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Board member of Kerrville’s Peterson Regional Medical Center named to statewide Texas Healthcare Trustees board


(AUSTIN ­- April 26, 2017) Mark H. Armstrong, member of the board of trustees at Peterson Regional Medical Center in Kerrville, has been elected to the Texas Healthcare Trustees board, a statewide organization for those serving on the governing boards of hospitals and health care systems in Texas. His two-year term was effective January 1, 2017.


“We are excited to have Mark serve on the THT board. We have worked with him over the years through THT’s Certified Healthcare Trustee program and the Healthcare Governance Conference. We know he will provide great leadership and expertise to our organization,” said Shirley Robinson, CAE, president/CEO of the Texas Healthcare Trustees.


A board member of PRMC since 2011, Armstrong is also currently the president of The Lakehouse Restaurant group, and is an active member in the Kerrville community. He has served in board leadership positions with the Kerrville Area Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary Club of Kerrville and Kerrville Economic Improvement Corporation. He is a graduate of Richmond College in Dallas and Louisiana State University.



About Texas Healthcare Trustees

Austin-based Texas Healthcare Trustees is a statewide association whose members are the governing boards of Texas hospitals, health systems and health-related organizations. THT provides education, resources and leadership development for its members. Membership includes more than 450 governing boards and represents nearly 4,000 trustees. THT is the oldest trustee organization in the country, founded in 1961, and is affiliated with the Texas Hospital Association. For more information about THT, visit



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