130 Nonprofit Hospital and Health System CEOs to Know

THINKSTOCKDoctorChartMedicalHospitalHealthCar315*304Becker’s Hospital Review has named the following hospital and health system leaders to its list of “130 Nonprofit Hospital and Health System CEOs to Know.” These men and women are named to the list based on their experience and achievements in the healthcare industry, as well as their professional involvement in the communities they serve. The nonprofit hospitals and health systems these individuals lead are recognized as some of the nation’s top healthcare organizations in terms of clinical and financial performance.

Note: This list is not an endorsement of included hospitals, health systems or associated healthcare providers, and organizations cannot pay for inclusion on this list. CEOs are presented in alphabetical order.

Nancy Howell Agee. President and CEO of Carilion Clinic (Roanoke, Va.). Ms. Agee has served as president and CEO of Carilion Clinic since June 2011. She began her healthcare career as a nurse at Carilion Clinic. Over the years, she has also served as the organization’s vice president, executive vice president and COO, a position she held until being named CEO.

Joel T. Allison. President and CEO of Baylor Health Care System (Dallas). Mr. Allison’s healthcare career spans more than three decades. He joined Baylor Health Care System in 1993 and was named president and CEO in 2000. He served as Baylor’s senior executive vice president and COO before his promotion to the CEO role. Mr. Allison also serves on the Healthcare Leadership Council and The Joint Commission’s Board of Commissioners.

Richard A. Anderson. President and CEO of St. Luke’s Hospital & Health Network (Bethlehem, Pa.). Since 1985, Mr. Anderson has served as president and CEO of St. Luke’s Hospital and Health Network. He oversees a health network that provides care at more than 150 locations and includes around 1,300 physicians. He was appointed to the Board of Visitors of Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia in 2009.

Barry Arbuckle, PhD. President and CEO of MemorialCare Health System (Long Beach, Calif.). As president and CEO, Dr. Arbuckle oversees the six-hospital integrated delivery system, which has more than 200 locations in Los Angeles and Orange counties. He is a member of the Healthcare Leadership Council in Washington. He is also a past chair of the California Hospital Association.

Carl Armato. President and CEO of Novant Health (Winston-Salem, N.C.). Mr. Armato joined Novant in 1998 as vice president of finance and operations for the physician divisions in both Charlotte, N.C., and Winston-Salem, N.C. In 2012, he was named president and CEO of Novant Health. Before joining Novant, Mr. Armato served as vice president of operations for First Care Physicians and director of finance for General Health System in Baton Rouge, La.

David Bernd. CEO of Sentara Healthcare (Norfolk, Va.). Mr. Bernd has served as president and CEO of the 10-hospital health system since December 1994. Before his CEO appointment, he served in a number of leadership roles, including executive vice president and COO of Sentara Health System (now Sentara Healthcare) and president of Sentara Hospitals-Norfolk.

Marc Boom, MD, MBA. President and CEO of The Methodist Hospital System (Houston). Dr. Boom was appointed president and CEO of The Methodist Health System in January 2012. Prior to his appointment, he served as executive vice president of the hospital. He has also held roles as president and CEO of The Methodist Diagnostic Hospital and president, CEO and medical director of Baylor-Methodist Primary Care Associates, a network of primary care physicians.

Marna P. Borgstrom. President and CEO of Yale-New Haven (Conn.) Hospital. Ms. Borgstrom joined Yale-New Haven Hospital in 1979, and she has held several positions of responsibility since. She was named president and CEO of the hospital in 2005. She serves on a number of local and national boards, including the Association of American Medical Colleges and the Connecticut Hospital Association, where she is the immediate past chairman of the board of trustees.

Richard C. Breon. President and CEO of Spectrum Health System (Grand Rapids, Mich.). With 35 years of healthcare administration experience under his belt, Mr. Breon oversees Spectrum Health, which includes nine hospitals, roughly 750 employed providers and a health plan with approximately 600,000 members. He was appointed president and CEO in 2000. Previously, Mr. Breon served as president and CEO of St. Mary’s Hospital and Medical Center in Evansville, Ind., and of Mercy Hospital in Iowa City, Iowa.

