Oklahoma City, OK – Fallin taps Oologah woman to health care panel
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Gov. Mary Fallin has named the owner of a health care staffing company to a position on the Oklahoma Health Care Authority Board.
Fallin on Wednesday announced that Carol Robison of Oologah would serve on the board that oversees the authority, which manages the state's Medicaid program.
Robison is the chief executive officer of Robison Medical Resource Group, a temporary health care staffing company. She previously worked as a nurse at hospitals in Kansas and Missouri.
Robison will serve a four-year term and replace Sandra Langenkamp, whose term expired.
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