1 Troy Wells President and CEO Troy Wells joined Baptist Health in March of 2006 and assumed the role of president and CEO July 1, Prior to taking the reins of Baptist Health, Mr. Wells was the senior vice president of administrative services where he was responsible for the Baptist Health physician enterprise. He has also served as chief executive officer of Arkansas Health Group and vice president of Practice Plus. Additionally, he had corporate responsibility for the Baptist Health regional hospitals in Heber Springs, Arkadelphia and Stuttgart. Prior to joining Baptist Health, Mr. Wells held the position of chief operating officer for Newport Hospital and Clinic in Newport, Arkansas. Mr. Wells received his Bachelor s Degree in microbiology from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and his Masters in Health Services Administration from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He is an associate of the American College of Healthcare Executives and an active member of Calvary Baptist Church. Mr. Wells has been in healthcare for 18 years and with Baptist Health for 8 years. Mr. Wells and his wife, Mary, are the proud parents of two children. Doug Weeks Executive Vice President Doug Weeks assumed his current duties as executive vice president and chief operating officer July 1, Previously he served as senior vice president of hospital operations in April of 2013, and administrator of Baptist Health Medical Center- Little Rock and Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute beginning in January of Prior to assuming this role, he served as vice president and administrator of Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute, , served as vice president of patient services for Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute from 1992 to 1993, and assistant vice president from He served as administrative resident in 1989 at Baptist Health. Mr. Weeks received his Bachelor of Arts in general studies from Louisiana Tech University and his Masters in hospital administration from Tulane University in He is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. Mr. Weeks received the C.E. Melville Young Administrator of the Year Award in 1999 from the Arkansas Hospital Association. He is the chairman of the Arkansas Hospital Association October October He is a member of Calvary Baptist Church.
2 Bob Roberts Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Bob Roberts assumed his current duties as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer July 1, Joining Baptist Health in 1988 as assistant vice president of finance, he was promoted in 2008 to senior vice president and chief financial officer. Prior to working for Baptist Health, Mr. Roberts worked as a CPA for KPMG and Arthur Andersen for eight years in Houston, Little Rock and Dallas. He holds a Master of Professional Accountancy degree from Baylor University as well as Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in Trumpet Performance from Indiana University. He is a Deacon at Immanuel Baptist Church and is very active in the music ministry there. He was involved for 13 years as a board member of Bethany Christian Services of Arkansas, an adoption agency. Terry Amstutz Baptist Health Medical Center- Stuttgart Terry Amstutz began his current role as vice president and administrator of Baptist Health Medical Center- Stuttgart in July He has worked in the healthcare environment for 30 years, with 23 years as a rural hospital administrator for both independent organizations and healthcare systems, primarily in Arkansas. His accomplishments include services on the Arkansas Hospital Association Board, recipient of the C.E. Melville Young Administrator of the Year Award and recipient of American College of Healthcare Executive- Early Career Executive Award. He received his undergraduate degree from Illinois Wesleyan University and his Masters in from Central Michigan University. He is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. Prior to his current role, he served as a Baptist Health senior fellow.
3 John Bowen Assistant Baptist Health Medical Center- Arkadelphia John Bowen assumed his duties as assistant vice president and administrator for Baptist Health Medical Center- Arkadelphia in May Prior to assuming this role, he served in various administrative positions at CHRISTUS Spohn Health System in Corpus Chrisi, Texas and as assistant vice president and night administrator for Baptist Health from 2012 to Mr. Bowen received his Masters in Hospital Administration from the University of Arkansas for Medical Science and his Bachelor of Science in Political Science and Philosophy from Oklahoma Baptist University. Mr. Bowen is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He attends Third Street Baptist Church in Arkadelphia. Greg Crain Baptist Health Medical Center- Little Rock Greg Crain assumed his present duties as vice president and administrator of Baptist Health Medical Center- Little Rock in Prior to assuming this role, he served as vice president of patient services as Baptist Health Medical Center- Little Rock and Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute (BHRI) since 1999, as assistant vice president of BHRI from 1997 to 1999 and served as an administrative resident from 1995 to 1997 at Baptist Health. Mr. Crain received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 1992 from University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and received a Masters in Hospital Administration from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in He is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. Mr. Crain received the C.E. Melville Young Administrator of the Year Award in 2003 from the Arkansas Hospital Association and received the 2011 Outstanding Alumnus Award from UALR/UAMS Health Services Administration. He serves on the Governor s Acute Stroke Task Force as the Arkansas Hospital Association s appointed representative (2006- present), served as co- chair for the Hospital Preparedness Program- State Hospital Disaster Standards Committee ( ), and serves on the board of junior Achievement (2000- present). He served as president of the Arkansas Health Executives Forum ( ) and served on the American Hospital Association s Long Term Care and Rehabilitation Governing Council ( ). He is a deacon at Immanuel Baptist Church.
