Blake Sims, a skilled and accomplished healthcare professional, has studied at top-level universities, including the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Texas Christian University. Sims has a bachelor's degree in journalism, which helped him launch his career in photography-interning with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram before working for publications such as Southern Living Magazine and Natchez Democrat. Sims decided to change career paths and pursue a career in healthcare administration, earning a master's degree in healthcare administration and business administration from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
With years of healthcare experience, Sims has worked in various roles, including administrative director for patient access services, director of operations, and associate administrator at CHI St. Luke's Health. He then served as a special assistant to the health system president and the chief executive officer. Additionally, he worked as the chief executive officer at Northern Colorado Long Term Acute Hospital, where he managed the hospital's day-to-day operations.
Sims's extensive background in healthcare, coupled with his acute management skills, has allowed him to achieve substantial success in the industry. His expertise in patient access and revenue cycle has made him a sought-after professional in the industry. He is passionate about providing quality care for patients and maintains an excellent track record in hospital management.