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Robert Rupp Named CEO of Parkview Regional Hospital and Ennis Regional Medical Center
Date Posted: May 1, 2020
Author: LifePoint Health
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Mexia, Texas and Ennis, Texas (May 1, 2020) – Parkview Regional Hospital (PRH) and Ennis Regional Medical Center (ERMC) today announced that Robert Rupp has been appointed chief executive officer (CEO) of both facilities, effective May 4, 2020. He replaces Bob Honeycutt who has transitioned to another hospital within the LifePoint Health network.

“Robert is a dedicated healthcare leader with a proven track record of helping hospitals navigate changing environments and succeed,” said Robert Wampler, Mountain Division president of LifePoint Health, of which both PRH and ERMC are a part. “He has demonstrated a strong commitment to quality care, to being a great community partner and to being an advocate for hospital employees and clinicians, and we are confident he is the right person to lead these facilities into the future.” 

A creative and disciplined problem solver, Rupp has noted successes in building cultures around quality, safety and service excellence as well as achievements in fiscal management and physician recruitment. He joins PRH and ERMC from INTEGRIS Grove Hospital in Grove, Oklahoma, where he served as president from 2017-2019. Before Grove Hospital, he served as CEO of the Medical Center of South Arkansas in El Dorado; CEO of Harris Hospital in Newport, Arkansas; interim and assistant CEO for several facilities; and director at Hill Regional Hospital in Hillsboro, Texas. From 1984-2004, Rupp served in the United States Air Force, completing his duty in personnel management as a First Sergeant.

  Rupp holds a Master of Business Administration from Webster University in San Antonio, Texas, and a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Education from Wayland Baptist University in San Antonio, Texas. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association.

About Parkview Regional Hospital 
Parkview Regional Hospital is licensed for 58 beds and offers acute medical/surgical care, rehabilitation, geriatric psychiatric care, surgery and emergency care. The service area covers a 50-mile radius, and approximately 40,000 people in Limestone, Freestone, Hill and Leon counties in Central Texas.

About Ennis Regional Medical Center
Ennis Regional Medical Center is a 60-bed acute care facility providing the residents of Ennis and Ellis Counties with a local health care network designed to meet diverse medical needs, including: cardiac rehabilitation, chest pain awareness, dietary services, digital mammography, orthopedics & sports medicine, rehabilitation services, surgery, and substance use disorder services.