Brad Holland, CEO of Cedar Park Regional Medical Center has announced that he will leave Cedar Park Regional Medical Center in December, 2018 to pursue a new professional opportunity.
The hospital says the search for a new CEO will begin immediately, and that members of the hospital's board, as well as medical staff and administration, will be involved in the process.
“It has been a privilege to build services and strengthen the operations at Cedar Park Regional Medical Center over the past six years,” said Holland in a release. “During this time, we have created a medical hub on our campus to meet the health care needs of our region.”
During Holland’s tenure, Cedar Park Regional Medical Center attained numerous accreditations and certifications, most notably in stroke, trauma and neonatal intensive care. He oversaw the expansion of numerous services, including the development of Interventional Cardiology, the Joint and Spine Center, a freestanding Emergency Center, and Family Imaging Center.
“We will continue our mission to provide western Williamson County with the highest quality health care, and we are grateful to Brad for the many contributions he has made in advancing patient care in the region,” said Tom Gallagher, chairman of the board of Cedar Park Regional Medical Center.