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August 2, 2011

KHC announces new CEO

Knoxville —  

The Knoxville Hospital & Clinics Board of Directors is pleased to announce Knoxville native, Kevin Kincaid as the new Chief Executive Officer. Kevin comes to us from Dallas County Hospital in Perry where he has been serving as their Chief Operating Officer.

Kevin has worked in the Mercy Medical Center network and brings demonstrated experience utilizing the Studer philosophy in managing customer and employee satisfaction.  Through his leadership, service excellence scores improved by 26 points in one year.

In his current role as COO Kevin’s responsibilities included Service Excellence, Leadership Development, Human Resources, Information Technology, Facilities & Construction, Risk Management, Safety and Emergency Preparedness.

Kevin completed his undergraduate work at Ottawa University in Kansas City, KS.  He obtained a Masters in Hospital Administration from Des Moines University, and Radiologic Technology Degree from the University of Iowa. Kevin also is a graduate of Knoxville High School.

Along with his family, Kevin will be moving to Knoxville and is very excited to get involved in community activities as well as leading Knoxville Hospital & Clinics to its next levels of success.

“I am personally thrilled to have this opportunity to lead Knoxville Hospital & Clinics, an organization filled with high quality, dedicated providers, staff and volunteers,” said Kevin Kincaid. “The Knoxville Hospital has such a rich history and I am very excited to be a part of its next great chapter in serving the greater Knoxville community.  My family and I are so pleased to have this wonderful opportunity to return to what has always been home and give back to the community that has given me so much.”

His official start date has yet to be determined.

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