Pam Stoyanoff is an executive vice president and chief operating officer for Methodist Health System with operational accountability for information technology, materials management, quality, case management, health information management, and graduate medical education programs. Additionally, she leads cross-functional teams tasked with addressing several major initiatives associated with process and performance improvement in key system operational areas.
Prior to coming to Methodist, Stoyanoff served as the senior vice-president/chief financial officer for the five-hospital St. Vincent Health System in Little Rock, Arkansas. Her tenure also includes positions as vice-president of transformation and integration for Vista Health, and as controller/compliance officer and director of finance. A certified public accountant, Stoyanoff’s first post-graduate employment was as a senior auditor for Arthur Anderson.
Stoyanoff is a native of Chicago. She earned an MBA from the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management in Lake Forest, Illinois, and a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration/accounting from Valparaiso University in Indiana.
Stoyanoff was honored as one of the Dallas Business Journal’s 2010 Women in Business. In 2011, she was named among “56 Women Hospital & Health Care Leaders to Know” by Becker’s Hospital Review magazine. Stoyanoff was recognized as one of the North Dallas Corridor’s 2012 Top Female Executives by ADDISON Magazine and was included in Becker’s Hospital Review in the 2012 and 2013 lists of “Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know.”