About Pat Currie
Pat Currie has 38 years experience in Healthcare Administration and is currently the President of Hospital and Clinics Operations of Baylor Scott & White Health, the largest not for profit healthcare system in Texas. BSWH is a result of a merger between two healthcare organizations each with over 100 years of history, Baylor Healthcare System and Baylor Scott & White Healthcare.
Pat is currently responsible for the operational oversight of the 25 owned hospitals and almost 700 clinics in central Texas and Dallas/Fort Worth. She also serves on various System Committees and Councils.
Pat came to Scott & White in August 2004 as the Chief Executive Officer of the flagship hospital and has had continued expansion in her role over the 15 years. Prior to joining Scott & White Healthcare, Pat spent 23 years in Houston where her work history included positions held as Chief Executive Officer for Spring Branch Medical Center (1997-2004); Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Officer for Rosewood Medical Center (1985-1997); and Clinic Administrator for Macgregor Medical Clinic (1981-1985).
Pat is a Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives and has been active in various Boards, inclusive of the American Hospital Association Metropolitan Governance Board and Regional Policy Board 7, the Temple Economic Development Council Board, and various professional organizations. She has twice been named by Becker’s Hospital Review as one of 130 women hospital and health system leaders to know.
Pat lives with her husband of 39 years in Temple, Texas and has two children and three grandchildren. Pat’s hobbies include jogging, reading, and various outdoor activities.