YHEC participates in seminar at Medical City Plano
Joseph DeLeon (l to r), Bishop Michael McKee and Josh Floren.
The DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) hosted the May session of its Young Healthcare Executive Cohort (YHEC) today at Medical City Plano. Speakers included Tabitha South, assistant chief nursing officer at Medical City Plano, discussing “Patient Expectations;” and Jyric Sims, chief executive officer of Medical City Fort Worth detailing “Leadership Traits.”
A panel discussion on “Palliative Care” included Josh Floren, president of Texas Health Presbyterian Plano Hospital and Bishop Michael McKee of United Methodist Church. Joseph DeLeon, president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, served as moderator.
The event also included a facility tour of Medical City Plano.
YHEC is a complimentary DFWHC program to provide education, networking and collaboration to area hospital executives 40 years of age or younger. It was started in 2018 by Love and Fraser Hay, president of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano. This year’s sessions are being coordinated by Sims, a board member of DFWHC.
For information, please contact DFWHC at 972-719-4900.