas Tech University.

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