Updated April 25, 10:35 a.m.

Shortly after naming its next CEO, St. David's Georgetown Hospital announced Dr. Eva Slavcheva as the facility's chief medical officer effective April 1.

She is replacing Dr. Jim Donovan, who announced his retirement at the same time as former CEO Hugh Brown. In the role, Slavcheva will be the primary liaison between hospital management and doctors, according to an April 25 press release from St. David's Georgetown Hospital.

Working within the St. David's HealthCare system for more than 10 years, Slavcheva was most recently the chair of St. David's Georgetown Hospital's Department of Medicine, among other roles, according to release. She has also worked at Baylor Scott & White in Marble Falls and Temple, and as an internist and hospitalist at Austin Diagnostic Clinic and Hospital Internists of Austin.

Slavcheva earned her doctor of medicine from the Medical University of Sofia in Bulgaria before completing her residency and starting her career in New York.

Posted April 25, 9:14 a.m.

St. David’s Georgetown Hospital selected Kyle Landry as its next chief executive officer, effective April 17, according to an April 24 press release from the hospital.

Landry, who has served in various leadership roles throughout the St. David’s HealthCare system since 2015, replaced Hugh Brown, who retired April 7.

“Kyle’s knowledge of our health care system, combined with his demonstrated success in managing hospital operations and building positive relationships with physicians, make him well equipped to take on this new role,” said David Huffstutler, president and CEO of St. David’s HealthCare, in the release.

Most recently, Landry worked as chief operating officer at St. David’s South Austin Medical Center where he oversaw that facility’s Level II trauma center and emergency department. He also expanded the hospital’s surgical services and helped launch a variety of programs related to breast cancer, the airways and the heart, according to the release.

With a master’s degree in health care administration from Trinity University in San Antonio, he started as an executive resident with St. David’s HealthCare, according to the release. He has also worked as vice president of operations at St. David’s Medical Center where he grew the stroke and neuroscience program and served as chief staffing officer.