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Health Care New COO at Medical City Fort Worth

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JW Newman, associate chief operating officer at Medical City Dallas since January 2018, has been named chief operating officer at Medical City Fort Worth starting Jan. 14.

He was associate COO in Fort Worth from January 2016 through December 2017.

“I am excited to have JW back in Fort Worth,” said Jyric Sims, CEO. “JW is a strong leader who understands our market and culture and who values external and internal stakeholder relationships.”

Newman holds a bachelor of business administration from the University of Mississippi and a Master of Science in Health Care Administration degree from Trinity University.

Newman replaces John Corbeil, who was recently promoted to CEO of Kingwood Medical Center, another HCA Healthcare facility located in Houston, Texas.

While at Medical City Dallas, Newman was responsible for a noticeable increase in employee engagement scores within departments for which he had oversight. He also successfully led capital improvement projects valued at more than $65 million, Medical City Fort Worth said in a news release.

– FWBP Staff

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