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Founder of American Widow Project Will Speak at 3rd Annual CTMC Women's Council Dinner > Central Texas Medical Center

Founder of American Widow Project Will Speak at 3rd Annual CTMC Women's Council Dinner > Central Texas Medical Center

Jasmine Burrington, a clincial doctor of audiology, joins Live Oak Health Partners > Central Texas Medical Center: News

Jasmine Burrington, a clincial doctor of audiology, joins Live Oak Health Partners > Central Texas Medical Center: News

Coping with the death of a loved one and taking care of your well-being  #psychicsource

Coping with the death of a loved one and taking care of your well-being #psychicsource

The CTMC Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of Celena McGuill as incoming chairperson to the executive committee. McGuill is a co-owner of LoveBaked Cupcake and Cookie Bakery in San Marcos and is a member of the CTMC Women’s Council. She previously served on the CTMC Foundation Board of Directors for two years.

The CTMC Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of Celena McGuill as incoming chairperson to the executive committee. McGuill is a co-owner of LoveBaked Cupcake and Cookie Bakery in San Marcos and is a member of the CTMC Women’s Council. She previously served on the CTMC Foundation Board of Directors for two years.

Lenore DePagter Joins CTMC Leadership > Central Texas Medical Center

Lenore DePagter Joins CTMC Leadership > Central Texas Medical Center

Live Oak Health Partners Community Clinic welcomes new director > Central Texas Medical Center: News

Live Oak Health Partners Community Clinic welcomes new director > Central Texas Medical Center: News

Taryn Davis, became a military widow at 21. As days turned into weeks the support drifted away. She spent nights researching support services & looking for others who shared the same tragedy in a time of war. Feeling lost & alone, she reached out to another widows' stories of love, tragedy, & survival. She founded The American Widow Project, dedicated to the new generation of military widows.  Inspired by the strength of women “in her shoes” she has found that true love is eternal.

Taryn Davis, became a military widow at 21. As days turned into weeks the support drifted away. She spent nights researching support services & looking for others who shared the same tragedy in a time of war. Feeling lost & alone, she reached out to another widows' stories of love, tragedy, & survival. She founded The American Widow Project, dedicated to the new generation of military widows. Inspired by the strength of women “in her shoes” she has found that true love is eternal.

Sam Huenergardt, president and chief executive officer of Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC), an Adventist Health System facility, will transfer to serve as president/CEO for Parker Adventist Hospital in Parker, Colorado effective July 27, 2015.

Sam Huenergardt, president and chief executive officer of Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC), an Adventist Health System facility, will transfer to serve as president/CEO for Parker Adventist Hospital in Parker, Colorado effective July 27, 2015.

Remembrance Garden Blessing & Butterfly Release: The first phase of the Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC) Remembrance Garden opened with a special ceremony on Oct. 15, 2012, which is recognized as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Remembrance Day. The garden provides a private and serene place for anyone who experiences, or has experienced, the loss of a loved one, with a special focus on babies.

Remembrance Garden Blessing & Butterfly Release: The first phase of the Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC) Remembrance Garden opened with a special ceremony on Oct. 15, 2012, which is recognized as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Remembrance Day. The garden provides a private and serene place for anyone who experiences, or has experienced, the loss of a loved one, with a special focus on babies.

Jim Boyle is returning again to serve as the interim CEO for Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC). Boyle will officially begin responsibilities at the 178-bed facility on Monday, July 6 and will remain in the senior leadership role until a permanent replacement is found. He previously served as interim CEO in 2010.

Jim Boyle is returning again to serve as the interim CEO for Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC). Boyle will officially begin responsibilities at the 178-bed facility on Monday, July 6 and will remain in the senior leadership role until a permanent replacement is found. He previously served as interim CEO in 2010.

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