June 03, 2022
Houston, TX — HCA Healthcare Gulf Coast Division President Troy Villarreal announced Jeanna Bamburg has been named chief executive officer of The Woman’s Hospital of Texas. Bamburg will assume her new role Tuesday, July 5, 2022.
A native Houstonian, Bamburg has been the chief executive officer at HCA Houston Healthcare Southeast since 2012. Prior to serving as CEO, Jeanna served as chief operating officer at HCA Houston Healthcare Southeast when it was Bayshore Medical Center. Additionally, she has held positions of increasing responsibility in her 25 years with HCA Healthcare.
Bamburg has been named one of Houston’s Most Admired CEOs, Houston’s Women Who Mean Business and Houston’s Breakthrough Women.
“Jeanna has demonstrated expertise in improving patient safety and quality, expanding clinical service lines and HCA’s footprint in the community and transforming the hospital’s culture. She has dedicated herself to ensuring the hospital is a great place for patients, their families, staff and providers,” said Troy Villarreal, HCA Healthcare Gulf Coast Division President. “Her work ethic, talent and natural leadership ability make her a great fit to take the helm at The Woman’s Hospital of Texas.”
Along with her work in healthcare, Bamburg serves on the Board of Directors of Houston’s Alley Theatre, a Tony Award-winning theatre and one of America’s leading non-profit theatres. She has significant experience leading local fundraising campaigns, committees, and mentoring initiatives for several organizations. Her focus is to mentor the next generation of female leaders and improve healthcare for all women. She recently served as the 2022 March of Dimes March for Babies Houston Chairperson and proudly continued the tradition of Houston’s event landing in the nation’s top spot for both walkers and funds raised.
Bamburg earned a master’s degree in business administration and a bachelor’s in business administration with a concentration in marketing from the University of Houston Clear Lake. She is board certified in healthcare management as a fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives, with which she currently serves as the regent for the Southeast Texas chapter.