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Texas Health Resources Announces Executive Advancements

ARLINGTON, Texas — Texas Health Resources today announced the following executive advancements:

Brett McClung, FACHE

Brett McClung, FACHE
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Joseph DeLeon Ramona Osburn, FACHE
Joseph DeLeon Ramona Osburn, FACHE

Brett McClung, FACHE, will become executive vice president/North Zone operations leader, effective May 1. In his new role, McClung will work with Elizabeth Ransom, M.D., executive vice president/North Zone clinical leader, to direct Texas Health’s operational and clinical initiatives in their geographic area. McClung is currently president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth.

Joseph DeLeon will assume the role of president, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth, effective May 1. DeLeon currently serves as vice president of professional and support services, cardiovascular services and business development at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth.

Ramona Osburn, FACHE, has been promoted to vice president of behavioral health for Texas Health Resources, effective April 1. She will be responsible for alignment, integration and standardization of behavioral health services across the Texas Health system. Osburn currently is senior director of Texas Health Springwood Hospital HEB and Texas Health Seay Behavioral Health Center in Plano.

About Texas Health Resources
Texas Health Resources is one of the largest faith-based, nonprofit health systems in the United States. The health system includes 25 acute care and short-stay hospitals that are owned, operated, joint-ventured or affiliated with Texas Health Resources. It includes the Texas Health Presbyterian, Texas Health Arlington Memorial and Texas Health Harris Methodist hospitals, Huguley Memorial Medical Center, Texas Health Physicians Group, outpatient facilities, behavioral health and home health, preventive and fitness services, and an organization for medical research and education.

For more information about Texas Health Resources, call 1-877-THR-WELL, or visit

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