• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
A. Hugh Greene, FACHE, President and CEO, Baptist Health - 2013 Community Leadership Award Nominee
 

A. Hugh Greene, FACHE, President and CEO, Baptist Health - 2013 Community Leadership Award Nominee

on

  • 2,130 views

About Modern Healthcare's Community Leadership Award ...

About Modern Healthcare's Community Leadership Award

The healthcare industry is full of executives who define themselves by leading efforts to change lives and contribute to their communities. Modern Healthcare's Community Leadership Awards will recognize these leaders while bringing attention to the worthy causes they support.

Learn more about the Community Leadership Award on Modern Healthcare's website:

http://www.modernhealthcare.com/section/community-leadership/

Statistics

Views

Total Views
2,130
Views on SlideShare
494
Embed Views
1,636

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0

3 Embeds 1,636

http://www.modernhealthcare.com 1625
http://modernhealthcare.com 8
http://edit.modernhealthcare.com 3

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    A. Hugh Greene, FACHE, President and CEO, Baptist Health - 2013 Community Leadership Award Nominee A. Hugh Greene, FACHE, President and CEO, Baptist Health - 2013 Community Leadership Award Nominee Document Transcript

    • Modern Healthcare Community Leadership Award Nomination of A. Hugh Greene, FACHE President and CEO Baptist Health Section 1: Letter of nomination Section 2: Bio and Curriculum Vitae Section 3: Letters of recommendation Section 4: Published materials Section 5: Photographs Section 6: Contact information
    • Section I Letter of Nomination
    • Section II Bio and Curriculum Vitae
    • A. HUGH GREENE, FACHE Hugh Greene is President and Chief Executive Officer of Baptist Health, a comprehensive community-based health system that is comprised of five hospitals. Mr. Greene holds a master’s degree in Health Administration from the Medical College of Virginia and a master’s degree of Divinity from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Wake Forest University where he was Phi Beta Kappa. Mr. Greene currently serves as Vice-Chair of the Board of Trustees for the University of North Florida and was named an honorary alumnus of UNF. After serving numerous times on the Board of Directors for the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, he served as chair in 2011 and chair of the Cornerstone economic development division in 2007, Mr. Greene has been active in civic affairs, most recently co-chairing the economic development transition committee for Mayor Brown. He also served on the corporate Board of PSS World Medical prior to the recent sale of the company to McKesson. In 2007, the Jacksonville Business Journal named him one of the area’s 12 “Ultimate CEOs” and he was also inducted into the First Coast Business Hall of Fame. He has been active with the United Way of Northeast Florida where he has served as chair of the Board of Trustees and as 2006 Campaign Chair. Mr. Greene was the founding chair of JaxCare, a program for the working uninsured. Additionally, as chair of the Sulzbacher Center Board, he received the Excellence in Healthcare Award for his efforts on behalf of healthcare for the homeless. He serves as a member of the Healthcare and Bioscience Council of Northeast Florida where he chairs the Access to Care work group. He is a member of Downtown Rotary. Mr. Greene was a member of the 1991 Leadership Jacksonville class, and the recipient of the Leadership Jacksonville 2006 Community Trustee Award. He is also a recipient of the 2012 Humanitarian Award by OneJax; and the 2013 Distinguished Business Leader Award by the University of North Florida’s Coggin College of Business. Outside of Jacksonville, Mr. Greene is the immediate past chair of the Florida Hospital Association Board, a member of its Executive Committee and Legislative Advocacy Committee. He was named “Grassroots Champion” for Florida by the American Hospital Association in 2009 for his political involvement on behalf of hospitals. He currently serves on the Regional Policy Board of the American Hospital Association. Mr. Greene was also appointed by the Governor to the Low Income Pool Council, where he continues to serve. Hugh and Susan, his wife of 38 years, have three sons and one grandson. 5/28/13
