LAS VEGAS, NV. (Dec. 1, 2016) – HCA Far West Division has named Jeremy S. Bradshaw as Chief Executive Officer
of MountainView Hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada. Bradshaw will assume responsibility
of the 340-bed acute-care hospital on Jan. 1, 2017.
Bradshaw is a trusted healthcare executive with 13 years’ experience
in healthcare. He is recognized in the healthcare industry as a progressive
strategist who drives market growth through service line development,
with a constant focus on patient safety and on improving the patient experience.
He returns to HCA from UHS where he most recently served as Chief Executive
Officer (CEO) of Desert Springs Hospital, prior to which he held the role
of Chief Operating Officer.
Among Bradshaw’s accomplishments while at Desert Springs, he focused
on patient safety, leading the hospital to receive an A rating by the
Leapfrog Group, and significantly impacting the reductions of hospital
acquired infections through continued focus and accountability.
Prior to his time with UHS, Bradshaw was a member of the HCA family, working
as Vice President – Operations & Cardiovascular Services at
HealthOne – The Medical Center of Aurora, Colo. Bradshaw also served
as director of Medical City Dallas Hospital’s transplant service
line. He also has worked at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Min., as operations
director over the transplant center, and as an administrative fellow.
“Jeremy’s experience with HCA and in the Las Vegas healthcare
market makes him a great fit at MountainView Hospital,” said Bryan
R. Rogers, FACHE, President of HCA Far West Division. “His leadership
and knowledge will be valuable in continuing to advance the growth of
healthcare services to our patients.”
“I look forward to joining the dedicated team at MountainView Hospital
and embracing the culture of excellence they have built over the past
20 years,” Bradshaw said. “I am confident MountainView will
remain a leading provider of healthcare in Las Vegas, and I look forward
to implementing strategic initiatives and building collaborative relationships
with physicians and the community we serve.”
Among Bradshaw’s many accolades are the 2014 Nevada Hospital Engagement
Network Leader award for demonstrating excellence in patient safety and
the 2014 Healthcare Personnel Influenza Immunization Silver Syringe award
by the Southern Nevada Immunization & Health Coalition.
Bradshaw earned his bachelors of science degree in business management
from Southern Utah University. He received his master of health administration
from the University of Minnesota. Bradshaw is married with five children.
Bradshaw assumes the role of CEO at MountainView, following the promotion
of Chris Mowan to Chief Executive Officer at Medical City Dallas Hospital.