February 27, 2020
Medical City Weatherford has announced its Board of Trustees for 2020. The hospital board is comprised of 10 community members who serve to advise and advocate for the hospital.
This year, Medical City Weatherford welcomes two incoming board members, Lance Arnold and Paula Robinson.
Lance Arnold has been Weatherford's chief of police since June 2017. Prior to that, Chief Arnold served with the Norman, Oklahoma Police Department for 20 years. Chief Arnold holds a Bachelor of Liberal Studies from the University of Oklahoma and a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice from the American Military University. He is an active member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association and the Texas Police Chiefs Association.
Since 2003, Paula Robinson has served as director, executive director and, most currently, CEO for Parker County Center of Hope, a poverty assistance program in Parker County. Under her leadership, the center successfully completed a $5 million capital campaign to restore a 31,000 square foot facility for its education and outreach programs and its community food pantry.
"We're honored to have such an impressive group of community leaders and physicians serving on our board of trustees," says Sean Kamber, CEO at Medical City Weatherford. "We appreciate their dedication and contributions, not only to Medical City Weatherford, but also to Parker County."
Medical City Weatherford Board of Trustees for 2020:
- Chairman Lorren Mott, MD, Heart Center of North Texas
- Sean Kamber, Medical City Weatherford
- Judy Flanagin, Office of State Representative Phil King
- Michael Carter, Parker County Hospital District
- Tammy Gazzola, Weatherford Chamber of Commerce
- Scott Walker, MD, Lone Star Medical Group
- Lindsay McBride, DO, Weatherford OB/Gynecology
- Ashley Conlon, Century 21 Real Estate
- Lance Arnold, Weatherford Chief of Police
- Paula Robinson, Center of Hope