Baylor Scott & White Health rearranges leadership

Baylor Scott & White Health is making two regional and hospital leadership changes. 

The 51-hospital system, based in Dallas, announced the following leadership changes April 27 in a news release:

1. Seth Sullivan, MD, is the system's new regional chief medical officer. Dr. Sullivan has been on the Baylor Scott & White Health medical staff for 10 years and most recently served as division director of medicine. Dr. Sullivan will assume the regional CMO role on June 19.

2. Bill Rayburn, MD, will part with the regional CMO title and continue on as CMO of Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-Brenham and as an active member of the medical staff. Dr. Rayburn served as regional CMO for more than two decades, growing the region from 19 to 250 physicians and advanced practice providers. He will work closely with Dr. Sullivan during the transition of the regional CMO role. 

Jason Jennings will continue serving as president of the Baylor Scott & White – College Station Region. Geoff Christian will continue as chief operating officer of the Baylor Scott & White – College Station Region.

Editor's note: An April 27 version of this story reported that Mr. Jennings and Mr. Christian would take on new roles with different Baylor Scott & White hospitals. The system issued an updated news release May 10 with the information reported above.

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