Methodist Hospital for Surgery Welcomes New President

Feb
17
2015

In October 2014, Methodist Hospital for Surgery proudly welcomed Dan Gideon, FACHE, as its new president who has since been working to implement new programs and enhance current offerings. With almost 30 years of experience leading and managing hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers, Gideon is well-equipped to guide Methodist Hospital for Surgery toward continued success, which is ultimately expressed in quality outcomes and patient satisfaction.

“Becoming President of Methodist Hospital for Surgery is an incredible opportunity,” Gideon said. “In this role, I’m able to act as a leading influence in one of the nation’s most respected surgical facilities, and I trust that my team and I can find additional opportunities for its success.”

In the course of his 27-year career, Gideon has held the titles of chief executive officer, chief operating officer and chief financial officer, and has worked with both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, to include hospitals and hospital management companies. Prior to joining Methodist Hospital for Surgery, he served as a group vice president for Nueterra and, during that time, was responsible for the overall operations of hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers in the Texas area.

Methodist Hospital for Surgery is one of the nation’s leading establishments for a variety of surgeries and is most noted for spinal and orthopedic procedures. In recognition of their excellent performance, the hospital has received the following awards: Healthgrades® Patient Safety Excellent AwardTM, Top 10% in the Nation for Public Safety, America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Spine SurgeryTM, Spine Surgery Excellence Award, Joint Replacement Excellence AwardTM, Top 10% in the Nation for Joint Replacement, Five-Star Recipient for Total Knee Replacement (2013, 2014), Five-Star Recipient for Back Surgery, Five-Star Recipient for Spinal Fusion Surgery (2013, 2014).

“This hospital has an incredible reputation, and it’s one I intend to reinforce and help expand,” said Gideon. “With advanced tools and equipment in the hands of award-winning surgeons and physicians, we have everything needed to continue performing as one of the country’s best hospitals.”


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