Bret Kolman, FACHE, Named CEO at Centerpoint Medical Center in Independence, MO. Kolman will replace David Williams, who is retiring after 35 years of service at the medical center. Kolman was previously CEO at HCA’s Lakeview Regional Medical Center in Covington, LA.

Memorial Hermann Health System in Houston Announces Executive Moves. Brian Dean, executive vice president of academic affairs and service lines for the system and CEO of Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center (TMC) will assume a new role as EVP and chief financial officer for Memorial Herman Health System. He will be succeeded by Greg Haralson, senior vice president and CEO of Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital and Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital, who has been named the new senior vice president and CEO of Memorial Hermann-TMC. Haralson will be replaced by Malisha Patel, vice president of operations at Memorial Hermann Southwest.

Robert Fish Named Interim CEO of Quorum Health Corporation. Fish will serve as interim CEO following Thomas Miller’s decision to retire from Quorum Health as president, CEO and a director of the company. Most recently Fish served as interim CEO of Millennium Health, LLC. 

Becky Barnes Named New COO at St. David’s North Austin Medical Center in Texas. Effective May 21, Barnes replaced Sheri Dube as chief operating officer at the medical center. Most recently, Barnes served as COO of Rapids Regional Medical Center in Alexandria, LA.

Katie King Welcomed as New CNO at Mountain View Hospital in Payson, UT. After 15 years of service at the community hospital, King will take on the leadership role as chief nursing officer. She has served as interim CNO at Mountain View for the last four months, and prior to that, she held a position as director of the hospital’s behavioral health unit.

Mary Kingston, RN, Named Chief Executive of PeaceHealth Oregon. Kingston will join the PeaceHealth Oregon network as chief executive on July 30. She has 30 years of broad executive experience, including more than 10 years dedicated to leadership in Catholic health care. Kingston previously served as chief executive of two acute care hospitals with Providence St. Joseph Health in California. 

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