New CEO for Williamson County Medical Center Reviewed by Momizat on . The Williamson Medical Center’s Board of Trustees approved Don Webb, F.H.F.M.A., as chief executive officer last week. Webb started with the center in 1985 and The Williamson Medical Center’s Board of Trustees approved Don Webb, F.H.F.M.A., as chief executive officer last week. Webb started with the center in 1985 and Rating:

New CEO for Williamson County Medical Center

New CEO for Williamson County Medical Center

The Williamson Medical Center’s Board of Trustees approved Don Webb, F.H.F.M.A., as chief executive officer last week. Webb started with the center in 1985 and has served as chief financial officer for the last 16 years. With nearly 40 years of health care experience from a variety of facilities he is prepared and capable to lead Williamson Medical Center toward a bright future.

“Don’s vast experience and familiarity with Williamson Medical Center make him a strong and natural selection to lead WMC through the next several years, an incredibly important time regarding the future of health care in this country,” says Russell Little, WMC Board of Trustees chairman. Webb served as acting CEO since the retirement of Dennis Miller, F.A.C.H.E., F.H.F.M.A.

Webb is a certified public accountant, a fellow in the Healthcare Financial Management Association and serves as a member of the Tennessee State Board of Accountancy and the Tennessee Chapter of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

 
“Williamson Medical Center is an incredibly advanced facility, yet we are still known for how we treat patients and our family-like atmosphere. I am blessed to have the opportunity to lead the organization where I have felt at home for so many years” – Don Webb
 

Williamson Medical Center provides comprehensive care with its more than 500 physicians, including 53 specialists. Robotic assisted surgery, a neonatal intensive care unit, and a state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging center make this facility one of the most advanced in the area. The center averages 36,000 emergency room visits, 10,000 admissions, 7000 surgeries, and 1,400 births a year in its 185 bed facility.

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