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Meet the CEO of QuickVisit Urgent Care

Dustin Greene, CEO

Dustin joined QuickVisit at the company's founding in 2020 and transitioned to the role of CEO in January 2023.  Before leading QuickVisit, Greene spent 21 years with Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), the largest hospital company in the nation.  Greene led as a hospital executive for more than 15 years as a Chief Operating Officer at two hospitals and then as a hospital CEO for eight years. Most recently, Greene was the CEO of HCA's TriStar Skyline Medical Center, which is a two-campus, 400-bed tertiary medical center. It is amongst the largest in Middle Tennessee. 

While maintaining focus on people, quality, & culture, Greene has a track record of differentiated development and growth. He helped launch new services with more than $250M in capital deployment during his HCA career.  At Skyline, Greene was instrumental in developing an ACS verified trauma center (now provisionally designated as Level I). It was the first comprehensive stroke center in Tennessee and only the fourth in the nation. Most recently, the center launched comprehensive burn services. Greene also led the development of TriStar's air ambulance service, "TriStar SKYLife", transporting critical patients throughout a multi-state region for lifesaving care.  


Greene was named a 2014 Rising star and twice-named a national “Top 40 under 40” by Becker’s Healthcare.  He is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executes and is also a Certified Public Accountant.  Greene received his undergraduate degree from Samford University and a master's in business administration from Belmont University.   


Dustin and his wife of twenty-one years, Amy (an RN), live in Nashville with their three kids; Riley Kate, 20 (Clemson); Davis, 18 (University of Pennsylvania); and Ellie Rose, 16.

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