Children’s Hospital at Memorial names leader

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William HardinChildren’s Hospital Colorado (Children’s Colorado) announced Monday that William “Bill” Hardin, Jr., M.D., has been selected as associate chief medical officer of Children’s Colorado at Memorial Hospital and Southern Colorado.

He assumed the role March 24.

Hardin is responsible for physician oversight and medical staff operations as well as for graduate medical education and research activities. In partnership with Greg Raymond, regional vice president, Southern Colorado, he will lead the strategic direction for care delivery at Children’s Colorado at Memorial, as well as for Southern Colorado.

“Bill brings decades of established leadership in both academic medical centers and community-based hospital medicine,” said Raymond. “His nationally recognized, extensive experience in pediatrics strengthens our position in providing Southern Colorado with the best healthcare specialists.”

Hardin was most recently vice chair for pediatric surgical service lines at Lehigh Valley Hospital and Health Network in Allentown, Pa. Prior to that, he served The Children’s Hospital of Alabama as director of pediatric trauma services, director of burn services and as medical director of information services.

He earned his medical degree from Tulane University School of Medicine. He completed his general surgery residency with Tulane University and Charity Hospital in New Orleans, and a fellowship in pediatric surgery at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.

“It is an honor to join a hospital distinguished among the nation’s top children’s hospitals,” said Hardin.

Hardin has authored or co-authored seven book chapters and more than 50 publications focused in the areas of pediatric trauma, burns, minimally invasive surgery and ethics. He has held leadership positions in national and regional organizations and has special interests in surgical education and health informatics.

 

One Response to Children’s Hospital at Memorial names leader

  1. Bring your child to this hospital at your own risk! they are getting rid of the security force they have had in place for years and puttung in contract security in there place.this is a bib safty risk. the new contract security is not trainned on anything that keeps this hospital safe. dont let them tell you that this company is better or the same as the security that has been there aka black shirts.they are not the same and have no trainning to keep you or the place safe.

    WH
    April 7, 2014 at 10:57 am