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Wilson N. Jones CEO Steps Down

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SHERMAN, TX--The president and CEO of a local medical center has stepped down from his position. He says he's leaving for some much needed vacation time and to be with his family.

Pat Flynn has been in charge of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital and Wilson N. Jones since 2004. He says he thinks its just time to start spending more time with his loved ones.

"For me, it's time for me to focus on myself and my family and do a little traveling and take some time to refocus and to regroup--see if there's anything else we want to do that brings purpose to our lives," Pat Flynn said, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital and Wilson N. Jones President and CEO.  

Flynn fostered the partnership with Texas Health Resources last April. His resignation is effective September 15th.

A nationwide search is underway for a new CEO.

Jen French, KTEN News

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