Bill Lee, MBA, MHA

Chief Executive Officer, Medical City Children’s Hospital

Bill LeeLee was named chief executive officer at Medical City Children's Hospital on May 1, 2017 and touts more that 25 years of healthcare experience.

Since 2010, he has served as Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, Georgia, a 604-bed combined adult and children’s hospital. Lee also serves as Chief Administrator for Willett Children’s Hospital of Savannah, where he led a $20 million capital campaign to design and build a new children’s hospital, to open in 2019.

Lee previously served as President and Executive Director of Children’s Health Network at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta for 10 years. Additionally, he held leadership positions within Hospital Corporation of America, including at Eastside Medical Center, and at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta.

He holds a Master of Health Administration and Master of Business Administration from Georgia State University, along with a Bachelor of Business Administration from Oglethorpe University in Atlanta.

Angie Buckmeier, MHA, BSN, RN

Chief Nursing Officer, Medical City Children's Hospital
Vice President of Nursing for Women’s & Children’s, 
Medical City Dallas Hospital & Medical City Children's Hospital

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Angie Buckmeier joined the senior leadership team at Medical City Children’s Hospital in 2015 to serve as the Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President of Nursing for Women’s & Children’s Services. With more than 26 years of nursing experience and 23 years at Medical City, Angie started her career as a pediatric staff nurse and progressed through a variety of leadership roles in pediatrics including the specialties of general pediatrics, oncology, craniofacial and well-baby newborn care. Angie also served in leadership roles for Women’s services as the manager of Postpartum and Director of Women’s Services. Prior to her current role, Angie served as Director of Nursing for maternal and infant services at Parkland Health and Hospital System.

Angie’s key accomplishments in her leadership roles include maintaining staff turnover under national benchmarks, achieving and maintaining the highest patient satisfaction scores in the organization, impressive quality improvement and outcomes in CLABSI, falls, and exclusive breastfeeding, among others.

Angie received her Master of Healthcare Administration degree from University of Phoenix, her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from University of Louisiana at Monroe, and was named a 2010 DFW Great 100 Nurse. Angie is married and has two sons.