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OMC’s Josh Reeves Promoted to Executive Director of Operations

OMC’s Josh Reeves Promoted to Executive Director of Operations

WEST PLAINS, Mo – Ozarks Medical Center (OMC) recently announced the promotion of Josh Reeves to Executive Director of Operations. Reeves has previously served as Director of Facilities, Planning, and Development for OMC. In his new role as Executive Director of Operations, Reeves’ responsibilities will expand to include the oversight of diagnostic and ancillary departments.

Reeves will continue to provide leadership for the OMC expansion, with a groundbreaking and a general contractor appointment soon. “I believe that OMC is not only the best rural healthcare system,” says Reeves, “but also a driving force for economic development in West Plains and the surrounding counties.”

The expansion which adds 100,000 square feet to the medical center, including a new 15,000 square foot Women’s Center, will be the largest project in OMC history. It will bring almost all of OMC's specialty clinics and ancillary services to one location, creating a one-stop-shop for patients. They will be able to register and schedule services at one counter, use OMC's pharmacy, imaging center, laboratories, expanded cafeteria, retail restaurant, and other related services in one building.

Prior to OMC, Reeves ran his own government contract business for many years. He is currently pursuing a Master’s degree and is an active member of the West Plains Economic Development Corporation. A resident of West Plains and a native of Howell County, Reeves and his family enjoying farming and travel. His wife, Stacey, is a creative writing instructor at Missouri State University, Springfield.

“Josh is a talented leader with a promising vision for OMC,” said Kurt Abbey, Vice President, and Chief Nursing Officer and Chief Operating Officer. “He has and will continue to be an instrumental member of the OMC team.”

Ozarks Medical Center is a system of care encompassing eight primary care and 16 specialty clinics, along with complete rehabilitation, behavioral healthcare, and home care services. While the 114-bed acute care hospital cares for more than 5,400 admissions, the entire medical system has more than 364,000 patient visits annually in South Central Missouri and Northern Arkansas. For more information about OMC, visit www.OzarksMedicalCenter.com.

Josh Reeves, Executive Director of Operations, Ozarks Medical Center


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