Stanley Brezenoff. President and CEO of Continuum Health Partners (New York City). Mr. Brezenoff was named president and CEO of Continuum Health Partners in 2003. Prior to that, for eight years he was president and CEO of Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. He also served as senior program advisor for the Commonwealth Fund and as the executive director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. From 1981 to 1984, Mr. Brezenoff was president of the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation.

Lynn Britton. President and CEO of Mercy (St. Louis). Mr. Britton has been with Mercy for more than 18 years and was appointed president and CEO in 2009. He also served as senior vice president of Mercy from 2004 to 2009 and vice president of Mercy’s supply chain operating division from 2000 to 2004. Prior to that, he was executive director of materials management for St. John’s Mercy Health Care in St. Louis.

Kevin Brown. President and CEO of Piedmont Healthcare (Atlanta). Mr. Brown was named president and CEO of Piedmont, a five-hospital health system, in May 2013. Before then he served as CEO of Swedish Health Services in Seattle. He previously served as chief strategic officer of Swedish.

Catherine Buck, RN. President of Froedtert Hospital (Milwaukee). Ms. Buck was chosen to lead the hospital in 2010, prior to which she served as executive vice president and COO. She joined Froedtert in 1982, and before that she worked as a staff nurse in Chicago at Swedish Covenant Hospital, Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s and the University of Chicago Medical Center.

Jim Burkhart. President and CEO of Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital. Mr. Burkhart replaced retiring CEO Ron Hytoff and took over Tampa General Hospital in March 2013. Prior to his appointment at Tampa General, Mr. Burkhart was president and CEO of Shands Jacksonville (Fla.) Medical Center. He also served as president and principal of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Endeavor Health Group, an executive healthcare management consulting firm.

Vincent Capece, Jr. President and CEO of Middlesex Hospital (Middletown, Conn.). Mr. Capece has been with Middlesex Hospital since 1998 and has held a number of executive positions since then, including senior vice president and COO, senior vice president of finance and operations, and vice president of finance and CFO. A certified public accountant, Mr. Capece served as the director of accounting at Bridgeport (Conn.) Hospital before joining Middlesex Hospital.

Robert G. Carmen. President and CEO of Adventist Health (Roseville, Calif.). Mr. Carmen assumed his current position in 2007, after serving as executive vice president of the health system since 1999. He has more than four decades of healthcare experience, and has held various leadership positions at Adventist Health facilities. He has served as president of White Memorial Medical Center in Los Angeles and of Glendale (Calif.) Adventist Medical Center.

Alan H. Channing. President and CEO of Sinai Health System (Chicago). Mr. Channing has held the position of president and CEO at Sinai Health System since 2004. He has more than 30 years of experience in healthcare administration, which includes the time he spent as CEO of St. Vincent Charity Medical Center and Saint Luke’s Medical Center in Cleveland.

Patrick Christiansen, PhD. CEO of Inova Fairfax Hospital (Falls Church, Va.). As CEO of Inova Fairfax Medical Campus, Mr. Christiansen leads the campus’ four hospitals — Inova Fairfax Hospital, Inova Women’s Hospital, Inova Children’s Hospital and Inova Heart and Vascular Institute. He is also an executive vice president of Falls Church, Va.-based Inova Health System. Previously, Mr. Christiansen served as COO of Inova Fairfax Medical Campus and administrator of Inova Heart and Vascular Institute.

Michael D. Connelly, MA, JD. President and CEO of Catholic Health Partners (Cincinnati). Since 1995, Mr. Connelly has held the position of president and CEO of Catholic Health Partners. Prior to joining the health system, he served as regional executive and CEO of Daughters of Charity National Health System-West in Los Altos Hills, Calif. He currently serves as the chair of Catholic Medical Mission Board in New York.

