Hendrick Health System CEO to retire, ending 14-year tenure: 5 things to know

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Tim Lancaster, president and CEO of Hendrick Health System in Abilene, Texas, is retiring in December.

Here are five things to know:

1. Mr. Lancaster became CEO in 2004.

2. During his tenure, the health system completed an $86 million expansion as well as developed a freestanding hospice center, a medical plaza and emergency department.

3. Mr. Lancaster also played a key role in expanding Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center's Abilene Campus offerings, including the addition of the nursing school.

4. He serves as vice chair of Lubbock-based Texas Tech University System's board of regents.

5. Mr. Lancaster has been a member of the American Hospital Association and American College of Healthcare Executives.

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