A tremendous networking opportunity for new and more seasoned members alike!
This event is for all ACHE of North Texas members who want to become more involved and/or become more connected/networked with their fellow ACHENTX members.
The ACHE North Texas Membership Committees cordially invites you to the ACHE of North Texas chapter’s next Networking Blitz. This fun event will allow members to get to know one another in meaningful ways. There will be special fun activities, where personal connections will be made. The intent of this program is to bring members together to get a real in depth view of ACHENTX, to enable you to meet some of the chapter’s leadership and other fellow ACHE members, and to help you map out how to best take advantage of the plethora of local and national benefits and opportunities available to you through ACHE. It’s a way to let us get to know you better as well and become a part of your professional network.
Our guest speaker for the evening will be Patrick Brown, FACHE – Senior Vice President, Surgery Partners.
We are looking forward to meeting each of you and/or getting to know you better!
A light dinner will be offered. A special thanks to Medical City Heart & Spine for hosting this event!
Patrick Brown currently serves as a Senior Vice President at Surgery Partners, Inc. where he has operational, financial, and strategic oversight for physician-owned, specialty hospitals and ASC’s across 4 states. Prior to joining Surgery Partners, Patrick served as the Vice President, Chief Operating Officer for Methodist Charlton Medical Center and Methodist Mansfield Medical Center. While at Methodist, Patrick had oversight for over $90M worth of expansion projects and led the double-digit growth and development of several of the hospital’s key service lines. Prior to working at Methodist Health System, he held executive leadership roles at Texas Health Resources and Tenet Healthcare. While serving in those roles, his responsibilities included business strategy, service line development, physician recruitment, and ACO enhancement.
In 2020, Patrick was named the Young Healthcare Executive of the Year for the ACHENTX chapter and in 2022 he was named the Young Healthcare Executive of the Year by the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council. He is the chapter President of NAHSE-DFW and he also serves as the Secretary of the ACHENTX chapter. Additionally, Patrick serves as a mentor, advisor, and investor for healthcare start-ups across the country.
With over 17 years of progressive healthcare leadership experience in operations, human resources, supply chain, strategy and business development roles across multiple states, Patrick is committed to servant leadership, service excellence, and integrity.
Patrick earned his bachelor’s degree in business management from Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, FL and an MBA from Mercer University in Macon, GA. He is a Fellow and board certified in healthcare management by the American College of Healthcare Executives.