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Medical City Arlington CEO retires

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Medical City Arlington CEO Winston Borland will retire March 31 after a 34-year career with Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), the hospital announced Jan. 6.

Borland has been with HCA since 1983 and CEO of Medical City Arlington since January 2010. Prior to joining Medical City Arlington, he served as COO of Medical Center of Plano; CEO at HCA Northwest Regional Hospital, an 89-bed hospital in Corpus Christi; and VP/Group Chief Financial Officer for Epic Healthcare in Dallas, Texas, covering 18 hospitals with revenues $1.2 billion.

Medical City Arlington (MCA) is a 366-bed full-service, acute care hospital in South Arlington. The hospital is the official hospital of the Texas Rangers.

“I am very grateful for a rewarding career with HCA and proud to have worked for an organization committed to providing high quality healthcare and improving the lives of the people we serve,” Borland said in a statement. “I am especially proud of the work accomplished by the team at Medical City Arlington. The hospital is in a strong position for continued growth and success.”

Medical City Arlington is currently pursuing Level II trauma status and undergoing a five-story, $60 million expansion to the existing women’s tower, which will become Medical City Arlington Women’s Hospital.


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