Keaton Francis, Chief Hospital Executive (CHE) at INTEGRIS Bass Baptist Health Center in Enid.

INTEGRIS Health is pleased to announce Keaton Francis as the new chief hospital executive (CHE) at INTEGRIS Bass Baptist Health Center.
Francis will replace Kurt DeVaney, who accepted the chief hospital executive position at INTEGRIS Health Southwest Medical Center.
“My family and I are elated about the opportunity to serve not only the community of Enid, but the people of northwest Oklahoma,” Francis said. “INTEGRIS Health has a proven track record of delivering safe, quality health care to the people of Oklahoma. I am pleased, excited, but most of all, grateful to be able to work with the board, medical staff and hospital staff at INTEGRIS Bass Baptist Health Center to further carry out our organization’s Mission of partnering with people to live healthier lives.”
Francis joins INTEGRIS Health from AllianceHealth Durant where he’s held the assistant chief executive officer role since 2019. Francis was responsible for physician recruitment, radiology, laboratory, pharmacy, respiratory therapy, physical therapy, plant operations, dietary, environmental services, business development, bio med and security. In his time there, he successfully recruited eight physicians, improved the financial performance of the hospital and completed multiple facility projects.
Prior to that, Francis served as interim chief administrator officer at AllianceHealth Madill, assistant administrator at Comanche County Hospital Authority and multiple leadership roles at Southwestern Medical Center in Lawton.
He has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in marketing from Cameron University and a master’s degree in health care administration from Trinity University. His first day at INTEGRIS Health will be Jan. 9, 2023.

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