CHI St. Vincent HS names vice president of operations


CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs has named Crystal Bohannan as vice president of operations. In her new position, Bohannan will be responsible for overseeing finance and revenue for CHI St. Vincent's locations in Hot Springs, which include a hospital and multiple clinics.

Bohannan joined CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs in 2014 as market director for operational finance. She earned her bachelor's degree from Southern Arkansas University and Master of Business Administration degree from Mississippi State University.

In her new role, Bohannan will assume leadership in a variety of operational sectors at CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs, including prevention services, volunteer services, senior services, environmental services and nutrition services. She will continue her responsibilities in health information management, patient access, IT and materials management.

"Crystal has played a vital role in the management and operations of CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs over the past four years," said Anthony Houston, president of CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs, in the press release. "We are confident she will continue to thrive and enrich the hospital in her new role so our team can continue to provide the highest quality patient care available."

For more information, please visit http://www.chistvincent.com.

CHI St. Vincent, founded in 1888, is the largest integrated and community-based physician organization in Arkansas -- a system with over 1 million patient visits per year, serving patients from all 75 counties in Arkansas. CHI St. Vincent Infirmary, an acute-care facility, licensed for 615 beds, is located in Little Rock and is ranked the "best hospital" in Arkansas by U. S. News and World Report and is the first hospital to earn Magnet recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs is an acute-care facility licensed for 282 beds. Other CHI St. Vincent hospitals include CHI St. Vincent North, licensed for 69 beds, in Sherwood; CHI St. Vincent Morrilton, a critical access hospital in Morrilton, licensed for 25 beds; and CHI St. Vincent West, an outpatient campus in west Little Rock. The system includes a network of 300 primary care and specialty physicians, a home health agency, a joint venture inpatient rehabilitation facility, and affiliations with more than 1,000 physicians.

Business on 02/12/2018

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