Sana Healthcare Unveils Carrollton Regional Medical Center
Sana Plans Community Focus and Exceptional Care
Sana Healthcare has assumed operations of the 216-bed acute care hospital at 4343 Josey Lane in Carrollton, Texas. The newly named Carrollton Regional Medical Center will focus on strong physician and community partnerships in this growing area.
“We are extremely fortunate to have the opportunity to be involved with a hospital that has such an excellent medical staff, dedicated employees and a commitment to quality,” said Krishna Surapaneni, MD, principal and founder of Sana Healthcare.
Carrollton Regional Medical Center serves the residents of Carrollton, Lewisville, The Colony, Castle Hills, Farmers Branch, Addison, Coppell and many other surrounding communities.
Sana has appointed Susan Watson, a veteran hospital administrator with 18 years prior experience at this hospital, to the position of Chief Operating Officer. “I am extremely excited about this new beginning at Carrollton Regional as we grow and continue to expand services that will better serve our local residents,” said Watson.
The hospital and adjoining medical office buildings are owned by the Metrocrest Hospital Authority (MHA). “Sana Healthcare shares our vision of maintaining and growing a true community hospital to serve one of the fastest growing areas of North Texas,” said Charles B. Heath, MHA Chief Executive Officer. “Sana executives bring decades of senior level experience to this opportunity and have a vision for utilizing and expanding services at the hospital.”
About Sana Healthcare
Sana Healthcare, LLC was founded with the intent to revitalize and operate hospitals in mid-sized to large markets. Sana was established by a physician/entrepreneur who was the founder of hospital service companies in the U.S. and academic medical centers and other hospitals abroad. All principals of Sana have operated hospitals as key corporate executives in multi-hospital systems. Other key executives are also drawn from hospital systems and have held corporate roles in legal, IT, health information, and clinical document improvement services.
Since its creation in 1975, the primary mission of the MHA is to create a quality healthcare environment for both providers and users in its service area. The primary mission of the Authority is to create a quality healthcare environment for both providers and users and to ensure that the Authority remains in a position to meet the health care needs in its service area.