July 26, 2012
Dan Davis Joins Kingwood Medical Center As Chief Financial Officer
Houston, TX, July 18, 2012— HCA affiliated Kingwood Medical Center Chief Executive Officer, Melinda Stephenson announced that Dan Davis has been named Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Kingwood Medical Center (KMC). Davis comes to KMC from HCA affiliated Rapides Healthcare System in Alexandria, Louisiana where he has served as Senior Vice President and CFO for the past six years. During Davis’s twenty-six years career, his experience includes seventeen years at the CFO level, with fifteen of those years in leadership positions with HCA facilities.
“I am looking forward to moving back to my hometown of Houston and working with the leadership, physicians and employees at Kingwood Medical Center,” said Davis. “With the growth of the northeast corridor, there are many opportunities to meet the healthcare needs of our communities. It is exciting to be able to make contributions that will ensure continuing success and excellence in the care we provide.”
Davis earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from South Nazarene University in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and a Master of Business Administration from Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas. Davis is an affiliate of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA). He serves on the Louisiana Healthcare Association CFO Expert Panel and has been a member of the Texas Governor’s Task Force for Medicaid.“We look forward to welcoming Dan and his family back to Houston,” said Stephenson. “He brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge that will be critical to the continued growth of Kingwood Medical Center.
Davis will transition into his new role in August succeeding Bryan Lee, who was recently promoted to the position of Chief Financial Officer at HCA affiliated Clear Lake Regional Medical Center in Webster, Texas
About Kingwood Medical Center
Kingwood Medical Center is an acute care facility comprised of 24-hour emergency services and an on-site minor emergency clinic: HealthOne Express Care Kingwood. It is home to the area’s comprehensive cardiac care program and neuroscience program. The hospital is recognized by the state of Texas as a Comprehensive Stroke Center, is Joint Commission Accredited for Disease Specific Certification in Stroke, has an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, an Accredited Diabetes Center and offers a myriad of services to patients, including: Level II and III neonatal intensive care units, women’s services, high risk obstetrics program, breast diagnostic center, designated pediatric unit, surgical services, inpatient rehabilitation, laboratory and diagnostic imaging services on-site and at Atascocita Imaging. In early 2012, the hospital expanded services by opening a new Observation Unit, The Center for Wound Care, and a new HealthOne 24 Hour Emergency Care Center in Fall Creek. Kingwood Medical Center: Far Ahead, Close to Home. www.kingwoodmedical.com
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