Posts Tagged ‘Wesley Medical Center’

Judge rules in ambulance lawsuit involving two local hospitals

HATTIESBURG — Years after Wesley Medical Center filed a lawsuit against AAA Ambulance Service, its CEO Wade Spruill and Forrest General for allegedly denying local residents their choice of hospitals for trauma care, a judge has ruled in Forrest General’s favor, according to Forrest General. “Wesley conceded that it did not have valid claims against Forrest […] [...]

Hospital system expects millions in losses from federal cuts

HATTIESBURG — The Forrest Health hospital system is expecting its first red ink since 2007. The projected $2.5 million loss for fiscal 2014 is from federal cuts, including payments for uninsured patients, CEO Evan Dillard told The Hattiesburg American. Forrest General alone is expected to lose $3.7 in such “disproportionate share” payments, he said in […] [...]

Mckay named CNO

by Published: July 17,2011

Tags: Phebe Mckay, Wesley Medical Center

Phebe Mckay, RN, BSN, has joined the administrative team at Wesley Medical Center as chief nursing officer. Mckay comes to Hattiesburg from Medical Hospital of South Dallas, where she served as CEO and chief nursing officer. She has nearly 25 years of clinical experience and has worked in administrative roles for more than 20 years. […] [...]

Wesley honors top employees

Three Wesley Medical Center employees were recently named 2010 employees of the year during the annual service award reception at the hospital. Stephanie Beasley has received the Employee of the Year award for her work as a financial analyst for the hospital. Beasley is in her 27th year with Wesley. Randy Green, RN, director of […] [...]

ACS honors Williamson for service

The American Cancer Society has awarded the annual Patient Support Award to Wesley Medical Center community educator Nita Williamson for her contributions to breast cancer awareness and the Look Good…Feel Better program. The ACS designates this annual award to one community leader who demonstrates extraordinary care and compassion in the development and implementation of these […] [...]

Rouse named V.P. at Wesley

by Published: October 10,2010

Tags: Traci Rouse, Wesley Medical Center

Wesley Medical Center has named Traci Rouse as the hospital’s new vice president of marketing. Rouse joins Wesley after serving as communications director for the Hattiesburg Convention Commission, which involved the direction and promotion of Lake Terrace Convention Center, Saenger Theater, African American Military History Museum and Hattiesburg Zoo. Rouse has received many awards in […] [...]

Wesley names ‘Physician Champions’

Wesley Medical Center recently announced its Physician Champions in three categories. Dr. Hal Liddell was named “Service Physician Champion,” Dr. Gardner Fletcher was named “Quality Physician Champion” and Dr. Bill Reno was named “Documentation Physician Champion.” [...]

Neuendorf named CEO of Wesley

by Published: June 20,2010

Tags: Michael S. Neuendorf, Wesley Medical Center

Michael S. Neuendorf has recently been appointed CEO of Wesley Medical Center. Neuendorf comes to Wesley from Foley, Ala., where he served as CEO of South Baldwin Regional Medical Center for the past three years. Before becoming the CEO at South Baldwin, he served there as the assistant CEO. “My family and I are thrilled […] [...]

Wesley gets new executives

by Published: June 13,2010

Tags: Jim Young, Sean Johnson, Wesley Medical Center

Jim Young has been named CFO for Wesley Medical Center. Since 2008, Young was responsible for all accounting and financial functions along with oversight of health information management, case management, hospital compliance, purchasing, information systems and the business office at Gilmore Memorial Regional Medical Center in Amory. Young earned his bachelor of business administration in […] [...]

Wesley presents annual awards


Next Page »

Recent Posts


Should the IHL reconsider its position on firing Dan Jones as chancellor at the University of Mississippi?

View Results

The MBJ poll should not be considered a scientific one. Results reflect only the opinion of those who participate.

Loading ... Loading ...

Recent Comments