Medical City Plano
October 01, 2021

Plano, Texas – Christina Roscoe has been named chief operating officer at Medical City Plano, effective October 4.

Since 2019, Roscoe has served as chief operating officer, ethics and compliance officer and chief staffing officer at St. David’s Georgetown Hospital. During this time, she led strategic initiatives that contributed to significant growth in key services, including establishment of a robotic surgery program. Prior to that role, she served as assistant chief operating officer at Medical City Plano from 2017 to 2019, providing management support for multiple projects, including a $107-million patient tower and the expansion and development of bariatrics and robotic surgical lines.

“We are delighted to welcome Christina back to Medical City Plano,” says Jyric Sims, Medical City Plano CEO. “Her knowledge of our hospital and community combined with her dynamic leadership will be a tremendous addition to our executive team and support Medical City Plano as the destination of choice for healthcare excellence in Collin County and beyond.”

In her time at St. David’s Georgetown Hospital, Roscoe also managed program development and construction of a newly established interventional radiology program with oversight of surgical services, imaging, facilities, laboratory services, food and nutrition services, environmental services, security and patient safety. In addition, she contributed to leadership efforts that helped the hospital earn top performance in employee engagement and physician engagement scores.

Roscoe earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Sciences from The University of Texas at Austin. She holds a Master of Health Care Administration from Trinity University in San Antonio.