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Cassidi Roberts, RN, BSN, CEN, has been named the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) for Medical Center of McKinney.


Roberts has been with Medical Center of McKinney for 10 years in a variety of positions including staff nurse and clinical supervisor of the emergency department, executive director of critical care services and assistant chief nursing officer. She served as the interim chief nursing officer since February.


“I am excited to announce the promotion of Cassidi to Chief Nursing Officer,” said Ernest C. Lynch, III, FACHE, Medical Center of McKinney CEO. “Cassidi has served in a number of very important leadership roles in the organization, and is well-respected by our physicians and clinical team. As CNO, she will continue to lead our nursing teams forward in providing quality care to our patients.”



Roberts has been a nurse for more than 14 years and is committed to creating an environment that allows nurses to thrive and excel in their profession, while fostering a positive, unified team to further enhance ethical, safe and effective patient centered care.

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