LifeCare Hospitals Appoints New Senior Regional Vice President

December 22, 2008

PLANO, Texas, Dec. 22 /PRNewswire/ — LifeCare Holdings, Inc., today
announced that Greg Floyd will join the company in the role of senior vice
president of regional hospital operations for the 20-facility long term acute
care hospital system. Floyd is an accomplished clinical and hospital
operations leader.

Floyd’s nearly 25 years of experience includes executive management roles
at Select Medical Corporation and other long term acute care, rehabilitation
and short term acute care hospital organizations. Floyd joins LifeCare from
Select Medical, where he has held positions as a regional vice president over
19 hospitals and four states, as well as vice president/CEO of Select
Specialty Hospital in San Antonio. Floyd has also held CEO positions in
several other Select Hospitals, and clinical positions at Doctors Health Care
Center, a 325-bed long term care center, and Zale Lipshy University Hospital,
a 152-bed acute care teaching hospital, both in Dallas.

Floyd is recognized as a leader with strong physician, employee and
community relationships, as well as experience building and leading
multidisciplinary teams that deliver clinical and operational results.

“Greg’s experience in all aspects of long term acute care hospital
operations – from accreditation and compliance to revenue performance and
patient outcomes – will help our hospitals grow in efficiency and
effectiveness,” said Wayne McAlister, chairman and chief executive officer of
LifeCare Holdings, Inc.

Floyd earned a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts and an associate’s degree
in nursing (ADN) at Miami University in Ohio. He begins in the new role in
January 2009.

LifeCare Holdings, Inc., based in Plano, Texas, operates 20 long term
acute care hospitals located in 10 states. Long term acute care hospitals
specialize in the treatment of medically complex patients who require extended
hospitalization. For more information on LifeCare, visit

SOURCE LifeCare Holdings, Inc.

Source: newswire

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