Vice President of Growth and Marketing
Dana Haynie is the Vice President of Growth and Marketing for Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) at Southwestern Regional Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Ms. Haynie oversees Growth and Marketing at CTCA® in Tulsa, which includes the Communications, Physician Relations, Advertising, Employer Relations, Public Affairs, Key Market Development, Community Outreach, Loyalty and all other marketing-related areas for the hospital. She also oversees Guest Services and the Patient Experience team.
Ms. Haynie’s leadership has created integration across these disciplines and meaningful communication of the clinical innovations found at the Tulsa location, while also leading considerable growth in the region. In 2017, she was named to a list of "rising star" health care leaders under the age of 40 by national hospital business news and analysis publication Becker's Hospital Review.
Ms. Haynie graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Oklahoma State University with a major in marketing and minors in finance and management. Prior to joining CTCA, Ms. Haynie was employed with the corporate headquarters of Fossil Inc. in Dallas, Texas, where she served in several roles including Senior Merchandise Planner, Marketing and Training Coordinator and Brand Representative.
Ms. Haynie is passionate about the community and serves in several leadership roles. She is currently on the American Heart Association Board of Directors and Tulsa Area United Way Women’s Leadership Council Steering Committee, and graduated from Leadership Tulsa Class 55. She has participated as a volunteer for many organizations, including The Little Light House, Junior Achievement of Oklahoma®, Susan G. Komen® Tulsa, Tulsa Regional Chamber, and several other non-profit organizations. She also previously served on the American Lung Association® Leadership Council in Tulsa. Ms. Haynie is an active member of her local church. She and her husband, Ryan, are proud parents of sons, Harrison and Turner.