Brett Lee will be first president of Texas Health Hospital Frisco

Arlington-based Texas Health Resources has tapped Brett Lee as the first president of Texas Health Hospital Frisco, scheduled to open later this year.

Texas Health Hospital Frisco is a part of a campus that Texas Health Resources is building as a joint venture with UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.

Mr. Lee has worked in joint venture environments in the past, serving as president of joint venture between Tenet Healthcare and Baylor Scott & White Health, both based in Dallas, that operated five hospitals. He has also served as vice president of operations and clinical services at Children's Medical Center of Dallas.

Texas Health Hospital Frisco will encompass 325,000 square feet and include 73 beds.

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