Ronda Crow is the Chief Nursing Officer at Moore County Hospital District in Dumas.
She received her start at Amarillo College with a degree in Applied Science in Medical Records in 1979. Her next stop was West Texas State University (now West Texas A & M) obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1991. Her Masters of Arts in Management came from Wayland Baptist University in 2007.
She has been an RN in the Amarillo area for the last 28 years serving as staff RN and later as Director of Critical Care at BSA. She was the Chief Clinical Officer and Chief Executive Officer at Triumph Hospital before working at NWTH as Director of Medical Surgical.
She serves as the president elect of the Panhandle Chapter of Nurse Executives and sits on the AC Nursing and AC Moore County Advisory Committees. She is working on the Rural Nursing Education Consortium. She is a past graduate of Leadership Amarillo.
Ronda spent time in the Navy as an enlisted personnel and then advanced to Officer in the Army Nurse Corp.
She married James Crow in 1978 and they have two sons: Jarrod (deceased) and Joshua. They are the proud grandparents of Rylee and Brooklynne Crow.
In her spare time Ronda likes to scuba dive, travel, and go camping in their motorhome.