HMHEB Hospital President Named a Fellow in the ACHE|
BEDFORD, Texas — Kirk King, president of Harris Methodist H•E•B Hospital recently earned the status of Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).
To become a fellow, King had to complete a three year tenure as an ACHE member or Diplomat, complete a post baccalaureate degree, hold a health care management position for at least five years, exhibit leadership both in professional and civic organizations, complete 40 hours of continuing education credits over the past five years and pass a comprehensive board of governor's examination in health care management.
King exceeded the requirements, having served as an ACHE Diplomat since 1996 and worked in health care management since 1987. His fellow status is a hallmark credential signifying King's extensive health care experience, commitment to leadership and knowledge of health care administration.
About Harris Methodist H•E•B Hospital
Harris Methodist H•E•B Hospital, an affiliate of Texas Health Resources, is a 284-bed, acute-care facility serving Northeast Tarrant County since 1973. Services provided at Harris Methodist H•E•B Hospital include outpatient surgery, women's services, a level III neonatal intensive care unit, a dedicated oncology care unit, neurosurgery, cardiovascular surgery and a dedicated cardiac care unit, cardiac rehabilitation, physical medicine and rehabilitation, occupational health services, psychiatric and addiction treatment and pediatrics.
About Texas Health Resources
Texas Health Resources is one of the largest faith-based, nonprofit health care delivery systems in the United States and the largest in North Texas in terms of patients served. THR controls 13 affiliated hospitals and a medical research organization, and is a corporate member or partner in seven additional hospitals and surgery centers. THR’s family of hospitals includes Harris Methodist Hospitals, Arlington Memorial Hospital and Presbyterian Healthcare System. For more information about Texas Health Resources, visit http://www.texashealth.org/.