Texas Health Resources

Meet the Recruiters

Three knowlegable Texas Health recruiters seek top-notch medical talent from across the United States and around the world.

Why not get to know one today?

Take a look at the information below and then contact Greg, Linda or Meghan to learn more about the exciting realm of physician opportunities currently available in the hospitals of Texas Health Resources.

Greg Foster | Linda Hamar | Meghan Speer 

 


Greg Foster

Physician Recruiter

682-236-7443  |  GregFoster@TexasHealth.org

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Greg Foster has recruited physicians for Texas Health since 1995 and has more than two decades of related experience.

"I enjoy helping physicians find a rewarding practice in a community they like. And on the other side, I enjoy building up the communities we serve by bringing in excellent doctors to provide high-quality care for all of my fellow North Texans."
 
Foster has a bachelor's degree in Communications from Harding University and enjoys gardening, painting, vocal music, writing and riding a retro scooter.  He is married and has one teenage son.  

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Linda Hamar

Physician Recruiter

214-345-4263  |  LindaHamar@TexasHealth.org

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Linda Hamar has pursued her passion of helping others find the job that gives them a balance with life, family and profession since joining Texas Health in 1995. She is an active citizen and community advocate in her hometown of Wylie, a dynamic suburb northeast of Dallas in Collin County.

She takes great pride in having successfully recruited three and sometimes four new partners into existing physician group practices.

A gardener in her spare time, Hamar has been married to her high school sweetheart since 1975. She and her husband have two sons and a beautiful daughter-in-law. 

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Meghan Speer

Physician Recruiter

214-345-6353  |  MeghanSpeer@TexasHealth.org

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Meghan Speer is a native of Roanoke, Va., and holds a bachelor's degree from Baylor University. She and her husband are the parents of a son, born in 2010.

Her own personal journey informs her professional life: "I love working for Texas Health because it provides all-around care. I am a cancer survivor and know the importance of not just physical care, but mental and spiritual care.  Not many places offer such great care and that is why I work for Texas Health."

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