Buckmeier, Angie


Angie Buckmeier, MHA, RN, Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer, Scottish Rite for Children, Dallas.

Angie Buckmeier, MHA, BSN, is the Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer at Scottish Rite for Children. Scottish Rite for Children is a world-renowned in the treatment of pediatric conditions, such as scoliosis, clubfoot, hand conditions, hip disorders, limb lengthening and reconstruction, sports injuries and fractures, as well as certain related arthritic and neurological disorders and learning disorders, such as dyslexia. Scottish Rite has locations in Dallas and Frisco with 100 licensed beds, ambulatory care clinics, an ambulatory surgery center and therapy services for children in North Texas and beyond.

In her executive role at Scottish Rite, Angie is responsible for the overall coordination of nursing care, ancillary support and other clinical functions. She develops the budget for departments involving nursing staff and clinical support staff to prepare the organization for each fiscal year. Additionally, she works with nursing staff, medical staff and other clinical disciplines in the formulation, review and revision of standards policies, procedures and programs for patient care needs. Angie has a pivotal role in overseeing quality assessments and improvements to ensure the highest level of patient care. 

She began her career at Medical City Dallas Hospital as a bedside nurse in pediatrics. Her path led her to take on various clinical and operational leadership roles at Medical City Healthcare. With three decades of nursing experience, Angie has continuously demonstrated a strong commitment to excellence in patient care, staff development and organizational management. Her experiences have allowed her the ability to navigate complex healthcare landscapes throughout her career. 

Angie received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and her professional journey led her to pursue advanced education, earning a Master of Healthcare Administration. She is a firm believer of lifelong learning and takes every opportunity to increase her knowledge and skills as a healthcare executive.  

Angie has been recognized through a variety of accolades and awards throughout her career such as DFW Great 100 Nurses and North Dallas Corridor/ Addison Female Executive. She is excited to embark on the next phase of her professional growth as she begins the THA Leadership Fellows program, where she hopes to further increase her knowledge and understanding of the legislative impact on healthcare, exchange ideas with fellow healthcare leaders and make a meaningful impact on the future of healthcare delivery. 

Outside of her professional endeavors, Angie enjoys spending time with her husband Marty and her sons, Andrew (29) and Adam (23), and her daughter-in-law Mary. She enjoys vacationing with friends and family at the beach and working in her garden.