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Physician Practice Administrator named for Carolina Pines, KershawHealth

on Wednesday, 09 March 2016. Posted in News, Local News

Physician Practice Administrator named for Carolina Pines, KershawHealth

Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center in Hartsville and KershawHealth in Camden, sister hospitals in the Capella/MUSC Health Network, are pleased to announce that Catherine (Casey) Spotts has been named Physician Practice Administrator. An innovative healthcare leader, Spotts will direct operations and financial management for the employed physician practices at both hospitals, including physician practice evaluation and acquisition, facility planning and renovation, physician practice integration and alignment, quality initiatives, customer service and staff/ practice development.

Prior to joining Carolina Pines and KershawHealth, Spotts served for 16 years at Lexington Medical Center in West Columbia. As Vice President of Physician Network Operations, she led a large, multispecialty physician network of 235 physicians and 60 midlevel providers in 67 locations with over 1400 employees. She also managed the operations and financials of this broad specialty and primary care network. A graduate of Columbia College, Spotts earned her Bachelor of Arts in Business.

Her professional affiliations include the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA). She served as SC President, Lexington Chapter Governor, Conference Chair and Tri-State Conference Leader and was a recipient of the Governor’s Award of Excellence from the SC Chapter. Chief among her community and church activities include serving as Executive Director of the Mission of Hope Medmission.

About Carolina Pines and KershawHealth Both hospitals offer a wide variety of acute care and outpatient services, medical and surgical care, advanced diagnostics, and rehabilitation therapy. KershawHealth is anchored by the 121-bed Medical Center in Camden, and includes the Outpatient Center and Urgent Care at Elgin, West Wateree Medical Complex, Healthcare Place at Bethune, and Physical Therapy at Kershaw. Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center, located in Hartsville, is a 116-bed acute care community hospital with an adjoining medical office building.

The hospital is partly owned by physicians. About Capella-MUSC Health MUSC Health and Capella Healthcare established a clinical affiliation through the creation of the Capella-MUSC Health Network, which is designed to enhance the health and wellness of families and communities throughout South Carolina. This initiative combines MUSC Health’s academic expertise and commitment to education, research and patient care with Capella Healthcare’s proven expertise in running hospitals to create a regionally-based healthcare delivery network. For more information, visit the website at CapellaMUSCHealthNetwork.com.