    • 1 Curriculum Vitae A. Hugh Greene, FACHE Office: Home: 841 Prudential Drive, Suite 1601 3518 Hilliard Road Jacksonville, FL 32207 Jacksonville, FL 32217 904-202-4011 904-733-2159 hugh.greene@bmcjax.com hughwfu@aol.com EDUCATION 1984 Master of Health Administration, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia A.D. Williams Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement 1977 Master of Divinity, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky 1975 B.A., Wake Forest University (Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa), Winston-Salem, N.C. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE May 2000 BAPTIST HEALTH To Present Jacksonville, Florida President and Chief Executive Officer This position has overall responsibility for the region’s largest non-profit health care system and reports directly to the Board of Directors. This comprehensive system is comprised of five hospitals (including the region’s only children’s hospital), a major outpatient campus in Clay County with a free-standing emergency department, home health agency, behavioral health company, significant primary care network and affiliated specialty practices, as well as various for-profit entities supporting the system. The Chief Executive Officer serves on the Board of Directors. This position also is actively involved in philanthropic efforts in support of the health system. Accomplishments: The overall health system has been recognized as the “Preferred Hospital” system and has been the recipient of the Consumer Choice Award by the National Research Corporation for over 20 years consecutively. Significant growth has occurred with the health system market share increasing from 26 to 30 percent since Baptist South opened in 2005. Net operating revenues have grown to more than $1.2 billion. The health system enjoys a AA- bond rating from Standard & Poors. All of the system’s hospitals are now completely digital environments with no paper medical records or film. The Baptist Primary Care network has now grown to over 200 providers in 47 offices; there are a total of over 300 employed physicians including primary care and specialists. Wolfson Children’s Hospital has developed into a tertiary regional pediatric facility, and was named among the top three children’s hospitals in Florida.
    • 2 July 1995- BAPTIST ST. VINCENT’S HEALTH SYSTEM May 2000 Jacksonville, Florida President and Chief Operating Officer (July, 1998-May 2000). Served as one of two Executive Vice-Presidents from July, 1995-July, 1998 Responsible for the operations of a merged health system which was the largest health delivery system in Northeast Florida with 1,373 hospital beds, a nursing home, home health agency, behavioral health company, DME company, reference laboratory, and 17 retail pharmacies, and well as other supporting for-profit entities. April 1989- BAPTIST HEALTH SYSTEM, INC. July 1995 Jacksonville, Florida Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer Responsible for all hospital operations in the largest existing health system in the region. The position also included the responsibility for system-wide Human Resources, as well as the leadership for managed care negotiations. May 1984- HOSPITAL CORPORATION OF AMERICA April 1989 Administrator, First Coast Medical Center, Jacksonville Beach, Florida (1988-89) Chief Executive Officer for 82-bed community hospital, including the construction of a new replacement hospital facility. Assistant Administrator, HCA Southern Hills Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee (1984-1988) May 1982- Administrative Resident, Baptist Health Services, Gadsden, Alabama (1983-84) May 1984 Evening Administrator, Richmond Memorial Hospital, Richmond, Virginia (182-83) January 1978- Pastor, Belmont Baptist Church, Columbia, South Carolina July 1981 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS: American College of Healthcare Executives  Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives  Regent’s Awards, 2000 and 2007 Florida Hospital Association (FHA)  Board Chair 2011-12  Board, FHA, 1996-1999; 2000-2003; 2007-present (including Executive Committee)  FHA President Search Committee, 2007; FHA Strategic Planning Committee, 2009-2011  Board, FHA PAC, 1996-present
