Georgetown, Texas — St. David’s Georgetown Hospital has selected Christina Roscoe as its new chief operating officer, effective Aug. 1. In this role, Roscoe will oversee multiple departments, including dietary services, engineering, environmental services, laboratory, radiology and surgery. She will also serve as the hospital’s ethics and compliance officer.
“Christina brings valuable operational experience, overseeing multiple departments and major expansion projects in her previous roles,” Hugh Brown, chief executive officer of St. David’s Georgetown Hospital, said. “As we continue to grow and the number of patients we serve increases, this depth of knowledge will be paramount to our continued focus on meeting the evolving needs of our patients and community.”
Most recently, Roscoe served as assistant chief operating officer in two Dallas-area suburban hospitals—Medical City Plano, a 493-bed acute care hospital, and Medical City Frisco, a 54-bed acute care hospital. She assisted in managing multiple projects, including a $107-million patient tower expansion at Medical City Plano and a $21.6-million women’s expansion at Medical City Frisco. Roscoe was responsible for the robotics and bariatrics service lines, and she also led efforts to increase efficiencies in surgical services and orthopedics.
Roscoe earned a bachelor’s degree in human development and family sciences from The University of Texas at Austin. She holds a master’s degree in healthcare administration from Trinity University in San Antonio.