Kissimmee, FL - Bryan Lee has been named Chief Operating Officer of Osceola Regional Medical Center.
Lee most recently served as the Chief Operating Officer at Eliza Coffee Memorial Hospital, a 358-bed facility in Florence, Alabama. In October 2013, Lee was named one of Alabama’s top “Young Movers and Shapers under 35” by Business Alabama magazine.
Before joining RegionalCare Hospital Partners, Lee was Division Vice President for Select Medical, managing 10 long-term acute care hospitals across the Southeast. He also served as Chief Executive Officer at Select Specialty Hospitals in Pensacola, Florida, and Nashville, Tennessee. In 2008, Lee was selected as a “Top 15 Leader” from among the 21,000 employees at Select Medical. He was also named a “Rising Star” by the Independent News in 2008.
“Osceola Regional Medical Center is pleased to have such a high caliber administrative professional joining our team. His proven leadership skills and healthcare experience will help strengthen our hospital’s programs and daily operations. Moreover, Bryan has deep commitment to patient care, he will help us continue to raise our quality of service for our patients and our community,” Robert Krieger, CEO at Osceola Regional Medical Center said.
Lee received his bachelor’s degree in healthcare management from the University of Alabama in 2001. He later received a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) and his Master’s in Health Administration, both from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. In 2008, he was recognized as a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
In addition to his professional responsibilities, Lee has been involved with the American Heart Association Heart Walk and Heart Ball; the Relay for Life; Rotary International; and Trinity Episcopal Church.