Community Hospital Corporation (CHC), a not-for-profit company committed to helping hospitals remain community-operated and governed, recently announced that Amy Boykin, RN, MSHA, CPHQ has been selected to serve as Vice President, Quality and Care Management (VPQCM). In her new role, Boykin will serve as a critical leader of CHC who will support the Quality and Care Management services at all hospitals CHC manages and the hospitals CHC supports with consulting services.
Boykin is a Certified Professional in both Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) and Healthcare Risk Management (CPHRM). She has significant experience working in both small and large hospitals as well as large health systems. Prior to accepting the position at CHC, Boykin served as Vice President, Quality/Risk Management/Regulatory Compliance at Methodist Healthcare System in San Antonio where she was responsible for quality improvement, physician peer review, risk management, accreditation/regulatory compliance and infection prevention for eight acute care hospitals.
“Amy’s deep clinical knowledge, significant integrated care experience and understanding of hospital quality, process improvement and case management make her an ideal fit for this position,” said Ivan Bartolome, Senior Vice President of FaithSearch Partners. “I know she is excited about returning to the Dallas area and sharing her knowledge and leadership with all of the CHC facilities.”
FaithSearch Partners is one of the nation’s leading retained executive search firms and is the only one of its kind focused exclusively on identifying and recruiting leaders for churches, parachurch organizations, as well as faith-based hospitals and healthcare systems. Combined, consultants at FaithSearch Partners have successfully managed more than 450 executive-level searches for numerous high-profile faith-based organizations across the country. Its website can be found at www.faithsearchpartners.com.
Community Hospital Corporation (CHC) is a not-for-profit corporation created in 1996 to preserve the not-for-profit status of community-based health care organizations. CHC strives to help community-based health care organizations deliver on their mission, remain a community asset and improve operations and quality of care through partnership and shared vision. CHC owns, leases or manages acute care hospitals in Texas, New Mexico and Nebraska and has consulted with hospitals and LTACHs in 26 states. Through its subsidiary, CHC Community Care, CHC operates long-term acute care hospitals in Tyler, TX, and manages other long-term acute care hospitals in Texas with additional hospitals expected to be added this year. More information can be found on the CHC website.