Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center
Methodist Women's Hospital
Methodist Physicians Clinic
Methodist Physicians Clinic Women's Center
Steve Goeser was named president and chief executive officer of Methodist Health System in 2018. He joined Methodist Hospital in June 2004 as vice president and oversaw the hospital’s home health program, Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center and the departments of Pastoral Services, Volunteers in Partnership (VIP), medical records, transcription and referral communications, as well as the hospital and state tumor registries.
In 2007, Goeser was promoted to president and chief executive officer of Methodist Hospital. During his tenure, he was instrumental in the planning and construction of The Pathology Building-Schenken Pavilion and Methodist Women’s Hospital, as well as Methodist Hospital’s $90 million surgery renovation and expansion project.
Prior to joining Methodist Hospital, Goeser served as the chief executive officer of Myrtue Memorial Hospital, the Shelby County Medical Corporation and the Prairie Rose Mental Health Center in Harlan, Iowa. He had previously been administrator and chief executive officer at Orange City Municipal Hospital and Medical Clinic in Orange City, Iowa.
Goeser earned his bachelor’s degree at Creighton University and his Master of Business Administration in health care administration from City University in Bellevue, Washington.