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BLUEFIELD, W.V. (NEWS RELEASE) – David Henry has been named Chief Executive Officer of Bluefield Regional Medical Center effective June 2.

“I look forward to working with the board, physicians and staff to continue Bluefield Regional Medical Center’s commitment to providing patients with high quality, personalized care,” Henry said. “It is an honor to be able to support the work they’ve done to make this hospital an important resource for the Bluefield community.”

Henry has nearly 10 years of hospital administration experience. Most recently, he was Assistant Chief Executive Officer at Regional Hospital of Jackson, a 152-bed hospital in Jackson, Tennessee. During his tenure there, he oversaw renovations to the hospital’s Emergency Department and radiology services, in addition to other projects still in development. He was previously Interim CEO at Henderson County Community Hospital and Assistant CEO at Dyersburg Regional Medical Center, also in Tennessee, where he led plans to achieve ADA compliance and update infrastructure and amenities.

“David has successfully managed capital investments in facilities and equipment during his career, which will serve us well as we complete a number of significant projects at Bluefield,” said Ron Satterfield, chairman of the Bluefield Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees. “On behalf of the entire board, we are delighted to name David as our new CEO and look forward to working with him in his new role.”

Bluefield Regional Medical Center expects to complete significant capital investments this spring, in addition to the recent renovation of the former intensive care and critical care units. The hospital is investing $5 million to expand MRI services and renovate the cardiac catheterization lab.

Henry received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. He also holds an MBA and master’s degree in Health Administration, both from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

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