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Trey Abshier Named CEO Of Central Florida Regional Hospital

Central Florida Regional Hospital, an HCA Healthcare North Florida Division facility, has named Trey Abshier, FACHE, as its new CEO. Abshier will begin his new role with the 221-bed Level II Trauma Center facility on Feb 4. He replaces Wendy Brandon, now CEO of UCF Lake Nona Medical Center, a partnership between HCA Healthcare and University of Central Florida.

Abshier rejoins HCA Healthcare with over 14 years of experience, most recently serving as Chief Executive Officer of Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. He also served as Chief Executive Officer of Florida Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale. Trey began his career with HCA Healthcare in 2005 at Medical Center of Arlington in Texas and held several executive positions during his tenure.

"Trey is an accomplished leader who will partner with physicians and employees to carry on Central Florida Regional Hospital's legacy of quality and compassionate care, " said Michael P. Joyce, FACHE, President of HCA Healthcare's North Florida Division. "His experience will be critical in facilitating the continued growth of the hospital to meet the needs of the communities in Central Florida."

He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources Management from Louisiana State University and his Master's Degree in Healthcare Administration from Trinity University in San Antonio. He is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

"I'm honored to join the dedicated team at Central Florida Regional Hospital as we serve Seminole and West Volusia counties and enter a new chapter of growth," Abshier said. "I look forward to getting immersed in this dynamic region as we create the future of healthcare for our community."



 
 
 
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