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Medical City Plano Adds New COO and CFO

Collin County's largest hospital adds a North Texas Medical City veteran and an Austinite.
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Cameron Howard (Courtesy: Medical City Plano)

Medical City Plano added two new leaders to their executive team, with Cameron Howard named chief operating officer and Brad Stein named chief financial officer. Stein will also be chief financial officer over Medical City Frisco, Medical City Plano’s sister hospital.


Brad Stein headshot
Brad Stein (Courtesy: Medical City Plano)

Howard joins Medical City Plano from Austin, where he was most recently chief operating officer for St. David’s Surgical Hospital, which provided orthopedic and robotic surgery. He had been with St. David’s Healthcare since 2012, and served on the leadership team of St. David’s North Austin Medical Center. Stein was previously chief financial officer and chief staffing officer at Medical City McKinney, where he had been since 2017. During his time there, the hospital raised $120 million for expansion products that included a new behavioral health and rehabilitation facility and a new hospital tower with an emergency department expansion.

The two will help lead Collin County’s largest hospital, with 603 full-service beds, 2,000 employees, and 1,400 physicians.

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