President and Chief Executive Officer
Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, Inc.
At TMH, we are very proud to have had non-discrimination policies and procedures in place since 2010 that protect and safeguard the right and opportunity of all individuals – including patients, visitors, colleagues and more – to be free from all forms of discrimination, including discrimination based age, race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status or sources of payment for care.
We recognize the importance of respecting and reflecting the wide variety of people we serve, including those members of the LGBTQ community. By embracing and prioritizing diversity and representation, we enrich our organization, our ability to learn from each other and our ability to fulfill our mission.
We know that when colleagues are able to feel safe as their whole selves in our healthcare workplace, they in turn provide better care. We also always want patients, families and our community to feel they can trust TMH to provide care in a culturally safe and affirming environment, regardless of a patient’s background, sexual orientation or gender expression.
G. Mark O’Bryant is President and Chief Executive Officer of Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, Inc, a 772-bed regional emerging quaternary facility. Mr. O’Bryant assumed the role in July 2003.
Since arriving at Tallahassee Memorial, Mr. O’Bryant has focused on clinical, operational and financial improvements centered on the development of a patient and family-centered care model. The organization has been restructured around eight clinical service lines, tasked with the responsibility for addressing the comprehensive needs of their respective patient population. He has also coordinated the development and implementation of a metrics-driven strategic plan centered on the vision of leading our community to be the healthiest in the nation. The organization continues to make significant strides in improving its performance in operations, finances, clinical outcomes and patient / physician satisfaction.
Prior to his recruitment to Tallahassee, Mr. O’Bryant came from Memorial Health Care System, Chattanooga, Tennessee, a 420-bed hospital organization affiliated with the Catholic Health Initiatives. As Sr. Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, he directed the strategic and operational activities of the organization.
Mr. O’Bryant is a Diplomat in the American College of Health Care Executives. His undergraduate degree is from Brigham Young University; his Master of Health Administration and Master of Business Administration degrees are from Georgia State University.