Dallas-based Medical City has named five new members to its hospital management team at Medical City North Hills.
Mary Beth Short has been named vice president of human resources; Andrea Morian was promoted to director of rehabilitation services; Tammy Evans has joined as emergency department director; Lori Bachman is the new program director of the geriatric behavioral unit; and Jim McClanahan has been named emergency department educator.
Short replaces Cynthia Dang, who has retired. Morian replaces Stacey Seifert. Bachman replaces Jennifer Sublett, who has accepted another position at Medical Center McKinney. Evans takes over after having been interim director, and McClanahan’s is a new position.
Short brings 20 years of human resources experience to Medical City North Hills in the healthcare, legal, and retail industries. In her new role, she will oversee human resources services at Medical City North Hills and Medical City Alliance.
Morian, prior to joining Medical City North Hills in 2015 as a speech pathologist, worked at Medical City Arlington specializing in swallowing and swallowing disorders. A board-certified specialist, she will oversee the rehabilitation services department for Medical City North Hills.
Before joining Medical City North Hills, Evans served as emergency department manager at another large area hospital system. She also holds experience in ER and risk management, which she managed at Medical City Plano.
Bachman comes to Medical City North Hills from Paris, Texas, where she held a similar geriatric program director position at a hospital there. In her new role she will oversee the geriatric behavioral unit, a 20-bed inpatient unit serving patients 55 and older.
McClanahan is the first to take on the ER department educator role, having four years of experience as an education department educator. He brings more than 15 years of experience as a registered nurse specializing in emergency room care, cardiac care, and endoscopy.