Craig Cordola. CEO of Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center (Houston). Mr. Cordola was named CEO of Memorial Herman-Texas Medical Center in 2010, following a seven-year tenure as assistant vice president and then CEO of Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston. Before joining Memorial Hermann, he served as a director of operations for Texas Children’s Pediatric Associates and Texas Children’s Hospital, both in Houston.

Steven J. Corwin, MD. CEO of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital (New York City). Dr. Corwin succeeded Dr. Herbert Pardes as CEO of NewYork Presbyterian in 2011. Prior to that, he served as executive vice president and COO of the health system, a position he had held since 2005. He joined the health system in 1991 and has also been chief medical officer at NewYork Presbyterian.

Delos “Toby” Cosgrove, MD. President and CEO of Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Cosgrove joined Cleveland Clinic in 1975 and was named president and CEO in 2004. He formerly served as chairman of the Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery and has been a surgeon in the U.S. Air Force. He served in Vietnam as the chief of U.S. Air Force Casualty Staging Flight and was awarded the Bronze Star and the Republic of Vietnam Commendation Medal. Dr. Cosgrove is also an innovator, as he has filed 30 patents for medical and clinical products.

Kenneth L. Davis, MD. President and CEO of The Mount Sinai Medical Center (New York City). Dr. Davis served as chair of Mount Sinai’s department of psychiatry for 15 years before being appointed president and CEO in 2003. In addition to his role as CEO, Dr. Davis was the dean of Mount Sinai School of Medicine from 2003 to 2007. He also served as president of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology in 2006 and was elected to the Institute of Medicine, the health arm of the National Academy of Sciences in 2002.

Lloyd H. Dean. President and CEO of Dignity Health (San Francisco). Mr. Dean has more than 20 years of experience in healthcare operations and leadership, and has served as president and CEO of Dignity Health, previously known as Catholic Healthcare West, since 2000. Prior to that, he served as executive vice president and COO of Downers Grove, Ill.-based Advocate Health Care.

Marcia Dial. CEO of Scotland County Hospital (Memphis, Mo.). Ms. Dial has served as CEO of Scotland County Hospital since 1988, starting her career at the hospital as part of its accounting staff. In addition to her CEO role, she serves on various rural healthcare boards and committees, including the Missouri Hospital Association, the Missouri Association of Rural Health Clinics and the Missouri Rural Health Association.

Eric W. Dickson, MD. President and CEO of UMass Memorial Health Care (Worcester, Mass.). Dr. Dickson took over the positions of president and CEO of UMass Memorial in 2013, succeeding John O’Brien. He previously served as president of UMass Memorial Medical Group and senior associate dean at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr. Dickson has also served in the U.S. Army Reserve as a combat medic and respiratory therapist.

Michael J. Dowling. President and CEO of North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System (Great Neck, N.Y.). Mr. Dowling has served as president and CEO of North Shore-LIJ since 2002. He previously served as the health system’s executive vice president and COO. Mr. Dowling also spent several years as state director of Health, Education and Human Services and deputy secretary to the governor. In 2012, he received the 2012 B’nai B’rith National Healthcare Award, an accolade that recognizes outstanding healthcare leaders. The award is in its 30th year.

Victor J. Dzau, MD. President and CEO of Duke University Health System (Durham, N.C.). Dr. Dzau was appointed chancellor for health affairs at Duke University and president and CEO of the Duke University Health System in 2004. Prior to joining Duke, he was the Hersey Professor of the Theory and Practice of Physic (Medicine) at Harvard Medical School. He has also held the positions of chairman of the Department of Medicine, and physician-in-chief and director of research at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.

Elmer G. Ellis. President and CEO of East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System (Tyler, Texas). As president and CEO, Mr. Ellis oversees the administration of ETMC Regional Healthcare. The East Texas Medical Center Tyler named its new emergency center the Elmer G. Ellis Trauma Center in 2011 to celebrate Mr. Ellis’ leadership and dedication. He has also received the Earl M. Collier Award for Distinguished Health Care Administration from the Texas Hospital Association.

