Paris Regional Medical Center Announces New Medical Executive Committee Members

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Paris Regional Medical Center announced the newly elected Medical Executive Committee for the 2017 year during their first

official meeting on 1/24/17. This 13-member committee serves as the governing body for the hospital’s 258-member medical staff.

Amanda Green, MD, Internal Medicine; has been newly elected to serve as Chief of the Medical Staff and Chair of the Medical Executive Committee.

Stephen Walter, MD, Past Chief of MedicalStaff, Pathology

Paul Dwyer, MD, Vice Chief of Staff, Emergency Medicine

Drew Temple, MD, Chief of Surgery, Orthopedics; Newly elected member

Cliff Scott, MD, Chief of Medicine, Pediatrics; Newly elected member

Pia Lippincott, MD, At-Large, Anesthesia

Greg Matter, MD, At-Large, Cardiothoracic Surgery

Non-Voting Members:
Mark Campbell, MD, Trauma, Director, General Surgery
Steve Hyde, CEO
Lynnette Watkins, MD, COO/CMO
Edward Donel, Chief Quality Director
Stacy Eatherly, Administration
Michele Cook, Medical Staff Services

About the Medical Executive Committee: The Medical Executive Committee (MEC) is the primary governance committee for the independent medical staff. The MEC, with input from the medical staff, makes key leadership decisions related to medical staff policies, procedures, and rules, with an emphasis on quality control and quality improvement initiatives.

About Paris Regional Medical Center Paris Regional Medical Center offers the most comprehensive health and wellness care in Northeast Texas and Southeast Oklahoma. Its campuses offer general acute-care services, including cardiovascular, women’s health, and rehabilitation, surgical, gero-psychiatric and pediatric services. For more information, like us on Facebook facebook.com/ParisRegional.

2017-03-20T15:22:08+00:00 March 4th, 2017|News|