Jeremy Brynes new CEO of Kingwood Emergency Hospital
20 February, 2019
Kingwood Emergency Hospital, a Facilities Management Group enterprise, opened in January of 2018 to provide both emergency room and in-patient services to the residents of Kingwood, Porter, New Caney, Humble, Atascocita and neighboring communities. The hospital is pleased to announce the recent addition of Jeremy Brynes as Chief Executive Officer.
On the hospital’s local impact Brynes says,” Patients are demanding more. There is an overwhelming need for concierge emergency and in-patient care in our area. I am confident that our amazing team at Kingwood Emergency Hospital will exceed the patient’s expectations and deliver customized, high-quality care.”
Jeremy brings a wealth of experience to Kingwood Emergency Hospital. Previously, Jeremy served as Assistant Vice President of Health Systems Operations & Administrator of the UTMB League City Hospital. In that role, he was responsible for the day-to-day operations and performance UTMB’s rapidly-growing community-based academic medical center hospital. He also oversaw service line strategic planning and business development for all of UTMB’s hospitals and clinics.
Prior to UTMB, Jeremy served for over 12 years at Memorial Hermann Healthcare System, the last seven of which he served as Assistant Administrator & Director of Business Development for Memorial Hermann Greater Heights hospital.
Jeremy received his B.S. in Economics from SUNY Cortland and his M.B.A. from Tulane University’s A.B. Freeman School of Business. Jeremy and his wife, Courtney, have three children. His unique background and experience offer a fresh perspective on the patient experience. Together, he and Kingwood Emergency Hospital are changing the definition of emergency care for the people of Northeast Harris and Montgomery Counties.