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EXECUTIVE BIOGRAPHIES

Pamela Stoyanoff, MBA, CPA and FACHE is currently Executive Vice President and Chief Operating
Officer for the eight hospitals Methodist Health System in Dallas, Texas. In that role she is responsible
for five of the seven hospitals (the other 3 being joint ventures) and a myriad of Corporate, centralized
functions including IT, Purchasing, Quality, Revenue Cycle and Graduate Medical Education.
Pam is experienced in strategic planning, financial management, IT, Human resources, operational
performance improvement, joint ventures and physician integration. She is passionate about the Triple
Aim and improving quality, population health management both with the highest level of efficiency.
She is a member of several Boards, including the Dallas Ft. Worth Hospital Council Education and
Foundation Board, ACHE of North Texas Board (she is currently serving as Treasurer) and several others.
As a well-known member in the community, Pam serves on the Trinity Commons Foundation Board
and has traveled to Washington D.C. with select contingencies to promote the Dallas economic development. She is also on the Advisory Board for her alma mater, Valparaiso University. Prior to coming
to Dallas, Pam was the Chief Financial Officer for the St. Vincent Health System (four hospitals) in Little
Rock, Arkansas. She is originally from Chicago, Illinois and began her career at Arthur Anderson & Co.
Pam has her BS in Business Administration with a major in Accounting, is a CPA and has her Masters
degree from the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management in Lake Forest, Illinois. She has spoken
around the country on many topics including revenue cycle management, cost reduction strategies
and diversity in healthcare supply procurement. She was most recently voted one of the top 100
Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know by Beckers Hospital Review, one of the top
25 Women in Business in Dallas/Ft. Worth by the Dallas Business Journal and was also selected by the
Dallas Business Journal as a Health Care Hero (in recognition of contributions toward improving health
care in North Texas).
Kenneth Hutchenrider, Jr., FACHE joined Methodist Richardson Medical Center as President in July
2010. He has more than 25 years of executive experience with a result-oriented record of substantially
increasing financial stability and strengthening team management to build a tradition of providing
the best care possible to the communities served.
During his tenure, Ken administered the assimilation of the hospital into the Methodist Health System,
as well as the development of a $120M replacement hospital and its subsequent and ongoing
expansions. Pam Stoyanoff, Chief Operations Officer of Methodist Health System has said, Ken is an
outstanding leader with a proven track record in operational excellence. Additional accomplishments include the establishment of a new wound care center, recruitment and stabilization of the
NICU physician group, development of the Da Vinci surgical program, and the successful recruitment/

employment of new medical staff members. Under his direction, Methodist Richardson has received
accreditations as a Chest Pain Center, a Stroke Center, and achieved nursing Pathway to Excellence.
Prior to July 2010, Ken served as the Chief Executive Officer of Galesburg Cottage Hospital, in
Galesburg, Illinois. There, he successfully and effectively managed all facets of the 173 bed acute
care facility, including a skilled nursing unit, inpatient psychiatric unit, a joint venture outpatient
therapy unit, and a joint venture dialysis unit .Previously in his career, Ken served in executive roles
including Chief Executive Officer of the Terre Haute Regional Hospital in Terre Haute, Indiana and
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Wesley Medical Center in Wichita, Kansas.
Ken started his career in a clinical position as a Paramedic Shift Supervisor in Pasadena, Texas. He
holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas A&M University and a Masters of Healthcare
Administration from the University of Houston, Clear Lake. Ken has received many accolades, including
the American Heart Association SOAR Award, the Community Health System Outstanding Achievement Award, and Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He is actively involved
in the community and currently serves as the Director of the Richardson Chamber of Commerce.
Maureen Tarrant is President and Chief Executive Officer of Presbyterian/St. Lukes Medical Center
and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children in July of 2014. Prior to this, Maureen was CEO at Sky Ridge
Medical Center, from 2001(opened 2003) and HealthONE Vice President for Strategic and Administrative Services. She also held the position of Vice President of Planning and Marketing at Rose Medical
Center. At Sky Ridge, she was instrumental in the planning, design and development, construction
and opening of HCA/HealthONEs seventh and newest hospital.
Active in the community, Maureen is serving as Ex-Officio on the Board of Directors of Rocky
Mountain Childrens Health Foundation. She is also a board member of the Metro Denver Economic
Development Corporation and Eating Disorder Center of Denver, a member of the MIC Management
Committee (Radiology Joint Venture), an Adjunct Faculty member of Virginia Commonwealth
Universitys Department of Health Administration, and a member of the American College of
Healthcare Executives. Maureen is also serving as a mentor for the Young Americans Celebration for
Young Entrepreneurs. She has also served as Chair of the Board for the Colorado Hospital Association
from 2010 to 2011, and was a member of American Hospital Associations Regional Policy Board from
2009 to 2011. Maureen received her MBA in healthcare management from Boston University.
Edward Herrman RN, MBA/HCM, FACHE started his career in healthcare from the bottom up. He first
started as a Nurse Aid on a Medical Surgical floor while pursuing his Nursing degree. Most recently, he
assumed the President role at INTEGRIS Bass Baptist Health Center in May of 2013. He was previously at
INTEGRIS Bass Baptist in Enid from 2008-2011 as the AVP and Chief Nursing Officer before transferring
to INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center in Oklahoma City as the VP and Chief Nursing Officer from
2011-May 2013. Edward has his Bachelors in Nursing, Masters in Business with a focus in Healthcare
Management and is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Edward is active in the community serving on the YMCA Board, United Way, NW Oklahoma Blood
Institute Board, Autry Tech Executive Leadership Council, Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce
Board, Enid Higher Education Board, OCU Kramer School of Nursing Board, and OHA Education
Steering Team. He is a Past-Member of the Vance Development Authority, Past-Honorary
Commander of Vance Air Force Base 71st Medical Group, and Past-President of the Oklahoma
Organization of Nurse Executives.

