Covenant Women's and Children's promotes 2 executives: 5 things to know

Covenant Women's and Children's in Lubbock, Texas, has promoted two employees to new leadership positions, according to a news release.

Here are six things to know about the promotions.

Amy Thompson, MD, was promoted from CMO of CWC to CEO.

1. Dr. Thompson was CMO for three years.

2. She has been serving as interim CEO since last summer while Chris Dougherty was on medical leave. Mr. Dougherty has now transitioned into the role of chief culture and experience officer for Lubbock-based Covenant Health.

3. She earned a master's degree in biology from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas, and attended Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Medical School in Lubbock.

Clay Taylor, former CEO of Covenant Plainview (Texas), moves into the role of COO of CWC beginning in May.

4. Mr. Taylor came to Covenant Plainview in 2011 and has spent the last five years serving in roles including CFO, COO and CEO.

5. Previously, he was CFO of Brownfield (Texas) Regional Medical Center, and was CFO and then CEO of Yoakum County Hospital in Denver City, Texas.

6. Mr. Taylor earned a master's degree in business administration from Wayland Baptist University in Plainview.


More articles on executive moves:

Owensboro Health adds 2 executives: 7 things to know
Providence St. Mary names new CMO: 4 things to know
Broward Health names interim CEO: 10 things to know

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