Daniel F. Evans, Jr. President and CEO of Indiana University Health (Indianapolis). Since 2002, Mr. Evans has served as president and CEO of IU Health. He has been active on the board of directors of the health system since the organization’s inception in 1997. He served as chairman of the board from 2000 to 2002. Mr. Evans is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Ruthita J. Fike, MA. CEO and Administrator of Loma Linda (Calif.). University Medical Center. Ms. Fike assumed her responsibilities as CEO and administrator of the medical center in 2004. Prior to that, she served as executive vice president of operations and support services for Centura Health in Englewood, Colo. She has also been CEO of Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver and Littleton (Colo.) Adventist Hospital.

John J. Finan. President and CEO of Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System (Baton Rouge, La.). Mr. Finan serves as president and CEO of the health system and has more than 30 years of experience in healthcare leadership. He serves on the board of trustees of the Catholic Health Association. He has also chaired the Medicaid Reform Task Force of the Louisiana Hospital Association.

Peter S. Fine. President and CEO of Banner Health (Phoenix). Mr. Fine assumed the responsibilities of his current position in November 2000. Previously, he served as executive vice president and COO of Milwaukee-based Aurora Health Care. Before joining Aurora, Mr. Fine served in a number of leadership positions, including senior vice president of operations at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. In 2010, he received the Most Admired CEO Award from Phoenix Business Journal.

Barry R. Freedman. President and CEO of Einstein Healthcare Network (Philadelphia). As president and CEO, Mr. Freedman leads a network of more than 7,200 employees. He assumed his current position in 2003, prior to which he served as COO and then interim CEO of Mount Sinai NYU Health in New York City. In 2012, he was named CEO of the Year by Philadelphia Business Journal.

Patrick Fry. President and CEO of Sutter Health (Sacramento, Calif.). Mr Fry joined Sutter Health as an administrative resident at Sutter General Hospital in Sacramento in 1982. He held positions of increasing administrative responsibility over the years, until he was named president and CEO in 2005. Prior to that, he was executive vice president and COO of the health system. Mr. Fry is also the past chair of the California Hospital Association board of directors.

Teri Fontenot. President and CEO of Woman’s Hospital (Baton Rouge, La.). As president and CEO, Ms. Fontenot oversees the 350-bed, level III regional referral hospital for obstetrics, newborn care and women’s cancer care. She is the chair of the American Hospital Association board of trustees and has chaired the Chief Executive Officers Committee of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Robert C. Garrett. President and CEO of Hackensack (N.J.) University Health Network. Mr. Garrett has served as president and CEO of Hackensack University Health Network and Hackensack University Medical Center since 2009. He joined the system in 1981 and prior to assuming his current position, he served as COO and executive vice president. In 2012, he was ranked the second most powerful business leader in New Jersey by the publication NJBIZ.

Timothy M. Goldfarb. CEO of Shands HealthCare (Gainesville, Fla.). Mr. Goldfarb joined Shands Healthcare as CEO in 2001, prior to which he served as director of the University Hospital and Health Care Systems at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland. He is a member of the Florida Hospital Association and served as its chair from 2007 to 2008. He also serves on the executive board of the National Association of Public Hospitals.

Steven Goldstein. President and CEO of Strong Memorial Hospital (Rochester, N.Y.). Mr. Goldstein directs all aspects of Strong Memorial Hospital’s operations as well as managed care activities at Strong and the University of Rochester Medical Center’s affiliates. In 2009, Mr. Goldstein became part of the American Hospital Association’s 27-member board of trustees. He previously held leadership positions at The Children’s Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio, and the University of Nebraska Hospitals and Clinics in Omaha.

