Chief Medical Officer hired at Heartland Whole Health Institute

John Findley, a healthcare industry veteran with nearly three decades of experience, has been appointed as the new chief medical officer at Heartland Whole Health Institute in Bentonville. The institute, established in 2019 by billionaire philanthropist Alice Walton, is currently under construction and aims to advance healthcare and enhance health outcomes for generations to come.

Prior to his new role, Findley served as President of Bryan Health Connect in Lincoln, Nebraska, where he led the organization through significant changes and innovations in the healthcare industry. He also held various executive positions and worked as a medical provider in western Colorado for 15 years.

Findley expressed excitement about joining the team at Heartland Whole Health Institute and shared his vision of collaborating with partners to redesign the delivery system for improved patient care and overall healthcare transformation in the Heartland region.

Walter Harris, President and CEO of Heartland Whole Health Institute, expressed confidence in Findley’s thought leadership and dedication to excellence in advancing the institute’s mission of improving healthcare and bridging gaps in health services. The upcoming 75,000-square-foot building will house office spaces and community areas, further contributing to the institute’s mission of advancing healthcare and enhancing health outcomes for generations to come.

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