Josh Floren named president of Texas Health Plano

Josh Floren Josh Floren[/caption]

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano announced Tuesday that interim president Josh Floren has been named president of Texas Health Plano.


Floren, who had served in the interim role since January, joined Texas Health Plano as vice president of professional and support services in July 2013.

Floren brings experience in providing oversight for Texas Health Plano’s ancillary and support services in radiology, rehabilitation, pharmacy, orthopedic joint program and nutrition services. He was also instrumental in the opening of the Texas Health Ben Hogan Concussion Center of Plano and the Ben Hogan Sports Medicine Clinic at Toyota Stadium in Frisco. Named after champion golfer and native Texan, Ben Hogan, the 6,500-square-foot clinic opened in March and provides medical services for FC Dallas youth and professional athletes.

Under Floren’s leadership, Texas Health Plano was also the first hospital in North Texas to offer EOS, a low-dose, 3-D imaging technology.

"While Josh has only been with Texas Health Resources for a short period of time, his commitment to advance care delivery, by working collaboratively with physicians on the medical staff and other caregivers, will enable Texas Health Plano to continue to lead the North Texas market in improving the health of the communities we serve," said Brett McClung, executive vice president and North Zone operations leader at Texas Health Resources in a press release.

Floren holds a Bachelor of Science in biomedical science from Texas A&M University and a master’s degree in health administration from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

Prior to joining Texas Health Plano, Josh served as vice president of operations at Parkland Health and Hospital System and associate administrator of the Charleston Area Medical Center Health System in Charleston, West Virginia. He is also the past president of the North Texas Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives and was an advisory board member for both the American Diabetes Association and the American Cancer Society.

Floren is a member of class 32 of Leadership Plano, a program of the Plano Chamber of Commerce to educate and empower current and future city leaders.


MOST RECENT

Restaurateur Dale Wamstad's new eatery Rooster Town Wafflery opened in Richardson on April 21. (William C. Wadsack/Community Impact Newspaper)
Breakfast, lunch spot opens in Richardson; Ono Poke coming to Southlake and more DFW-area news

Read the latest business and community news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Frisco ISD has plans to launch a new virtual learning school for the 2021-22 school year. (Courtesy Canva)
Frisco ISD to launch virtual school for 2021-22

The Virtual School will be offered to families with students in grades 3-12 who wish to have their students continue to learn virtually.

Construction work.
7 ongoing Plano transportation projects in April and May

Here are some ongoing Plano transportation projects.

Romeo's Pizza is looking to open in Frisco. (Courtesy Romeo's Pizza)
Romeo's Pizza coming to Frisco; steak, seafood lounge returning to Plano and more DFW-area news

Read the latest business and community news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

As part of President Joe Biden’s plan to reopen schools safely nationwide, the department’s National School Lunch Program Seamless Summer Option is being expanded beyond the summertime. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
USDA extends free school meals provision through 2021-22 school year

Schools nationwide will be able to serve nutritious meals to all students free of charge regardless of eligibility through June 30, 2022, officials announced.

school board meeting
Plano ISD planning for full return to classrooms in 2021-22

Plano ISD staff told trustees in a work session April 20 that their instructional plan for next year is being built around the idea that everybody is coming back in person.

Steak and lobster dish.
Steve Fields to bring steak, seafood lounge back to Plano

While the new restaurant does not yet have an official name, Steve Fields said it will have his name in it, just like his previous establishment.

School building.
Plano petition seeking eminent domain special election falls short of requirements

Plano staff said a petition to call a public vote on a proposed ordinance regarding eminent domain was not compliant with state and city requirements.

The company also has plans for another location in Northeast Fort Worth. (Courtesy Starbucks)
Starbucks coming to Fort Worth; Makers Gym opens in Frisco and more DFW-area news

Read the latest business and community news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Store.
Tan Artistry provides healthy, sunless alternative with airbrush tanning

As many of her clients are fair-skinned, Tan Artistry owner Kristin Cole said airbrush tanning is their ticket to a healthy and natural glow.

Sandwich Cubano.
Plano fixture The Latin Pig offers home-cooked, savory food and casual vibe

John Guerrero, who co-owns The Latin Pig with his wife, Ana Costello, said he loves getting feedback from customers about the restaurant.

Meat and vegetables.
Farm2Cook to relocate Plano location in May

The new location will be next door to India Bazaar.