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Jay deVenny named CEO of Medical City Dallas

Medical City Dallas Hospital welcomes new chief executive officer Jay deVenny.

April 11, 2024
Medical City Dallas Hospital CEO Jay deVenny

Dallas, Texas — Jay deVenny has been named chief executive officer of Medical City Dallas, a 909-bed hospital with nearly 100 specialties, more than 1,500 physicians and 3,300 employees.

Since January 2022, deVenny has served as CEO of Medical City Children’s Hospital and Medical City Women’s Hospital Dallas. In his new role, he will also lead Medical City Heart Hospital and Medical City Spine Hospital, departments of Medical City Dallas. He will continue serving as CEO of Medical City Children’s Hospital and Medical City Women’s Hospital Dallas while a national search for his replacement begins.

“Jay is known for his strategic focus on growth, collaboration with physicians across a complex array of specialties, and his ability to deliver an exceptional experience for patients and families,” says Allen Harrison, president of Medical City Healthcare. “It is an exciting time for the Medical City Dallas family of hospitals and I am confident Jay will lead them to the next level of healthcare excellence.”

Under deVenny’s leadership, Medical City Children’s Hospital has grown services, including congenital heart, pediatric oncology and pediatric orthopedics. In addition, Medical City Dallas was recently voted “Best Hospital to Have a Baby” in Dallas County for the fourth year in a row by thousands of North Texans in the annual DFWChild Magazine competition, reflecting on the continued excellence of Medical City Women’s Hospital Dallas. Prior to these roles, deVenny served as the Medical City Dallas chief development officer, vice president of business development and assistant vice president of neuroscience, oncology and orthopedic services.

deVenny holds a Master of Business Administration in Health Services Management from the University of North Texas and a Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies from the University of Kansas. He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) and serves as a board member for Camp iHope and the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce.

Published:
April 11, 2024
Location:
Medical City Dallas

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