Medical City Forth will have a new Chief Financial Officer starting on February 11. Andrew Lane will move into the role after serving as vice president of finance at Medical City Plano and Medical City Frisco since July 2017. Lane, a certified public accountant, was previously responsible for accounting, patient access, health information management, case management, and the division’s centralized scheduling departments. Prior to Plano, Lane was a controller and internal auditor at other Hospital Corporation of America (who owns Medical City) facilities.
Kimberly S. Lody will be the new President and Chief Executive Officer of Dallas-based Capital Senior Living Corp. CSLC is one of the nation’s largest operators of senior housing communities, with 129 facilities that provide independent living, assisted living, and memory care to 16,500 residents nationwide. Lody has 25 years of experience in healthcare marketing, sales, and operation management, and most recently was president of GN Hearing North America, part of the medical device division of GN Group, which provides audio solutions to various markets. Lody was also president of Chronic Care, the U.S. branch of Coloplast, a Danish $5… Full Story
J.W. Newman will be the Chief Operating Officer of Medical City Fort Worth as of January 14. Since last January, Newman has been the Associate Chief Operating Officer at Medical City Dallas, and had the same role at Medical City Fort Worth before that. Medical City Fort Worth is licensed for 320 beds with a variety of treatment services and is a designated comprehensive stroke center in the Texas Stroke Institute and a Joint Commission certified chest paint center. John Corbeil, who previously served in the COO role at Medical City Fort Worth, was promoted to be CEO of Kingwood Medical… Full Story
Dr. Paul Hain has been promoted to be Chief Medical Officer and divisional senior vice president market delivery for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas after previously serving as president of North Texas Market Strategy for the insurer. In his new position, he will oversee public relations, community investments, government relations, and lobbying efforts. His other roles will include executive sponsor of Medicaid and Medicare in Texas and supporting the enterprise and marketing teams. Prior to working at Blue Cross, Hain was Vice President and Medical Director of Population Health and Network Development at Children’s Medical Center of Dallas and… Full Story
Dr. Jaya Kumar has been named Chief Medical Officer of Medical City McKinney, and will be starting in February. For the last five years, she served as medical director of a hospitalist group at Medical City Denton, and is board certified in nephrology and internal medicine. Kumar will help the medical team at Medical City McKinney, a 260-bed acute care hospital that includes a Level III trauma center. She completed medical school in India before doing residency in New York and California.
USMD Hospital at Fort Worth has named Kathy Early its chief executive officer and chief nursing officer. Early has been serving in those roles on an interim basis since June, and was the vice president of patient services at USMD Hospital at Arlington prior to that. She was that hospital’s nurse manager of surgical services before the promotion and has also served as a head nurse, staff RN, and clinical coordinator. Early has a master’s degree in Nursing from Texas Tech University Health Science Center.
Sean Kamber will be the next chief executive at Medical City Weatherford. Kamber is a previous chief operating officer at the hospital, serving in that role from 2014 through 2017 before the hospital was brought under Medical City Healthcare. For the last year, he’s served as vice president of rural and community outreach for the Gulf Coast division of Medical City’s parent, HCA Healthcare. As Weatherford Regional’s COO, Kamber spurred higher CMS hospital scores, grew admissions and surgery, and completed a joint venture for an imaging center. He has a Master of Science in Health Care Administration from Trinity University… Full Story
Methodist Health System has a new leader at its flagship Dallas hospital. John Phillips, who has been the head of Methodist Mansfield Medical Center for the last seven years, officially took his perch at Methodist Dallas Medical Center on Monday. Phillips takes over for Dr. Martin Koonsman, who has moved up the chain to become the system’s chief medical officer. In Mansfield, Phillips grew the hospital to 254 beds and helped it gain a Level 3 trauma designation as well as a Magnet designation, given to top performing hospitals for nursing. Phillips held CEO and COO positions within Irving-based Christus… Full Story
Dallas-based Baylor Scott & White Health has selected Chris York to serve as president of its Grapevine campus. As president of Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine, he’ll lead a 302-bed acute care hospital that became a Level II trauma center last year. Former Grapevine campus president Steven Nelson was promoted to president of Baylor Scott & White’s flagship location in downtown Dallas, Baylor University Medical Center, in July. York comes over from a stint as president of Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Waxahachie, where he’s spent the last four years. He joined the not-for-profit healthcare system in… Full Story
The UNT Health Science Center has named a new provost and executive vice president of academic affairs, promoting the dean of the system’s college of pharmacy to the position. Dr. Charles Taylor will take on the role starting Aug. 1. He will serve as the chief academic officer and oversee and align budgetary policies and priorities. Taylor has packed a lot into his 13 months as dean of the UNT System College of Pharmacy. He oversaw the final months of the school’s accreditation process, prepared the team for a move to a new building, and filled a vacant leadership role.… Full Story