Larry J. Goodman, MD. CEO of Rush University Medical Center (Chicago). Dr. Goodman has been CEO of Rush since 2002. He also serves as president of Rush University, president of the Rush System for Health and principal officer of the Rush Board of Trustees. He previously served as senior vice president for medical affairs at Rush and the Henry R. Russe Dean of Rush Medical College. Previously, he served as a site survey team member for the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, which accredits medical schools.

Gary L. Gottlieb, MD, MBA. President and CEO of Partners HealthCare (Boston). Dr. Gottlieb assumed the position of president and CEO of Partners HealthCare in 2010. He has served in other leadership roles at Partners, including president of Brigham and Women’s/Faulkner Hospitals. He joined Partners in 1998 as the first chairman of Partners Psychiatry. He served as co-chair of Mayor Thomas Menino’s taskforce to eliminate health disparities in 2004-2005.

Robert I. Grossman, MD. Dean and CEO of New York University Langone Medical Center (New York City). Dr. Grossman assumed his current positions of responsibility in 2007. As dean and CEO of NYU Langone Medical Center, he leads both NYU School of Medicine and NYU Hospitals Center. He joined NYU in 2001, prior to which he had served in a number of positions at Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.

Jesse Peterson Hall. President of NorthShore Highland Park (Ill.) Hospital. Mr. Hall is president of the hospital and joined NorthShore as senior vice president of Evanston (Ill.) Hospital in 2002. Before coming to NorthShore, he served in various administrative roles at Geisinger Health System in Danville, Pa., and Memorial Health Services in Long Beach, Calif.

George C. Halvorson. Chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente (Oakland, Calif.). Since 2002, Mr. Halvorson has served as chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente. Previously, he was president and CEO of Minneapolis-based HealthPartners. He has more than 30 years of experience in healthcare management, and he has also worked on the payer side in senior management positions with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota. He serves on the board for the National Committee for Quality Assurance.

Dean M. Harrison. President and CEO of Northwestern Memorial HealthCare (Chicago). Since 2002, Mr. Harrison has served as president and CEO of Northwestern Memorial HealthCare, which is the parent company of Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Prior to joining the health system in 1998, he was president and COO of the University of Chicago Health System. Mr. Harrison received the National Healthcare Award from B’nai B’rith International in 2008.

Robert J. Henkel. President and CEO of Ascension Health (St. Louis). Mr. Henkel has served as president and CEO of Ascension Health since January 2012, before which he was president of healthcare operations and COO. Previously, he served as president of the Great Lakes and Mid-Atlantic States Operating Group at Ascension Health. Mr. Henkel has held executive positions in a number of healthcare organizations, including Daughters of Charity National Health System in St. Louis and Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx in New York.

Leslie Hirsch. President and CEO of Saint Clare’s Health System (Denville, N.J.). Mr. Hirsch assumed his current position as president and CEO of the health system in 2008. He previously served as president and CEO of Touro Infirmary in New Orleans. He has more than 30 years of healthcare administration experience and has served as president and CEO of Exempla St. Joseph Hospital in Denver and Cooper Health System in Camden, N.J.

Rod Hochman, MD. President and CEO of Providence Health & Services (Renton, Wash.). Dr. Hochman began his role as president and CEO of Providence Health & Services, in July 2013 after John Koster, MD, announced his retirement. He previously served as group president for Providence. Before joining Providence, Dr. Hochman was president and CEO of Swedish Health Services in Seattle.

Lars Houmann. President and CEO of Florida Hospital and Florida Division of Adventist Health System (Orlando). Mr. Houmann serves as president and CEO of Florida Hospital and the Florida Division of Adventist Health System, which includes 22 hospitals. Prior to that, he served as executive vice president and COO of Florida Hospital. He is also a member of the Florida Hospital Association board of directors.

