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Health Care New CEO at Community Hospice of Texas and Providence Hospice

New CEO at Community Hospice of Texas and Providence Hospice

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Community Hospice of Texas and Providence Hospice announced Feb. 15 that Andrea Green will retire as chief executive officer March 31. The board of directors has selected Victoria L. Jingle as her replacement, effective April 1. Jingle currently is executive vice president and has been with the organization for 16 years.

“It has been an honor and a privilege to have led such an incredible company for the past 21 years,” Green said in a news release. “I am confident that under the leadership of Victoria Jingle, Community Hospice of Texas and Providence Hospice will continue to provide the best hospice care to our patients and our communities.”

Green has been CEO since inception of the organization in 1996. The news release said that Community Hospice of Texas and Providence Hospice is the largest not-for-profit hospice in Texas. During Green’s tenure, Community Hospice of Texas has served more than 40,000 patients and their families in 26 counties with both inpatient facilities and in-home hospice care. The organization serves approximately 8,300 patients annually in Cleburne, Dallas, Fort Worth, Mexia, Waco, Whitney and surrounding communities.


– FWBP Staff


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