Community Health Systems, Franklin, Tenn., has made two operations leadership promotions.
Tim Hingtgen has been named to the new position of executive VP of operations, making him the highest-ranking operations executive after CHS President and COO David Miller, who is retiring at the end of the year. Since 2014, Hingtgen, 48, has been president of the system's Division IV, which includes 31 affiliated hospitals in New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania.
John McClellan, 47, has been named president of CHS' Division IV operations, taking over Hingtgen's previous role. McClellan has been a VP of operations since 2009, overseeing the acquisition and integration of hospitals in Indiana and Pennsylvania and helping to establish clinically integrated networks in key CHS markets.
Robert W.K. Webb has been named senior VP and chief human resources officer for Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare Corp., effective May 16. He takes over for Cathy Fraser, who joined the Mayo Clinic this year as chief human resources officer.
Webb, 59, most recently spent nine years with Hyatt Hotels Corp., where he was executive VP and chief human resources officer. Before that, he spent 19 years at Citigroup and two predecessor companies.