LITTLE ROCK - Kevin Cullinan of Little Rock was promoted to the position of vice president of ancillary and support services at CHI St. Vincent.
Cullinan has been with CHI St. Vincent since 2012 and was previously market director of orthopedics and perioperative services. As vice president of ancillary and support services, he will continue to oversee CHI St. Vincent's orthopedics program, perioperative services, respiratory therapy, rehab services, and patient access. In addition to continuing those responsibilities, with this promotion he now has operational oversight for imaging, clinical engineering, facilities, and security for CHI St. Vincent.
Earlier this year, Cullinan was named one of just 11 recipients of the prestigious "Tomorrow's Leaders" award from the Catholic Health Association. He is recognized as an expert in managing bundled payments for joint replacements and is a frequent speaker on the topic at events across the country.
He is a board member of the Arkansas Specialty Surgery Center and is on the advisory board for the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith master's in healthcare administration program.
Cullinan has a master's degree from Cornell University and a bachelor's degree from the University of Albany.