Keith V. Zimmerman
Chief Executive Officer
Keith Zimmerman was named Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Medical City Arlington in April 2017. He brings more than 28 years of healthcare experience to his leadership role at Medical City Arlington.
Keith previously served as CEO of Medical City Children's Hospital and Chief Development Officer at Medical City Dallas. Prior to Medical City Healthcare, Keith was the system Vice President of Business Development at Ohio Health in Columbus, Ohio. Before his tenure at Ohio Health, Keith held multiple operational and business development roles in healthcare.
Keith earned his undergraduate degree in business administration at the University of Louisiana and a Master of Business Administration in Health Care Management with Graduate Honors from Regis University in Denver, Colorado.
Eric Benink, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Eric Benink was named Chief Medical Officer (CMO) at Medical City Arlington in November 2016. He brings more than 30 years of healthcare experience to his leadership role at Medical City Arlington.
Dr. Benink previously served as Senior Vice President and CMO at Regional One Health, CMO at Northwest Community Hospital and CMO at OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center. Dr. Benink was also a clinical instructor and assistant professor for the emergency medicine residency program, at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center and held faculty positions at the University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria and Rockford campuses. Specializing in emergency medicine, Dr. Benink also served in the United States Air Force during the Gulf War.
Dr. Benink earned his medical degree at Rush Medical College in Chicago, Illinois. He completed his residency and served as Chief Resident at Advocate Christ Hospital and Medical Center in Oak Lawn, Illinois. He also earned a Master of Business Administration from The George Washington University in Washington D.C.
Cathleen "Cathy" McLaughlin
Chief Nursing Officer
Cathy McLaughlin, MSN, BSHM, RN, OCN was named Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) at Medical City Arlington in January 2017. She brings more than 28 years of healthcare experience to her leadership role at Medical City Arlington.
Cathy previously served Associate Chief Nursing Officer at Medical City Dallas and as a charge nurse, preceptor, Oncology Educator, Oncology Service Line Manager and Director at Medical City Plano and Medical City Dallas. Cathy also held leadership positions as IRU Director, Med/Surg Director and Magnet Program Director, leading Medical City Plano to initial Magnet Designation.
Cathy earned her nursing diploma at Mercy Hospital School of Nursing in Pittsburgh, PA, a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management from Bellevue University, Nebraska, and a Master of Science in Nursing from Loyola University in New Orleans, LA.
Chief Operating Officer
Skyler Reed was named Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Medical City Arlington in July 2019. He came to Arlington from St. David’s Georgetown Hospital in Georgetown, Texas, where he had served as COO since 2016.
Skyler also served as associate chief operating officer at St David’s South Austin Medical Center, where he completed the HCA Executive Development Program COO Track in 2017. He also spent time as an associate administrator and administrative resident in the St. David’s HealthCare system.
Skyler earned a Master of Science in Health Care Administration from Trinity University and a Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration from Auburn University.
Jeff M. Ardemagni
Chief Financial Officer
Jeff Ardemagni was named Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at Medical City Arlington in August 2009. He brings more than 19 years of healthcare experience to his leadership role at Medical City Arlington.
Jeff previously served as VP of Finance of Medical City Plano, Administrative Director of Finance at Medical City McKinney, Associate Controller in the HCA Executive CFO Development Program at Medical City Plano and Reimbursement Coordinator in the HCA Corporate Reimbursement Department.
Jeff earned his Bachelor of Science in Accounting at the University of Arkansas Little Rock and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Financial Management from the University of Arkansas.
James V. Boyle (Jim)
Assistant Chief Nursing Officer
Jim Boyle was named Assistant Chief Nursing Officer (ACNO) at Medical City Arlington in July 2018. Jim brings more than 22 years of healthcare experience to his leadership role at Medical City Arlington.
Jim joined Medical City Arlington in July 2016 as VP of Clinical Operations and was promoted to his current role as ACNO. He previously served for 14 years in numerous leadership roles at hospitals located in the Chicago suburbs.
Jim earned his undergraduate degree in Nursing at Saint Xavier University and a Master of Science in Nursing in Health Systems Leadership with Graduate Honors from Lewis University.
Mary Beth Short
Vice President of Human Resources
Mary Beth Short was named Vice President of Human Resources at Medical City Arlington in October 2017. She brings more than 20 years of human resources experience, including more than 13 years in healthcare human resources to her leadership at Medical City Arlington.
Mary Beth previously served as Vice President of Human Resources at Medical City Alliance and Medical City North Hills. Prior to joining Medical City Healthcare, Mary Beth held human resources leadership positions at U.S. Anesthesia Partners, Medsynergies, Texas Health and Baylor Health Care System.
Mary Beth is a Navy veteran. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Studies, Human Resources Management from New Hampshire College and a Master of Business Administration from Texas Woman’s University.
Vice President of Operations
Marcus Jackson joined the leadership team at Medical City Arlington in November 2017. He brings more than 22 years of healthcare experience to his leadership role at Medical City Arlington.
Marcus previously served as the Director of Cardiopulmonary Services at Methodist Mansfield Medical Center. Along with operational responsibility for Cardiology, Cath Lab and PCIU, Marcus provided leadership in several construction expansions of Cardiac Cath Lab Services. Prior to that role, Marcus served as the Director of Respiratory Care and Interim Pharmacy Director.
Marcus is a Marine Corps Reserve veteran. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Ministry and Leadership at Dallas Christian College, a Master of Business Administration and Master of Health Systems Management from Texas Woman’s University, and a Master of Arts in New Testament Preaching from Johnson Bible College.
Vice President of Finance
Jamie Gibbs was named VP of Finance at Medical City Arlington in April 2018. Jamie brings more than 10 years of healthcare experience to her leadership role at Medical City Arlington.
Jamie joined Medical City Arlington in 2014 as Assistant Controller and was promoted to her current role from Controller. Her previous experience was with HCA/Parallon’s San Antonio Shared Services Center working in a variety of roles including Government Reimbursement Manager, Payment Compliance Director, and Controller.
Jamie earned dual bachelor’s degrees, a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and graduated with honors from St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas. She is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration from Texas A&M University Commerce.