Amanda Veit is the Chief Nursing Officer for Presbyterian/St. Lukes (P/SL) and Rocky Mountain Hospital
for Children. She joined the P/SL team in October 2014 as the VP of Surgical Services and Service Line
Operations where she transformed staff and leadership culture, improved operational efficiencies,
built physician relationships, improved staffing and reduced leadership overhead.
Prior to her role at P/SL, Amanda was the Senior Director of Peri-Operative Services at Saint Joseph
Hospital and Clinical Manager at Kaiser Permanente in Denver. She received her Masters of Business
Administration from University of Colorado at Denver and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from
Medical University of South Carolina.
Patrick Ross, MD attended the St. Louis University School of Medicine and completed his residency
at Yale University. As a board certified General and Thoracic Surgeon, Dr. Ross has been utilizing the
robotic platform for thoracic procedures since 2011. He developed the robotics program at Ohio
State University where he was chief of thoracic surgery. He has contributed to more than 100 articles
in peer-reviewed medical journals and as of June 2015, became the Secretary General of the
International Photodynamic Association (IPA) World Congress Meeting. Currently as Chairman of
Surgery for Main Line Health System in Philadelphia, Dr. Ross is leading the thoracic robotics team
and building a robust, multi-specialty program.
Craig Johnson, MD graduated from OU in Norman and earned his medical degree from the OU
Health Sciences Center. He completed his general surgery residency at the OUHSC Tulsa campus.
Dr. Johnson completed a fellowship in colorectal surgery at Louisiana State University in Shreveport,
Louisiana. Dr. Johnson is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a Fellow of the American
Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons. He is board certified in general and colon and rectal surgery.
His practice is limited to the treatment of diseases of the colon and rectum. Dr. Johnson has been
performing minimally invasive colon surgery since 1992.
Since 2010, his practice focus on robotic colon and rectal surgery. Dr. Johnson heads one of eight
colorectal case observation-training centers in the country at Oklahoma Surgical Hospital. He is
actively involved in teaching courses and individual surgeons in robotic colon and rectal surgery.
Dr. Johnson, with nine other surgeons across the country, recently published a study in the Annals
of Surgical Oncology, Robotic Rectal Cancer Resection: A Retrospective Multicenter Analysis. Dr.
Johnson has specialized in colorectal surgery since 1992 and has practiced colorectal surgery at
Surgical Associates since 1996.
Anthony Canfield, MD recently relocated to Denver, Colorado, after coming from his practice in
Liberal, Kansas. He completed his undergraduate work at the University of Utah and his medical
school studies at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences in Maryland. Dr. Canfield went
on to complete his surgical residency at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, Texas.
His list of awards includes being a two-time Meritorious Service Medal winner and an Outstanding
Young Surgeon in Colorado from the American College of Surgeons.

Dr. Vanhooser, MD graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of medicine in 1982. He completed
his general surgery residency in 1987, and completed his thoracic surgery fellowship from the Sanger clinic
in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1989. He spent 11 years in private practice in Oklahoma City. During that
time his practice encompassed all aspects of cardiac, thoracic and vascular surgery. He was also active
with the Nazhi Zuhdi transplant Institute, and has performed hundreds of heart and lung transplants. He
participated in the first heart transplant performed in the state of Oklahoma in 1984, while still a general
surgery resident. He also was active in the mechanical circulatory assist arena.
In 2001 he transitioned to the Integris Bass Baptist Health Center in Enid Oklahoma as an employed
physician. He started and developed the cardiovascular surgery program in Enid. Dr Vanhooser currently
serves as the Chief of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery at Integris Bass Baptist Health Center. His
current practice includes adult cardiac surgery, thoracic surgery, vascular and endovascular surgery. He is
currently chief of the surgery department. He has been involved in and supportive of the robotic program
since its inception. He has been personally performing robotic thoracic surgical cases with the Si platform
for the past year.
He is also active in the local Enid community. He was elected and currently serves as city Commissioner
for the City of Enid. He is a member of the Integris Bass Baptist Health Center governing board, serves
on the medical executive committee, physician advisory committee, and has multiple other hospital
administrative roles.

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