John Peel has more than 27 years’ experience in the healthcare services industry delivering solutions to hospital boards, senior hospital executives, physicians, and the communities they serve. As a senior advisor to healthcare institutions, he has provided guidance on achieving sustainable growth in quality, patient volumes, and operating income.

Throughout his career, John has applied client-centered, needs-based assessments to the challenges faced by his healthcare clients and has developed training protocols and field training for the solution providers who served them. Mr. Peel joined Stroudwater from Quorum Health Resources, the nation’s largest hospital management company, where he served as Vice President of Business Development, responsible for building client relationships with and delivering strategic resources to independent not-for-profit hospitals. Before joining Quorum, Mr. Peel was a client-relationship manager for respected national providers of consulting, management, software, supply, and pharmaceutical delivery systems for hospitals, physicians, surgery departments, and skilled nursing facilities. He was consistently recognized as a top client relationship performer for these providers, one of which selected John as its top medical representative in North America.


Representative Accomplishments

John’s recent work for clients has included the following:

  • Worked to facilitate the successful merger of a 30 million dollar net revenue rural East Texas hospital with a Texas based regional non-profit health system
  • Helped to coordinate the successful affiliation of a 60 million dollar net revenue rural Virginia hospital with a large regional health system in Virginia
  • Helped a South Carolina county save their hospital from closure by using strategic analysis, developing options, and tactical implementation of the course of action
  • Recently advised a large physicians clinic regarding needs assessment and strategic options

Mr. Peel received his undergraduate degree from the University of Mississippi, where he played football in the competitive SEC and was elected team captain. When the university celebrated the 100th Anniversary of Ole Miss football, it nominated John to its Team of the Century.