HCA names CEO of Nashville hospital after leader exits for urgent care chain

Mark Miller was named CEO of HCA Healthcare's TriStar Skyline Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn., according to a Jan. 9 hospital Facebook post.

Mr. Miller replaces Dustin Greene, who helmed the hospital since February 2020. Mr. Greene has accepted a role as CEO of Henderson, Texas-based QuickVisit Urgent Care, according to his LinkedIn page.

Mr. Miller brings 12 years of experience with HCA to his new role, according to the TriStar Skyline Facebook post.  

Before joining TriStar Skyline Medical Center, he was CEO of West Hills (Calif.) Hospital.

In his latest role, he will oversee operations at TriStar Skyline, including its level 2 trauma center, comprehensive burn unit, neuroscience center and 121-bed behavioral health hospital, TriStar Skyline Madison (Tenn.) Campus, according to the hospital.

"I look forward to working alongside the exceptional team at TriStar Skyline and continuing to foster a strong culture where colleagues and physicians can passionately provide excellent care to our patients," Mr. Miller said in a statement. "I am excited to return home to Middle Tennessee and am committed to providing services that improve lives and move our community forward."

TriStar Skyline includes 407 beds across its two campuses. 

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