Jeff Reecer was
named president for Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen in
September 2012 after serving as the hospital's interim president
for two months.
Reecer is no stranger to the Texas
Health Resources family. He previously served as vice president
of operations of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton for 11
years. He was instrumental in the onboarding of employees and
physicians on the medical staff when the hospital became a wholly
owned member of Texas Health Resources in 2009.
Prior to his tenure at Texas
Health, Reecer held administrative positions for hospital systems
in west Texas, including Covenant Health System in Lubbock,
Lockney General Hospital District in Lockney and Sierra Medical
Center in El Paso.
A native of Lockney, Texas, Reecer
holds a bachelor of science and a master of business
administration from Texas Tech University.
Robert Schwab, M.D.
M.D., serves as vice president and chief medical officer
at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen.
Schwab, who previously served as
chief medical officer at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital
Denton, came to North Texas in 2010 from St. Luke's Hospital in
Kansas City, Mo., where he served in the Patient Safety/Risk
In his role as chief medical
officer, Schwab works closely with hospital and medical staff
leadership to promote clinical excellence and safety in patient
care. His primary objective will be to foster physician
engagement in clinical initiatives and to work with Quality and
Patient Safety/Risk Management departments within the
Schwab graduated from the
University of Virginia College of Arts and Sciences. He received
his medical degree from the University of Virginia School of
Medicine and completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at
Truman Medical Center in Kansas City. He is board-certified in
Chief Nursing Officer
Raymond Kelly, R.N.
Raymond Kelly, R.N., M.S.N., is Texas Health Allen's interim chief nursing officer. Kelly previously served as Texas Health Plano’s chief nursing officer. He came to Plano from Baptist Hospital of Miami in Florida, where he had served as the director of nursing since 2006.
In his role as interim chief nursing officer, Kelly is responsible for the day-to-day operations and strategic planning for the Medical/Surgical, Women’s and Children’s, and Emergency departments.
Kelly became a registered nurse through his studies at Glantawe School of Nursing in Swansea, UK. He obtained his diploma in Business and Management Studies at Ealing College in London, UK, and his Master of Science in Nursing from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Fla.