Our Administrative Team consists of several members who are focused on the overall operations of the organization. They provide leadership in the day-to-day management of the organization, evaluate the system as a whole to problem solve challenges and solutions, remove obstacles, and ensure the hospital is running smoothly and efficiently.

Hospital Administration

Rex D. Walk, FACHE
Interim Chief Executive Officer

Rex is a skilled and effective healthcare leader with over twenty-five years of successful experience in primarily rural stand-alone, community hospitals and also in a large health system. In addition, he was employed for a national group purchasing organization (GPO) leading supply network activities for over one-hundred member hospitals of all sizes in the southeast United States and also has prior experience as an international and domestic contract negotiator.  Rex has his Master’s Degree and has achieved Fellow Status in the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE). He has demonstrated commitment to community, civic and volunteer activities.

His strengths include healthcare operations knowledge, improved organizational financial performance and revitalized organizational cultures.  He is also well-versed in project management, including building projects, new service lines and other program implementations. In addition, his leadership experiences have consistently resulted in a reduction in employee turnover and improved organizational cultures while achieving increased levels of patient satisfaction. His innovative, positive and agile leadership approach is best summarized by a simple sign on his desk stating simply, “It Can Be Done”.

Rex believes in the power of collaboration while not shying away from making difficult decisions.  His dual focus on results and relationships is ever-present in his leadership approach and in his belief that both are vital to success and synergistic in nature.  He remains a continual learner and educator, teaching university and college courses in a variety of areas including leadership, human resources and healthcare administration. Rex enjoys mentoring others and also is skilled at developing highly functioning teams and organizations committed to putting the patient first.  Rex is a person of high character and continually strives to be a positive difference for others and for organizations.

Accomplishments of Note:

  • Achieving ‘worst to first’ status in patient satisfaction at a large health system.
  • Voted by colleagues as an American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Regent
  • Completion of several building projects on schedule and within budget.
  • Adept at developing and implementing effective market-driven and cost-justified growth strategies,
  • Effectively recruited and retained providers resulting in organizational growth and patient loyalty.
  • Implemented leadership development training that resulted in improved skills and leader effectiveness.
  • Successfully wrote and received grant funding on several projects of organizational significance.
  • Continually negotiated best in market pricing capital equipment purchases.
  • Regularly experienced year-upon-year service-line and statistical growth.

Rex and his wife grew up in a small, rural town in Western Kansas where both of their families were engaged in family farming operations. The Walk family currently reside in Frisco, Texas across the road from the new Dallas Cowboys Training facilities. They have three children with both their oldest daughter and son being officers in the US Air Force and US Army. Their youngest daughter is currently attending Baylor University and will be completing her undergraduate degree at the end of the next academic year.

Wayne Colson
Interim Chief Financial Officer

Collin McDonald
Director of Risk and Compliance

I was born in Seattle, Washington, then moved to Los Angeles, California, where I was raised. I graduated from University of California Berkley in 1991 with a B.A. in History. After receiving my B.A., I went on to earn my M.A. in Political Management from George Washington University in 1995. I continued even further to get my M.H.A. from Ohio State University in 2000. I have two daughters, Lane and Mary Clyde Bissett, and one son, Collin McDonald, JR, with my beautiful wife, Elizabeth.

Christina Baugh, RN
Director of Quality

Biography coming soon.

Janessa Mann, RN
Director of Nursing – Inpatient Services

Biography coming soon.

Jessica Seldomridge, RN
Director of Nursing – Outpatient Services

Biography coming soon.

Jan Gulbrandson
Director of Ancillary Services

Biography coming soon.

Abbie Webster
Executive Assistant

Biography coming soon.