Bill Masterton has been named chief executive of Piedmont Medical Center in Rock Hill.
Staff Writer- Charlotte Business Journal
Piedmont Medical Center
has named Bill Masterton as its chief executive.
His first day at the 288-bed Rock Hill hospital will be July 16.
Masterton most recently served as chief executive for Coastal Carolina Hospital, a 41-bed hospital in Hardeeville, S.C.
He replaces Charlie Miller, who accepted a position within Piedmont’s parent company, Tenet Healthcare Corp.
, in March.
Both Piedmont Medical Center and Coastal Carolina are operated by Dallas-based Tenet (NYSE:THC).
During Masterton’s tenure, Coastal Carolina received numerous accreditations and certifications including recognitions from the Joint Commission, the American Hospital Association and the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control.
That facility also received Tenet’s Circle of Excellence Award in 2012.
“Bill is an exceptional leader with a proven track record in hospital operations and development,” says John Holland, senior vice president of Tenet’s Southern States region. “He will ensure that Piedmont Medical Center continues providing the high-quality care for which it is known.”
Prior to his role with Coastal Carolina, Masterton worked at Tenet’s Atlanta Medical Center as chief financial officer and then chief operating officer.
He received a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of South Florida. He is also a certified public accountant.
Tenet Healthcare operates 50 hospitals, more than 100 free-standing outpatient centers and Conifer Health Solutions.
Jennifer Thomas covers health care, biotech, education and retail for the Charlotte Business Journal.
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