Eric Reichle, FACHE, brings corporate and international leadership and strategic experience in service line growth, physician relations, and care continuum development
Medical City Dallas welcomed a new chief operating officer to its senior leadership team on January 4, 2016. Eric Reichle, FACHE, arrives with healthcare leadership experience from London, England by way of Nashville.
“Eric is an experienced healthcare executive with corporate and international leadership experience in strategic development,” said Troy Villarreal, President and CEO of Medical City Dallas. “Eric brings valuable knowledge and leadership to the execution of operational strategies that will expand the high quality healthcare we provide to our patients and their families. I know he will be a valued asset to our leadership team, and I look forward to working with him to serve our communities.”
Reichle transitioned from his former role of Executive Director and Vice President of Operations at HCA International in London. In that role, Reichle was responsible for developing the HCA International strategy, along with identifying and executing operational growth initiatives. During his time in London, he co-led the development for HCA International's largest capital project - The Shard Diagnostic Centre and The Cancer Treatment Centre.
Prior to joining HCA International, Reichle served as a Senior Director in the Strategic Resource Group at HCA's corporate headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee. In his position he worked with HCA executive and hospital leadership to strategically plan service line growth, physician network development, care continuum development and physician integration.
Reichle graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Science and was a member of the varsity cross country and track and field team. He also received a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, where he was a recipient of the Trinity University Healthcare Graduate Assistantship and served as the Service and Social Chairman of the Trinity University Healthcare Student Association. At HCA, Reichle was nominated to participate in the Senior Executive Program for the Scarlett Leadership Institute and the Young Leaders Council of Nashville. He has served as a board member on The Bridge Nashville and the Young Professionals Advisory Council of the Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation.
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