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President

Joseph DeLeon

Joseph DeLeon

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Joseph DeLeon began serving as president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest in May 2013. He is a former captain of the United States Air Force Medical Services Corps and has served in health care management since 1991. 

DeLeon joined Texas Health in 2005 as vice president of professional services and business development at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth. In this role, he was responsible for all ancillary functions, strategic planning and business development activities for the hospital. He led development and implementation of numerous new and expanded services including development and oversight for the Texas Health Harris Methodist Outpatient Center Burleson and the Texas Rehabilitation Hospital of Fort Worth, a joint venture with Centerre Healthcare, expanded the Texas Health Ben Hogan Sports Medicine service line across North Texas, and recruited and deployed traumatic hand surgeons and other key revenue growth initiatives.

DeLeon is chairman of the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and chairman of the LifeGift Board of Trustees, vice-chair of the Texas Health Specialty Hospital Board of Directors, chair of the Texas Rehabilitation Hospital of Fort Worth Board of Directors and is on the Board of Visitors for the AdRan College of Liberal Arts at Texas Christian University.

DeLeon is a fellow of the Leadership Fort Worth Program, a member of the 2012-2013 Leadership North Texas class, an alumnus of the Fort Worth Business Press 40 under 40, a member of the Bryan-College Station Chamber of Commerce Leadership Development Program and member of the Cardiovascular Health Fellowship, Health Forum for the American Hospital Association. He is an associate with the American College of Healthcare Executives.

DeLeon earned both a Bachelor of Science in political science in 1991 and a Master of Public Administration in health systems administration in 1994 from Texas A&M University.

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Chief Nursing Officer

Mary Robinson
Mary Robinson

Mary Robinson is the vice president of Patient Care Services and chief nursing officer at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth. In this role, Robinson is responsible for developing and overseeing the implementation of policies, procedures, and standards of care and practice that provide direction for the delivery of patient care at the hospital. Robinson has been with Texas Health Southwest in this role since 2007; she has served in the Texas Health Resources system for more than 25 years. Under her leadership at Texas Health Southwest, the hospital is piloting the role of Clinical Nurse Leader ®and a digital mammography program was implemented.

Robinson has received the National Nursing Staff Development Organization Excellence in Administration Award, Lucy Harris Linn Award for Excellence in Teaching and was named a Distinguished Alumni for the University of Texas at Arlington School of Nursing. Robinson is a Magnet Appraiser with the American Nurse Credentialing Center and has served as the chair of the Texas Nurses Association's Staffing Effectiveness Committee.

Prior to joining Texas Health Southwest, Robinson served as the director of Professional Practice and Education/regional director of Clinical Education for Texas Health. She also served as the Magnet project director at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth. Robinson received her bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Texas at Arlington and earned a master's of science and Ph.D. in nursing from Texas Woman's University.

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Chief Medical Officer

G. Mark Montgomery, M.D.
Mark Montgomery, M.D.

G. Mark Montgomery, M.D., joined Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth in August 2013, serving as chief medical officer. He arrived in Fort Worth from St. Joseph Health System in Bryan, Texas, where he had served since 1982, most recently as senior vice president and chief medical officer. He also was a founding partner of the Brazos Valley Women’s Center in Bryan, and is an assistant clinical professor at Texas A&M University Health Science Center in College Station.

Montgomery has more than 20 years of clinical experience and 14 years as a physician hospital executive in a locally integrated community health system providing acute, rehabilitation, long term, critical access, and ambulatory health care. He is experienced in providing oversight for performance improvement, infection control, patient safety, accreditation and regulatory affairs, medical staff services and physician relations.

A graduate of Texas A&M, Montgomery received his medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, followed by a residency at St. Paul Hospital. He also has earned a Master of Medical Management degree from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. He is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology and a member of the American College of Physician Executives.

Montgomery was born and raised in Victoria. His wife, Carol, is a native of Mineral Wells, and they have three children, two boys and a girl.

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