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Wesley welcomes new chief operating officer

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Hattiesburg – Wesley Medical Center welcomes Barry Moss as its new Chief Operating Officer.

Moss comes to Wesley Medical Center from Flowers Hospital in Dothan, Alabama, where he has served as Assistant Chief Executive Officer since 2011.  He also worked for five years as Vice President of Professional Services at Flowers Hospital. 

Moss received both his Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Health Administration from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.  He received his undergraduate degree from Birmingham Southern College.  In 2013, Moss was recognized as one of Dothan Magazine's Top 40 Under 40 and was named by Business Alabama as a 2013 Young Mover and Shaper.

About Wesley Medical Center

Wesley Medical Center is committed to providing superior care to the Pine Belt and has been recognized for patient safety and top performance on key quality measures. Wesley is the area's first and only accredited Chest Pain Center and is the only area hospital to be accredited for Heart Failure care. For more information, call 601-268-8000 or visit Wesley.com.

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