4 Harrison M. Dean Senior Baptist Health Medical Center- North Little Rock Regional Hospitals Harrison Dean is the senior vice president and administrator of Baptist Health Medical Center- North Little Rock and has the responsibility for the regional hospitals. Mr. Dean received his Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Jacksonville State University and his Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of Mississippi. Mr. Dean is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives from whom he received the 2010 American College of Healthcare Executives senior level healthcare executive Regents Award. He is a member of Park Hill Baptist Church in North Little Rock. He also serves on the Board of Directors with Metropolitan Emergency Medical Services (MEMS) in Little Rock. Mr. Dean is a past Board Chairman of the North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce. He is a recipient of the Arkansas Hospital Auxiliary Association s Administrator of the Year Award, and is the recipient of the C.E. Melville Young Administrator of the Year Award from the Arkansas Health Executives Forum. Ed Lacy Baptist Health Medical Center- Heber Springs Ed Lacy came to Baptist Health Medical Center- Heber Springs as administrator in July He received a Bachelor of Science from Arkansas Tech University in 1973, a Master of operations Management from the University of Arkansas in 1983, and a Master of Healthcare Administration from Baylor University in Mr. Lacy is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and a member of the Rotary Club of Heber Springs. He served for three years on the Heber Springs Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and served as president in He served as the president of the Arkansas Hospital Administrators Forum in and has served on the board of the Arkansas Hospital Association since January He served on the Heber Springs School Board from and currently is the Chairman of the Cleburne County Community Foundation Board. Mr. Lacy is a member of Sugar Loaf Baptist Church.
5 Lee Gentry Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute Lee Gentry assumed his present duties as vice president and administrator of Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute on April 1, Mr. Gentry has been with Baptist Health since November of 2007 when he was hired as the administrator of Baptist Health Extended Care Hospital. Prior to his arrival at Baptist Health, he served as the chief operating officer of Northwest Regional Medical Center in Clarksdale, Mississippi ( ), vice president of operations at St. Joseph s Mercy Health Center in Hot Springs, Arkansas ( ), chief executive officer at Lawrence Health Services in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas ( ), corporate director of business development at River Oaks Health System in Jackson, Mississippi ( ), business manager at CARTI ( ). Mr. Gentry received his Bachelor of Business Administration in 1989 and his Masters in Health Services Administration from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. During his time as CEO at Lawrence Health, his leadership team was awarded the Outstanding Healthcare Team by HealthLeaders Magazine. In 2000, Mr. Gentry was awarded the young Administrator of the Year by the Arkansas chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Mr. Gentry has served on numerous boards of healthcare organizations and associations. He is a military veteran and a member of Immanuel Baptist Church in Little Rock.
6 Mike Perkins Baptist Health Extended Care Hospital Mike Perkins assumed his present role as vice president and administrator of Baptist Health Extended Care Hospital in April of Prior to this role, he served in various roles in the Health Management Center at Baptist Health Medical Center- Little Rock from August of 1991 to December of 2000, as an assistant vice president from 2001 to 2003, and as a vice president from 2003 to As a vice president, he was responsible for the operation and management of the cardiovascular program, the transplant program and the psychiatric program line. Mr. Perkins received his Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Ouachita Baptist University, his Master s degree in exercise science from the University of Arkansas and his Master s degree in Health Service Administration from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Mr. Perkins has served as a member of the Arkansas Governor s Council on Fitness since 2001, and was appointed to the Governor s Advisory Task Force for Tobacco Prevention and Cessation in He also serves on the board of Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency (ARORA) and was chairman from He received the Outstanding Service Award for dedication in organ and tissue donation from ARORA in 2005, he was recognized with the Outstanding Service Award from the Alumni Association of the graduate program in Health Service Administration from UALR in 2007, and he was the Administrator of the Year for the Arkansas Hospital Auxiliary Association in Mr. Perkins is a member at Geyer Springs First Baptist Church, served as a member of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention Executive Committee from , and was a member of the Arkansas Baptist School System board from 2007 to 2013.
7 Sheila Williams Baptist Health Medical Center- Hot Spring County Sheila Williams joined Baptist Health in January Mrs. Williams is the vice president and administrator of Baptist Health Medical Center- Hot Spring County (formerly HSC Medical Center). She was previously the CEO/administrator of HSC Medical Center prior to the facility s partnership with Baptist Health. Mrs. Williams began her career in healthcare as a staff accountant for HSC Medical Center in 2000, moving into the role of business office director in 2001, was appointed chief financial officer in 2003 and CEO/administrator in Prior to her healthcare roles, Mrs. Williams worked in public accounting for several years. Mrs. Williams received her Bachelor s of Business Administration degree from Henderson State University. She was the recipient of the Arkansas Hospital Auxiliary Association s Administrator of the Year Award in 2012 and is a past board member of the Arkansas Hospital Association Worker s Compensation Self- Insured Trust. Mrs. Williams is a member of Butterfield Missionary Baptist Church in Malvern where she serves as youth program leader.
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