President/Chief Executive Officer
Anthony Stahl, Ph.D., has been named chief executive officer for CTMC in San Marcos, Texas, effective October 5, 2015. Stahl began his health care management career in 2006 as HR and Marketing Director at Frank R. Howard Memorial Hospital in California. He joined AdventHealth’s Florida Hospital Heartland Division in 2010 as executive director of HR and organizational development and was promoted to vice president of support and ancillary services in 2011. In 2012, he took a position as administrator for Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center-Lake Placid and vice president for the Florida Hospital Heartland Sebring and Wauchula campuses.
Prior to joining health care, Stahl served in various roles, including executive director and bureau chief for Adventist Disaster Relief Agency (ADRA) in Maryland, Nicaragua and Peru. He holds a doctorate in leadership, a Master of Science in administration from Andrews University and a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Walla Walla College. Stahl is a fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives, as well as a member of the Society for Human Resources Management and the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration. His hobbies include playing basketball and racquetball and traveling with his wife of 21 years, Karina, and their two teenage sons.
Vice President/Chief Financial Officer
Vice President/Chief Nursing Officer
Lee Johannsen, MD
Vice President/Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Lee Johannsen is Chief Medical Officer at Central Texas Medical Center. He has served as an emergency medicine physician at CTMC since 2009 and has worked in many leadership roles on the medical staff, including chief of staff in 2012 and medical director of the Emergency Department for six years.
Dr. Johannsen was raised in a farming family in Iowa before earning his undergraduate degree from Drake University. He completed medical school at the University of Iowa and performed his residency in emergency medicine at the University of Florida. His previous emergency medicine experience includes work in the U.S. Army, El Paso and Austin. He and his wife Gianna have 2 sons. They enjoy ranching, camping, hunting and following University of Iowa athletics.