Medical City Healthcare has named Scott Siemer as its vice president of regional development. He is the first to take on this expanded position.
As VP of regional development, Siemer will focus on growing the North Texas sector by developing access points, establishing relationships and collaborations with hospitals, and further developing Medical City Healthcare services.
Siemer most recently served as healthcare strategy manager at New York-based Kurt Salmon Healthcare Strategy—a business advisory firm that’s part of Accenture and whose mission is supporting health systems throughout the country. Previously, he worked in the North Texas market in similar strategy positions at Methodist Health System and Texas Health Resources.
Siemer earned his bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Kansas and his MBA at the University of Dallas.