Raymond Draper (R.D.) WilliamsChief Executive Officer
R.D. Williams assumed his position as CEO of Hendry Regional Medical Center on June 3, 2013. He came to Clewiston from Jefferson North Carolina, where he served as CEO at Ashe Memorial Hospital for approximately 19 years. Mr. Williams has over 30 years of proactive progressive leadership experience in healthcare management, and he holds a Master of Business Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond Virginia. He has extensive knowledge of healthcare financial and clinical operations, strategy development and implementation, managed care negotiations, physician recruitment, and quality improvement.
Troy E. EllerChief Financial Officer
Troy Eller is the Chief Financial Officer at Hendry Regional Medical Center since May 2021. Mr. Eller has over 20 years of diverse healthcare experience including hospital financial operations, revenue cycle management, and managed care contracting. Mr. Eller earned his MBA at Indiana Wesleyan University and is a proud U.S. Army Veteran. He is responsible for the financial operations of Hendry Regional Medical Center.
David Theroux, FACHE MBAChief Operating Officer
David joined the team at Hendry Regional Medical Center in July of 2007. Since that time, he has assumed progressive levels of responsibility, ultimately leading to his February, 2018 appointment as the hospital's Chief Operating Officer. David holds a Masters of Business Administration from South University and is credentialed as a Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives. David has over 20 years in the healthcare industry with experience in clinical operations, life safety, emergency management, compliance, and facility operations.
Dakota Redd, R.N.Chief Nursing Officer
Dakota Redd is the Chief Nursing Officer of Hendry Regional Medical Center since June 2021. He previously held the positions of Administrative Nursing Supervisor, Patient Safety Officer, and Emergency Department Director at HRMC. Prior to coming to Clewiston, he served as Director of In-Patient Services and Emergency Department at a rural Critical Access Hospital in Potosi, Missouri. Mr. Redd holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Maryville University and has over 35 years of healthcare experience. He believes that focusing on the patient experience, patient safety, quality of care and employee engagement is the best recipe for success.