President & CEO
Memorial Hermann Health System
Dan Wolterman joined Memorial
Hermann Health System in 1999 and was named President and CEO in 2002. Before joining Memorial Hermann, he was
Senior Vice President of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word Health
Care System. Mr. Wolterman earned a B.S.
degree in Business Administration in 1979 and a M.B.A. in Finance in 1980 from
the University of Cincinnati and a Masters Degree in Healthcare
Administration from Xavier
University in 1982.
He has over 30 years experience in the
healthcare industry and a long history of community involvement. Mr. Wolterman has served as chairman of
numerous organizations, including: the Greater Houston Partnership, Texas
Hospital Association Board of Directors and Voluntary Hospitals of America –
Texas Board of Directors and the 2011 National Senior Games. Presently, he
serves as immediate past chairman of the American Heart Association, Houston
Region. He also serves on the Joint Commission’s Center for Transforming
Healthcare Leadership Advisory Council and he continues to serve on the Greater
Houston Partnership Board of Directors, the Texas Hospital Association Board
and Voluntary Hospitals of America.
In addition to his role as
President and CEO of Memorial Hermann and serving on numerous city, state and
national committees, Mr. Wolterman is also an Adjunct Professor at The University of Texas School of Public Health. He is a Fellow
of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Wolterman has received numerous recognitions. Those received most recently include: Texas Hospital Association’s 2012
Earl M. Collier Award; AHA Grassroots Champion Award – American Hospital
Association and the Texas Hospital Association, presented in Washington, D.C.;
Health Access Texas Public Health Award, for a leader who has a strong belief
in prevention and better access to healthcare; the InterFaith Care Partners Sustaining Presence Award, for activities that constitute an exemplary
contribution to the creation of caring communities; Xavier University Distinguished Alumni Award and a recipient of Community Partner’s Father of the
Year Award. In addition, he was named one of the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare magazine every
year since 2007.