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Robicheaux named senior administrator of ETMC Pittsburg, northern hospital group

warrenJ. Warren Robicheaux has been named senior administrator of ETMC Pittsburg and of ETMC's northern hospital group, which includes ETMC hospitals in Pittsburg, Gilmer, Quitman, Clarksville and Mount Vernon, ETMC Senior Vice President for Affiliate Operations Jerry Massey announced today.
"Warren is a strong leader who is committed to working closely with hospital staff and physicians, as well as the community, to ensure a bright future for healthcare in Camp County and across the region," Massey said.
Robicheaux joined the ETMC Regional Healthcare System in June 2005 as an administrative resident. He was named assistant administrator of ETMC Trinity in June 2006 and was promoted to administrator in May 2007.
 He was named administrator of ETMC Quitman in January 2012 and led the hospital during the construction of its new facility, which opened in July.
He is replacing Perry Henderson, who has accepted a position with ETMC at the system level.
Robicheaux earned both his bachelor's degree in biomedical science and his master's in health administration from Texas A&M University.
He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a member of the East Texas ACHE Forum. He also is a member of the Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals and the Texas Hospital Association, where he serves on the Leadership Development Council and Rural Constituency Council. He also serves on the Texas A&M University Health Science School of Rural Public Health MHA Alumni Advisory Board.
Active in the community, Robicheaux has served on the board of the Trinity Peninsula Chamber of Commerce and as its president in 2008-2009. He was a member of Lions Club International and served as president of the Trinity club in 2009-2010.
During his time in Quitman, Robicheaux was a member of the Rotary Club and served on the board of the Quitman Chamber of Commerce.
"I am really looking forward to becoming active in the Pittsburg community and meeting new friends in the area," Robicheaux said. He and his wife, Lora Beth, and son, Jake, will be moving to the Pittsburg area.
 "These are exciting times for ETMC Pittsburg," Robicheaux said. "I am thrilled to be joining the excellent staff and physicians there as we work together to improve healthcare for the patients we serve."