Kristin Dyer has stepped into the role following the promotion of Ronnie Midgett to CFO for the organization’s parent company.
Medical City Healthcare—a Dallas-based healthcare provider with 99 acute beds and over $880 million in revenue—has appointed a new chief financial officer.
Kristin Dyer has stepped into the role following the promotion of Ronnie Midgett to CFO for the organization’s parent company, HCA Healthcare’s American Group Region. Dyer has been part of HCA Healthcare, the parent company of Medical City Healthcare, since 2013. Before her role at Medical City Healthcare, she served as CFO of the HCA Healthcare North Florida Division, overseeing growth along with financial and operational efficiencies for 15 hospitals and more than 120 additional sites of care.
Also joining Medical City Healthcare as division president is Allen Harrison—who joined the company this year from Methodist Healthcare in San Antonio. There he served four years as president and CEO.
"Providing the highest level of quality, safe and compassionate care is our top priority," Harris said in a press release. "I am honored to work alongside and build on the excellence created by the many dedicated professionals who are already providing outstanding care in every action, every patient, every time."
Amanda Schiavo is the Finance Editor for HealthLeaders.