Ed Hubel, FACHE

Hospital President, Baptist Medical Center Clay

Ed Hubel, FACHE Biography and Information

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Ed Hubel, FACHE, is hospital president for Baptist Medical Center Clay. Prior to that, he was president of Baptist Medical Center Nassau for seven years. Under Hubel’s leadership, Baptist Nassau has received an 'A' rating in patient safety eight consecutive times and was named a “Top Hospital” by the Leapfrog Group. Hubel received the highest service designation, the ACHE Service Award, from the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Hubel has been with Baptist Health since 1996 and previously served as assistant administrator of operations, administrator of surgical services, director of patient care operations, and service-line lead for Baptist Health Orthopedics. Prior to health care, he was in the aviation industry.

Hubel is board-certified and a fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration from Columbia Southern University. He is also a fellow of the Advisory Board.

Hubel serves on the following community boards: Clay County Chamber of Commerce; Bring Your Brokenness; and the Health Planning Board (NE Florida). He is a mentor for the Boys and Girls Club and also serves as a mentor for future health care leaders through the American College of Healthcare Executives and local college and health organizations.

He and his wife, Kristie, reside in Fleming Island. He has a passion for servant leadership, his faith and his community. For work-life balance, he enjoys fishing, music, sports and journaling.