Brett McClung, FACHE
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Brett S. McClung, FACHE, was named executive vice president and North Zone operations leader in May 2013.
He previously was president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth for six years. McClung also served as president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle for two years and vice president for ambulatory, support services and business development at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth. He has been associated with Harris Methodist hospitals and Texas Health Resources in various roles since 1993.
McClung serves the community and the health care industry in a variety of volunteer roles, including: Healthy Tarrant County Collaboration (chair), Trinity University Healthcare Alumni Board (president), Dallas/Fort Worth Hospital Council (board member), faculty and moderator for American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), Tarrant County American Heart Association (leadership team member), Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce (board member) and Downtown Fort Worth Rotary (member).
In addition to his service to the community, McClung's honors include the 2006 Dallas Fort Worth Hospital Council Young Executive of the Year, the Early Careerist Healthcare Executive Award from ACHE, the International Leadership Fellow from the German Marshall Fund of the United States, and “40 Business Leaders under 40” recognition from the Fort Worth Business Press. He is a member of the Texas Hospital Association HOSPAC Board and was named to the Vision North Texas Health Team, as well as to the inaugural class of Leadership North Texas.
McClung earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business from Southwestern University in Georgetown and a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration from Trinity University in San Antonio.