Texas Medical Center vice president retires
Robert Stott is retiring as vice president and chief operating officer of Texas Medical Center after 14 years of service.
Stott joined Texas Medical Center in 1997. Before becoming vice president, he was the director of the Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center, which is an institution of the Texas Medical Center.
He also served as the director of the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Philadelphia and the associate hospital director of the Veteran Affairs Medical Centers in Houston; Madison, Wis.; and West Roxbury, Mass.
Stott has received several awards throughout his career, including the Presidential Rank Award of Meritorious Executive in the Senior Executive Service and the Department of Veterans Affairs Distinguished Career Award.
"Bob has led many departments in the organization and has been instrumental in the planning and development of the Texas Medical Center," said Richard E. Wainerdi, Texas Medical Center president and CEO, in the press release. "He helped us accomplish many improvement projects with the city and county during a time of unprecedented growth and was a valuable mentor to our staff."
The new vice president to take Stott's place will be Michelle Mahfouz, who has 18 years of experience in administration, operations, productivity, human resources and process improvement.
Founded in 1945, the Texas Medical Center is the largest medical complex in the world and consists of 50 institutions offering education, patient care and research to help improve the health of people everywhere.
For more information, visit www.tmc.edu.
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