Member Accolades

The American College of Healthcare Executives congratulates members who recently received awards recognizing their contribution to healthcare leadership.

 

James L. Andrews II, chief, Medical Administration Service, Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System, Biloxi, Miss., received the Early Career Healthcare Executive Award from the Regent for Veterans Affairs.

Alessandra Cornelio, FACHE, program director, Disease Centers of Excellence, Hartford (Conn.) HealthCare, received the Early Career Healthcare Executive Award from the Regent for Connecticut. 

Garcia Curtis
received the Student Award from the Regent for Connecticut.

Denise J. Fiore, LFACHE, received the Senior-Level Healthcare Executive Award from the Regent for Connecticut.

Parker D. Harris, CEO, Baptist Memorial Hospital–Tipton (Tenn.), received the Exceptional Service Award from the Regent for Tennessee.

Brady W. Hoffman, director, health connections, Stormont Vail Health, Topeka, Kan., received the Early Career Healthcare Executive Award from the Regent for Kansas. 

Monzer Hourani, CEO/president, Medistar Corporation and Integrated Viral Protection, Houston, received the Senior-Level Healthcare Executive Award from the Regent for Texas–Southeast.

Martha S. Mather, CEO, UofL Health–Peace Hospital, Louisville, Ky., received a 2022 Enterprising Women Award from Louisville Business First.

Samuel S. McCord, FACHE, director, physician practice, West Feliciana Hospital, St. Francisville, La., received the Early Career Healthcare Executive Award from the Regent for Louisiana. 

Andrew D. McDonald Sr., FACHE
, shareholder/practice leader, Physician Business Solutions, LBMC, Brentwood, Tenn., received the Rural Healthcare Executive Award from the Regent for Tennessee.

Clay W. Runnels, MD, FACHE, executive vice president/chief physician executive, Ballad Health, Kingsport, Tenn., received the Physician Leader Award from the Regent for Tennessee.

Alexandra Simonton, director, strategy, Indiana University Health, Indianapolis, received the Early Career Healthcare Executive Award from the Regent for Indiana.

Timothy A. Slocum, FACHE, president, Methodist University Hospital, Memphis, Tenn., received the Senior-Level Healthcare Executive Award from the Regent for Tennessee.

Howard A. Smith, DMSc, PA-C, chief, pediatric, Southwest Community Health Center, Bridgeport, Conn., received the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Award from the Regent for Connecticut.

Terrie P. Sterling, FACHE, CEO, Terrie Sterling LLC, received the Senior-Level Healthcare Executive Award from the Regent for Louisiana. 

Joseph Webb, DSc, FACHE, CEO, Nashville (Tenn.) General Hospital, received the Excellence in Diversity Award from the Regent for Tennessee.

Todd M. Willert, FACHE, CEO, Community HealthCare System, Onaga, Kan., received the Senior-Level Healthcare Executive Award from the Regent for Kansas.

Joyce E. Wood, FACHE, CNO/vice president, organizational improvement, Riverview Health, Noblesville, Ind., received the Senior-Level Healthcare Executive Award from the Regent for Indiana.