Sean Kamber

Chief Executive Officer

Sean Kamber, CEO

In 2018, Sean Kamber was named chief executive officer at Medical City Weatherford. Prior to entering this role, Kamber served as vice president of rural and community outreach for HCA Healthcare’s Gulf Coast Division, identifying and developing strategic opportunities for collaboration in the secondary and tertiary service areas.

In addition, Kamber served as chief operating officer at Weatherford Regional for three years. In which time, he helped improve CMS hospital ratings, increased growth in adjusted admissions and surgery, and completed the joint venture acquisition for the imaging center.

Kamber brings more than 12 years of healthcare experience to the role. His career began as division manager for a urology group and he quickly advanced to higher-level leadership roles, including director of operations at Texas Health Resources and assistant administrator at Laredo Medical Center.

Kamber received a master's degree in healthcare administration from Trinity University and holds an undergraduate degree from the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University.

Jim Boyle, MSN, RN, CNML

Chief Nursing Officer

Jim Boyle, MSN, RN, CNML, was named chief nursing officer for Medical City Weatherford in December 2021. In this role, he oversees the nursing practice and operations for all facility nurses and ancillary care services.

With more than 25 years of healthcare experience that includes executive and senior leadership positions, Boyle joined Medical City Healthcare in 2016. He served as vice president of clinical operations at Medical City Arlington and then assistant chief nursing officer for that facility. There, he led several program initiatives, including the expansion of Medical City Arlington emergency services, the opening of Medical City ER Red Oak and accreditation efforts for the Chest Pain Center, Primary Stroke Center and reaccreditation of the Community Cancer Program by the Commission on Cancer. Under his guidance, both the NTICU and Grand Prairie emergency departments were recognized as HCA Healthcare Units of Distinction for their exceptional clinical care.

Boyle earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Saint Xavier University in Chicago and a Master of Science in Healthcare Systems Leadership with graduate honors from Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois. He was selected for and completed the HCA Healthcare Leadership Institute’s Executive Development Program and holds professional certifications in nursing leadership as well as in emergency operations and disaster preparedness.