John Antes was named president of Missouri Baptist Medical Center in March 2013. Consistently recognized among the top 5 percent of hospitals in the nation for clinical quality, Missouri Baptist is rated among top Missouri hospitals for cardiac surgery and cardiac care and is designated by the National Cancer Institute as one of 63 Community Clinical Oncology programs in the nation.
Antes joined BJC in 2005 and became president of BJC's hospitals in St. Charles County, Missouri – Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital and Progress West HealthCare Center -- serving one of the fastest-growing communities in the St. Louis metropolitan region. Previously, he served with MedCath Incorporated as president and CEO of the Heart Hospital of Milwaukee.
Antes holds a master’s degree in health administration from Washington University. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration at Memphis State University.
Timothy Ranney, MD, MBA, FAAFP
Vice President and Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Tim Ranney joined Missouri Baptist in June of 2010. He previously served as chief medical officer for Good Samaritan Health System, Kearney, Nebraska. While there, he completely revamped the quality program, including creating a quality scorecard that was adopted statewide. He served also as chair for the CHI Nebraska Quality Committee that initiated several leading practices and successfully implemented evidence-based practices and LEAN projects at all four Nebraska CHI hospitals.
Dr. Ranney received his medical degree from University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, in 1985, and completed his residency at Lincoln Medical Education Foundation. He received an MBA at the University of Nebraskas Executive MBA Program. Dr. Ranney is board-certified in family medicine and is a diplomate of the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Vice President of Program and Campus Development
Doug Black was named vice president of program and campus development in March 2006. He has responsibility for key service lines and implementation of the hospital's strategic campus plan. He previously served as the hospital's director of oncology and digestive disease services. Prior to joining Missouri Baptist, he was director of the Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Black received his MBA from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, and his bachelor's degree in physical therapy from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Vice President of Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness
Sandra Young joined Missouri Baptist in December 2010. She previously served as director of human resources and organizational effectiveness for Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Prior to that, Young held increasingly responsible Human Resources positions at Charter Communications in St. Louis, General Electric in New York and PepsiCo in a variety of locations including Texas, New York and California.
Young received her master's degree in global management from the University of Phoenix and her bachelor's degree in psychology from Iona College, New Rochelle, New York. Young also is certified in Six Sigma and Prosci Change Management Methodology and recently earned the Senior Professional in Human Resources distinction.
Vice President and Chief Nurse Executive
Tim Mislan joined Missouri Baptist Medical Center in March 2007. He previously served as vice president of Patient Care Services and chief nurse executive at Alton Memorial Hospital where he directed nursing care, pharmacy operations, case management, professional education, clinical information systems, regulatory compliance and process improvement. Prior to that, he served as clinical director of Patient Care Services at Christian Hospital.
He holds a master’s degree in biochemistry from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Oklahoma, Norman, and a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Bowling Green State University.
Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer
Tony Noronha joined Missouri Baptist Medical Center in March 2006. He previously served as chief financial officer for two health care systems and five different hospitals in California and the Midwest. His last position was at St. John’s Regional Medical Center, Joplin, Missouri. As chief financial officer, Noronha maximizes the Hospital’s assets to improve the health of the community.
Noronha holds a bachelor’s degree in business with an accounting concentration from San Francisco State University.
Vice President, Missouri Baptist Healthcare Foundation
Debra Victor joined the Hospital in January 1997. She works with donors from across the community to raise funds that support the hospital’s mission. She also oversees the hospital volunteers who provide a variety of important services.
Before joining Missouri Baptist Medical Center, Victor was director of Development for Major Gifts at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. She received her bachelor’s degree from DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana.