Charles T. Hall, MSN, MBA
Chief Executive Officer
Island Hospital Chief Executive Officer Charles T. Hall has nearly a quarter century of progressive operational experience leading healthcare organizations in creating new services, expanding and upgrading existing programs and delivering high-quality, evidence-based care.
Hall brings considerable experience as a healthcare executive and an executive officer. Before his civilian career, Hall served in the U.S. Navy from 1994 to 2010, in which he served as a hospital corpsman, nurse and commissioned officer.
For the past five years, Hall has held executive positions with Community Health Systems (CHS), an organization that operates 102 hospitals in 18 states. As the interim market CEO for two AllianceHealth hospitals in Oklahoma he led AllianceHealth Durant, an acute-care, 148-bed, medical/academic/trauma facility; and Madill, a 25-bed critical-access hospital.
Prior to AllianceHealth – from 2016 to 2019 – Hall served administrator roles as assistant chief executive officer for two Arkansas-located facilities of Northwest (NW) Health Systems: NW Medical Center in Springdale and NW Physicians Specialty Center in Fayetteville.
From 2014 to 2016, he served as the assistant chief nursing officer at College Station Medical Center in College Station, TX, after serving more than six years as director of emergency services and leading acute-care programs in the Seattle area and Texas.
Hall earned two Master’s degrees in 2008 from Johns Hopkins University in business administration and health systems management. In 2002, he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Washington State University, Pullman, WA.
In 2014, Hall earned the Dallas Fort Worth Great 100 Nurse Award, the HCA NTXD Emergency Services Mentorship Award in 2013 and the HCA NTX Division Most Improved Throughput Award in 2012. He served as the President of Georgetown University’s Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society, and is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the Texas Organization of Nurse Executives and American Nurses Association.
He is married with three children and his family looks forward to living in Anacortes and enjoying the outdoor activities of the Pacific Northwest.