    • 3 American Hospital Association (AHA)  Member, AHA  AHA Grassroots Champion for Florida, 2009  Appointed to AHA Long Range Policy Committee, 2007  Regional Policy Board, AHA, 2003-2006; 2013-present  Most Valuable Political Action Award, AHA, 2001 Other  Appointed by Governor Bush to Low Income Pool Council, responsible for the recommendations to the state legislature for disproportionate share and other low income funds, 2006-present COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce  Chamber Chair, 2011  Board of Directors, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2010 - present  Chair, Cornerstone Economic Development, 2007  Vice Chair, Business Development and Chair, Trustees Program, 1996 University of North Florida  Trustee, 2007-present (appointed by Board of Governors, State University System)  Vice Chair, 2009-present; Finance Committee, 2007-present  Healthcare and Bioscience Council of Northeast Florida  Chair, Access to Care Work Group, 2009-present Mayor Alvin Brown Transition Leadership  Co-Chair, Economic Development Transition Team Jacksonville Journey Steering Committee (citywide anti-crime initiative)  Member, appointed by Mayor Peyton 2008 United Way of Northeast Florida  Chair, 2006 Campaign for four-county region in Northeast Florida (exceeded $25 million goal)  Chair, Board of Trustees, 2000-2002; Member, Board of Trustees, 1997-2007 JaxCare (Community-wide Coalition for the Working Uninsured Utilizing a Health Plan Model)  Founding Chair, 2003-2006; Board member, 2003-2009
    • 4 Sulzbacher Center (for the Homeless)  Chair, Board of Directors, 1998-1999  Board Member, 1994-2000  Honorary Chair, Transformations Event, 2002 Leadership Jacksonville  Graduate, Class of 1991  Board Member, 1996-1997 Other  Board of Directors, PSS World Medical, Inc. 2012-until sale of company to McKesson  Board of Visitors, Wake Forest University Divinity School, 1997-2006  Member, Downtown Rotary  Member, Hendricks Avenue Baptist Church OTHER HONORS AND RECOGNITIONS  Distinguished Business Leader Award, UNF’s Coggin College of Business 2013  Humanitarian Award, OneJax, 2012  Recipient, Florence N. Davis Award for Community Achievement, 2010  Inducted, First Coast Business Hall of Fame, 2007  Recipient, Ultimate CEO Award, Jacksonville Business Journal, 2007  Hope Award, Multiple Sclerosis Society, 2007  Community Trustee Award, Leadership Jacksonville, 2006  Excellence in Healthcare Award, 1996 (for health clinic for the homeless) PERSONAL Hugh and Susan, his wife of 38 years, have three sons and one grandson. HG: 5/28/13
    • Section III Letters of Recommendation
    • Section IV Published Materials
    • SECTION IV
    • SECTION IV
    • SECTION IV
    • SECTION IV
    • SECTION IV
    • SECTION IV
    • SECTION IV
    • SECTION IV
    • Section V Photographs
    • At the Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce (left to right): Chamber Chair-Elect Tom Van Berkel, Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown, Chamber Chair Hugh Greene, and Chamber President Walter Lee. Hugh Greene, President and CEO of Baptist Health, addresses the Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce Health Planning Council luncheon. Florida Gov. Rick Scott, Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown, and Baptist Health CEO Hugh Greene at the grand opening of Vulcan Keystone. Source: Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce Source: Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce Source: Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce SECTION V
    • Hugh Greene (second from left), Chair of the Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce, talks with dignitaries at the announcement that EverBank is locating 1,200 jobs in downtown Jacksonville. Hugh Greene (second from left) talks with members of ImpactJAX, an organization of young professionals, at one of the group’s events. Kevin Twomey (left), former President of the St. Joe Company, and Hugh Greene, President and CEO of Baptist Health, at a UNF event. Source: Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce Source: Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce Source: University of North Florida SECTION V
    • Susan and Hugh Greene are honored by Community Connections for their service to the community. Source: Community Connections SECTION V
    • Section VI Contact Information
    • Contact Information For more information about A. Hugh Greene or the information contained within this nomination, please contact: Audrey Moran Senior Vice President Social Responsibility & Community Advocacy Baptist Health 841 Prudential Drive Aetna Building, Suite 1601 Jacksonville, FL 32207 Phone: 904.202.4910 Fax: 904.202.4920 Audrey.Moran@bmcjax.com