Board hires CEO for clinics
Following board approval on Feb. 28, the Tunica County Healthcare Authority will soon be led by a new chief executive officer.
Seandria E. Cobbins will fill the post left by the retirement of Dr. Gene Osborn. Osborn will stay on with Tunica County through May to train his successor. Cobbins has over 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry and was recommended by the Tunica County Healthcare Authority’s board.
The Tunica County Healthcare Authority oversees the day to day operations for the Tunica and Tunica Resorts medical clinics. Both facilities offer services such as primary care, drug screens, physicals and vaccinations.
The board hesitated to make a decision on who would lead the entity in two prior meetings.
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