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IASIS Healthcare names new leaders at Mountain Vista
Four new leaders have been added to the team at IASIS Healthcare’s Mesa hospital, Mountain Vista Medical Center.
The new team members include:
Patricia Rollins, who joins IASIS as the new Women’s Services director. Rollins is a registered nurse with 25 years of experience with women’s services. She will focus on advancing Mountain Vista’s programs for women of all ages. Prior to joining IASIS, Rollins was director of Perinatal Services for a California hospital.
Amy Lomu joins IASIS as its emergency services director. She has been a registered nurse at the Mountain Vista Medical Center for 8 years. Lomu will focus on improving the quality of care and service of the hospital’s emergency operations.
Audrey Jones has been the outpatient physical therapist at Mountain Vista for six years, and is now taking over as the director of Therapy Services. Jones will manage the delivery of all physical therapy programs for patients while overseeing staff performance.
Kirk McFalls joins Mountain Vista with 20 years of healthcare sales and development experience in both California and Arizona. He will support the hospital’s strategic vision and building and maintaining relationships and partnerships with the local community. He was regional sales manager at Katalyst Surgical before joining IASIS Healthcare.
“These leaders bring a wealth of knowledge, talent and compassion for not only our patients, but for the community at large,” said Eric Paul, IASIS Healthcare Arizona Market president.