Ann Madden Rice is CEO of the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento. She is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and has experience in both academic and community medical centers.

Rice is the board vice-chair of Vizient.

As CEO, Rice oversees more than 8,000 employees at the medical center, an acute-care teaching hospital, medical clinics in 11 California communities, and extensive telemedicine and cancer care networks. The medical center serves 6 million residents in 33 counties in Northern and Central California.

Prior to joining UC Davis Medical Center, Rice was chief financial officer and chief operating officer for the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. She also has experience in community hospital settings as chief financial officer.

Rice is very involved in national, state and local health care and civic policy. She currently serves as California Hospital Association secretary/treasurer, Hospital Council of Northern and Central California chairperson, and University HealthSystem Consortium vice chairperson. She serves on the Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce Executive Committee and is the California Senate appointee on the California Health Facilities Financing Authority. She previously served on the American Hospital Association Region 9 Regional Policy Board and the California Association of Healthcare Leaders Board.

For three years running, beginning in 2012, Rice was named among Becker’s Hospital Review “Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know.” She also has received the Senior Level Healthcare Executive Award from the California Association of Healthcare Leaders, the Muncie Gold Merit Award from Healthcare Financial Management Association, and alumni awards from both Iowa State University and the University of Iowa.