January 09, 2023
Allen Harrison, president and Kristin Dyer, chief financial officer
Dallas – Medical City Healthcare is welcoming Allen Harrison as division president and Kristin Dyer as chief financial officer.
The two new leaders join the division after President Erol Akdamar and Chief Financial Officer Ronnie Midgett were promoted to president and CFO respectively of parent company HCA Healthcare’s American Group region.
Harrison brings a breadth of knowledge, healthcare leadership and frontline experience to the role. Prior to joining Medical City Healthcare in January 2023, Harrison served for four years as president and CEO of Methodist Healthcare in San Antonio. Previously, he served as CEO at Methodist Hospital and Methodist Children’s Hospital in San Antonio, CEO at St. David’s North Austin Medical Center, and COO of Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center in Denver, Colorado. Harrison started his career as a clinical engineer, responsible for overseeing a service line delivering custom medical equipment to persons with disabilities.
“Providing the highest level of quality, safe and compassionate care is our top priority,” says Allen Harrison, president of Medical City Healthcare. “I am honored to work alongside and build on the excellence created by the many dedicated professionals who are already providing outstanding care in every action, every patient, every time.”
Harrison holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver, a Master of Engineering and Biomedical Engineering from the University of Virginia and he graduated magna cum laude from Oral Roberts University with a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering.
Kristin Dyer, chief financial officer
Kristin Dyer has joined Medical City Healthcare as chief financial officer. Dyer has been part of HCA Healthcare, the parent company of Medical City Healthcare, since 2013. Before her role at Medical City Healthcare, she served as CFO of the HCA Healthcare North Florida Division, overseeing growth along with financial and operational efficiencies for 15 hospitals and more than 120 additional sites of care. She previously held CFO roles at Chippenham and Johnston-Willis Hospitals and at Capital Regional Medical Center in Tallahassee.
Dyer served eight years in the U.S. Navy, where she achieved the final rank of lieutenant in the Medical Services Corps and acted as CFO/comptroller at the Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms, CA. She earned a Master of Healthcare Administration, Health Policy Certification, and a Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration from Ohio University in Athens.