Jeremy Clark, Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett chief executive officer, has been named to the Becker’s Hospital Review 2014 list “Rising Stars: 25 Healthcare Leaders Under 40.”
This list recognizes men and women who have demonstrated excellence in their healthcare organizations and professional lives before turning 40. The Becker’s Hospital Review editorial team selected leaders on this year’s list based on peer nominations and editorial research. All leaders were under 40 years old at the time of their nomination earlier this year.
Clark has served as the chief executive officer at Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett for the past two years. His leadership has played a key role in the hospital growing its admissions, surgical volume and emergency department visits through the development of new hospital services including a STEMI program, robotic surgery program and interventional pain management center. The hospital has also received numerous recognitions for the quality of care it delivers to its patients, including honors from the American Heart Association and the Leapfrog Group, as well as achieving formal certification as an Accredited Chest Pain Center and Primary Stroke Center.
“Under Jeremy’s leadership, Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett has flourished,” said David Archer, Saint Francis Healthcare CEO. “He is committed to ensuring patients receive high quality care and service, and as a result I expect the hospital will continue to excel while growing to meet the health care needs of the community.”
Prior to his arrival at Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett, Clark’s experience included serving as vice president and chief of staff for Tenet Healthcare, one of the largest healthcare systems in the nation. In this position, he played an integral role in the company’s development of national strategy and operational improvements. Clark was also the chief operating officer at Good Samaritan Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Fla., where he led the hospital to the 2010 Circle of Excellence award (Tenet Healthcare’s highest honor for a hospital). Clark graduated from Duke University, where he double majored in biology and history. He also received his Master of Business Administration from Duke. Clark is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
The complete list from Becker’s Healthcare Review can be found at beckershospitalreview.com/25-healthcare-leaders-under-40-2014/full-list.html.