Kevin Scoggin

Chief Executive Officer, Methodist Hospital Specialty and Transplant

Kevin Scoggin

Kevin Scoggin was appointed as Chief Executive Officer for Methodist Hospital Specialty and Transplant in 2021. Prior to joining Methodist Hospital Specialty and Transplant, Kevin served as the Chief Operating Officer for Methodist Children’s Hospital since 2019, after serving for three years as COO at St. David’s South Austin Medical Center.

During his tenure in Austin, Kevin served as the programmatic development lead for Oncology, Trauma and Cardiovascular services. He also provided executive-level leadership for the Cath Lab, Electrophysiology, Trauma, Imaging, Respiratory Therapy, Facility Operations, Pharmacy, Bone Marrow Transplant Operations and Physician and Provider Relations. In addition to his departmental and programmatic development responsibilities, Kevin also managed a number of projects including a $50-million emergency room and inpatient bed expansion.

Throughout his career, Kevin served in multiple leadership roles within HCA including COO at Summerville Medical Center near Charleston, South Carolina; Associate COO at Kingwood Medical Center near Houston, Texas; and Administrative Resident & Assistant Administrator at Oklahoma University Medical Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Pamela Guillory

Chief Nursing Officer, Methodist Hospital Specialty and Transplant

Pamela Guillory, MBA, BSN, joined Methodist Hospital Specialty and Transplant in 2021 as the Chief Nursing Officer, with 21 years of nursing experience.

Previously, she was the Chief Nursing Officer and Chief Operating Officer for Methodist Hospital Atascosa, formerly the South Texas Regional Medical Center in Jourdanton, Texas, until it was purchased by the Methodist Healthcare System in 2017.

Prior to her service in Jourdanton, Guillory was the Assistant Chief Nursing Officer for the Tomball Regional Medical Center in Tomball, Texas.

Guillory began her career as a staff nurse for Clear Lake Medical Center in Webster, Texas, where she was responsible for all aspects of patient care—from assessments, to evaluation, to coming up with a health care plan for patients.

JP Bartonico, MHA

Chief Operating Officer, Methodist Hospital Specialty and Transplant

JP Bartonico

JP Bartonico joined Methodist Hospital | Specialty and Transplant as the COO in 2016. In his role, JP is highly involved with the growth, transformation, and operation of the hospital. He provides executive-level leadership for surgical services, imaging departments, cath lab, pharmacy, respiratory therapy, and other support services and is responsible for the programmatic development of the colorectal, vascular, robotic, and cardiology service lines.

Under his leadership, the hospital has added 3 DaVinci Xi robots, installed a high-definition 196-slice CT scanner, and replaced the entire central utility plant. He is currently championing the addition of a 14-bed transplant ICU, expansion of its 14-bed inpatient rehabilitation unit, a new hybrid OR, and an $8 million exterior refresh of the hospital.

Prior to his current position, JP played an integral role in the opening of Methodist Hospital | Stone Oak, the acquisition of what is now Methodist Hospital | Texsan, and the $250 million expansion of Methodist Hospital and Methodist Children’s Hospital. He is also passionately involved with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, serving as the Vice Chair of the Governance Committee for the organization’s South Central chapter, and participates annually in the BikeMS 150-mile ride and fundraiser.

JP has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Emory University and a master’s degree in healthcare administration from Trinity University.

Joseph DeLeon

Chief Financial Officer, Methodist Hospital Specialty and Transplant

Zachary Johnson

Joseph DeLeon serves as Chief Financial Officer. He joined Methodist Hospital Specialty and Transplant in September 2022. Most recently, Joseph served as the Assistant Chief Financial Officer for Methodist Hospital and Methodist Children’s Hospital. Joseph has an extensive background in accounting and finance. He has been with the Methodist Healthcare System since 2009.

Joseph received his Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Texas at San Antonio, he obtained his Master of Business Administration from Texas A&M University, and completed the HCA Executive Development Program in 2018.