Future of Hunt Regional Medical Center at Lunch Center | Local News


The future of medicine in Greenville and Hunt County will be the focus of a luncheon presentation this week titled

Growing for the Future, a regional overview from Hunt.

The presentation at the Greenville Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Members Luncheon will begin at 11 a.m. Friday at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center.

Lee Boles, President and CEO of Hunt Regional, will speak about the growth and expansion of the Greenville location and other campuses. Other speakers will focus on NICU and Maternity, Stryker Mako (Robotic Assisted Surgery) and Orthopedics, 4DCT, Immunotherapy, Cancer Center, and Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke.

The expansion of Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville is nearing completion. A groundbreaking ceremony was held in February 2021 on the 31,000 square foot two-story expansion that will house Hunt Regional’s women’s and surgical services, with 21 new patient rooms and a 27,000 foot renovation obstetrics facility squares .

Hunt County voters approved $28 million in bond financing for the project in May 2019.

The expansion of the surgical center is expected to allow for continued growth and new providers and services.

Friday’s luncheon speakers are expected to include Dr. Abdul Jalil regarding neurology; Dr. David Liao in orthopedic surgery; Dr. Asif Khattak regarding neonatology; Dr. Roger Belbel in interventional cardiology; and Dr. Meera Shreedhara regarding medical oncology.

Booths will be featured by Hunt Regional Lab Solutions, Hunt Regional Medical Partners, Hunt Regional Healthcare’s Mobile Mammography Coach; Hunt Regional Home Care; Hunt Regional Ambulatory Therapy Services; and the Hunt Regional Healthcare Foundation.

Lunch will be provided by Chick-fil-A. Pre-registration for Chamber members is $25 and includes lunch. Non-member or event day registration is $30.

Further information is available online at http://www.greenvillechamber.com or by calling 903-455-1510.


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