Karen Hart Huey
Karen Hart Huey, a graduate of Texas A&M University, has served
in various facilities planning positions, Memorial Hermann Hospital, Texas
Children’s Hospital and M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston before joining
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (WFBMC) in 1997.
She began her time in the department of facilities
planning and construction as a project manager for eight years before being
promoted to the director of planning. In October 2006, she served as
interim vice president, while simultaneously holding her role as director.
Huey was announced as the facilities planning and
construction vice president in January 2009 and acquired the property
management and operations department in September 2009.
In April 2010 Huey acquired the facility services
departments for the hospital and school, which consisted of clinical/biomedical
equipment, engineering, environmental services and laundry/linen management.
After she acquired the facility services departments,
engineering was created as a separate department. Huey has since acquired the
environmental health and safety, security and parking departments, and has been
renamed vice president of facilities.
Huey has been involved in many major projects at WFBMC
over the past 19 years, including the Davie County Hospital, the Comprehensive
Cancer Center, Medical Plaza-Clemmons, Medical Plaza-Country Club, Bowman Gray
School of Medicine and collaborative efforts with projects in the Wake Forest
Huey is a board member with the Downtown Winston-Salem
Partnership and has been a member of the International Facilities Management
Association since 1991.
The Triad Business
Journal awarded Huey as one of the Triad’s Women in Business in April 2013.