Jesús Garza, who remade himself as a health care leader after eight years as Austin’s city manager, will take over July 1 as chief of the Seton Healthcare Family, the largest hospital system in Central Texas.
Garza, 60, officially takes charge — he has been interim president and CEO — as the health care world is swirling with change under the Affordable Care Act and uncertainty about how Texas will accommodate its vast uninsured population. He pledged that the Catholic Church-affiliated Seton would stick to its mission. “We are here to serve the poor and vulnerable.”
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