Hendrick Health System names CEO

The Hendrick Medical Center Board of Trustees has named Brad Holland to serve as president and CEO of Abilene, Texas-based Hendrick Health System. Holland had served as CEO of Cedar Park Regional Medical Center in Texas since 2012. 

Northwest Medical Center-Springdale appoints CEO

Bentonville, Ark.-based Northwest Health appointed Hans Driessnack CEO of Northwest Medical Center-Springdale effective Dec. 3. Driessnack most recently served as chief operating officer for Heartland Regional Medical Center in Marion, Ill. 

Lower Bucks Hospital gets regional CEO

Ontario, Calif.-based Prime Healthcare appointed Sonia Mehta, M.D., regional CEO of Lower Bucks Hospital in Brisol, Penn. Mehta also is the division II corporate chief medical officer for Prime Healthcare. 

University of Maryland Medical System appoints CFO

Baltimore-based University of Maryland Medical System named Michelle Lee senior vice president and chief financial officer, effective March 2019. Lee, who joined UMMS as senior director for financial reporting in 2000, currently serves as the senior vice president of corporate finance and system controller. 
 

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