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King, Cook, Madhok appointed to HCA Orange Park Hospital Board

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Posted 2/1/24

ORANGE PARK – HCA Florida Orange Park Hospital appointed of three new board members on Jan. 25. The new board members are Sheriff Michelle Cook, attorney David King and Dr. Dinesh Madhok, Vice …

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King, Cook, Madhok appointed to HCA Orange Park Hospital Board


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ORANGE PARK – HCA Florida Orange Park Hospital appointed of three new board members on Jan. 25. The new board members are Sheriff Michelle Cook, attorney David King and Dr. Dinesh Madhok, Vice President of Borland Groover.

They will join current members Jeff Taylor, Orange Park Hospital’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Youssef Al-Saghir, LCRD and former Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll, Former Florida Commissioner of Education Jim Horne, Dr. Deevid Miller, Dr. Robert “Roland” Powers, Partner with Tight Lines’ Bridget Roberts, former Commanding Officer of NAS Jacksonville Adm. Jack Scorby Jr. and St. Johns River State College Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Strategic Communications Michelle Sjogren.

The board serves as the local governing body delegated with authority and responsibility to ensure quality medical care for the community. They also aid the medical staff and hospital administration in an advisory and oversight capacity. New board members are joining the hospital at a time of extensive growth and development. Over the past couple of years, the hospital has:

• Invested almost $250 million to expand capacity and elevate its services to meet the growing needs of its community.

• Completed the five-story, 96-bed East Tower expansion that houses state-of-the-art rooms for medical and surgical patients.

• And opened an additional 20-bed Intensive Care Unit.

Currently, the hospital is working on:

• Modernizing and expanding its Imaging assets

• Doubling the size of the Inpatient Rehabilitation unit

• Increasing its Cardiovascular Care capabilities

• Development of a graduate medical education Simulation Center

Orange Park Hospital is among America’s 100 Best Hospitals for 2024, according to new research released by Healthgrades, the leading resource consumers use to find a hospital or doctor. This achievement puts HCA Florida Orange Park Hospital in the top 2% of hospitals nationwide for overall clinical performance. The hospital is also among the top in the state in numerous key specialties. These achievements include second in the state for Critical Care, Neurosciences and Stroke Care, fourth for Gastrointestinal Care and fifth for Vascular Surgery.