November 17, 2022
Houston, TX – HCA Healthcare Gulf Coast Division is pleased to announce the reappointment of Holly Elliott as vice president of women’s and children’s services, effective January 1, 2023.
Elliott currently serves as HCA Healthcare’s corporate vice president of women’s and children’s services and has continued to support the Gulf Coast Division since she took the national role in November 2021.
“Holly has been instrumental in leading the corporate women’s and children’s strategic agenda,” said Amy Casseri, senior vice president of physician relations, women’s and children’s services and imaging at HCA Healthcare. “Among many of her successes, Holly initiated HCA Healthcare’s first company-wide OB/GYN Physician Townhall focused on initiatives to improve maternal and neonatal outcomes. Additionally, she coordinated the completion of our 2022 NICU cohort workshops and the consolidation of our NICU cohort 3-year strategic plan,” Casseri added.
Elliott’s new focus will be on the development and implementation of women’s and children’s growth strategies, market differentiation initiatives, and coordination of clinical best practices across Gulf Coast Division’s hospitals, women’s centers and other sites of care in Houston and South Texas.
“Holly’s previous division experience driving high-priority initiatives and recruiting high-quality clinicians is invaluable,” said Mike Lance, chief development officer at HCA Healthcare Gulf Coast Division. “Holly will be a tremendous asset to our development team yet again.”
Originally from Dayton, Texas, Elliott attended Baylor University where she received a bachelor of arts in biology. She also holds a master of healthcare administration from Trinity University. In addition to being a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), Elliott is a member of the Trinity University Department of Healthcare Administration Alumni Association, Baylor University Alumni Association and is a board member of Heart Gift Houston.