Tennova Healthcare - Regional Jackson Names New CEO


 
Lance Beus

JACKSON - Lance Beus has been named Chief Executive Officer of Tennova Healthcare - Regional Jackson effective October 30th. He comes to Jackson from CHRISTUS Jasper Memorial Hospital in Jasper, Texas.

Since 2014, Beus has served as President of CHRISTUS Jasper Memorial Hospital, overseeing an acute care hospital and four rural clinics. He began his healthcare career as administrator of a 17-provider cardiology practice in Johnson City, Tennessee and has since applied his leadership skills as Assistant CEO at CHS-affiliated Woodland Heights Medical Center in Lufkin, Texas and CEO at hospitals in Saudi Arabia and Egypt.

Beus earned a master's degree in public health - healthcare administration from East Tennessee State University and his bachelor's degree in sociology from Brigham Young University.

 
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