Keith A. Hovan. President and CEO of Southcoast Health System (New Bedford, Mass.). Mr. Hovan joined Southcoast Hospitals Group in June 2008 and became president of Southcoast Health System in 2010. He added CEO to his title in 2011. He served as executive vice president and COO of Danbury (Conn.) Hospital before joining Southcoast. Previously, he also served as vice president of clinical services at Montefiore Medical Center the Bronx in New York.

Donald L. Jernigan, PhD. President and CEO of Adventist Health System (Altamonte Springs, Fla.). Prior to becoming president and CEO of Adventist Health System, Dr. Jernigan held a number of leadership positions at Adventist, including executive vice president of Adventist Health System and CEO of Florida Hospital and the Florida Division of Adventist Health System. He is a diplomate of the American College of Healthcare Executives and chairman of the board of Florida Hospital.

Jeffrey A. Johnston. President of Mercy Hospital St. Louis. Since 2011, Mr. Johnston has served as president of Mercy Hospital St. Louis. He has served in a number of leadership roles within the Mercy system, including president of Mercy Hospital Fort Smith (Ark.), senior vice president-operations for Mercy Hospital Ardmore (Okla.) and COO for Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City.

Stephen K. Jones. President and CEO of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Health System (New Brunswick, N.J.). Mr. Jones assumed his current position in 2007, prior to which he served as interim president and CEO for a year. He previously served as senior vice president of operations for the hospital. He has 30 years of healthcare management experience and has held leadership positions outside of RWJU Hospital, including assistant director at Somerset Medical Center in Somerville, N.J.

Larry R. Kaiser, MD. President and CEO of Temple University Health System (Philadelphia). Dr. Kaiser is president and CEO of Temple University Health System, dean of Temple University School of Medicine and senior executive vice president for the health sciences. Before joining Temple, he served as president and the Alkek-Williams Chair of The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. He is also a thoracic surgeon and researcher.

Gary S. Kaplan, MD. Chairman and CEO of Virginia Mason Health System (Seattle). Dr. Kaplan, a practicing internal medicine physician, has served as chairman and CEO of the health system, which includes a 336-bed hospital and a multispecialty group of more than 460 physicians, since 2000. He has held leadership positions with a number of organizations, including the National Patient Safety Foundation, the Medical Group Management Association and the Washington Healthcare Forum. Dr. Kaplan is the chair of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s board of directors.

James R. Kaskie. President and CEO of Kaleida Health (Buffalo, N.Y.). Mr. Kaskie was named president and CEO of Kaleida Health in 2006. He joined Kaleida in 2004 as president and COO, prior to which he served as senior vice president for operations of Englewood, Colo.-based Catholic Health Initiatives. In 2007, he was also named president and CEO of the Great Lakes Health System of Western New York, which is the parent organization of Kaleida and Erie County Medical Center Corporation.

Donna Katen-Bahensky. President and CEO of University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics (Madison). Since 2008, Ms. Katen-Bahensky has served as president and CEO of UW Hospital and Clinics, prior to which she served as CEO of University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City. She began her career at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, where she started as director of strategic planning and marketing and eventually became COO.

Brian E. Keeley. President and CEO of Baptist Health South Florida (Coral Gables). Mr. Keeley has been with Baptist Health South Florida for more than 30 years and currently serves as system president and CEO. He is Honorary Consul General to St. Kitts-Nevis — two islands in the Caribbean — and regularly works to expand healthcare in Caribbean communities. In 2010, he was a member of the American Hospital Association’s Health Care Systems Governing Council.

Kelby K. Krabbenhoft. President and CEO of Sanford Health (Fargo, N.D., Sioux Falls, S.D.). Since 1996, Mr. Krabbenhoft has served as president of Sanford Health, and in 1997, he was also named CEO. He previously served as president and CEO of Freeman Health System in Joplin, Mo., and executive vice president of Sisters of Mary of the Presentation Health System in Fargo, N.D.

Mark R. Laret. CEO of UCSF Medical Center (San Francisco). Mr. Laret assumed his current position as CEO of UCSF Medical Center, including UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, in 2000. Before joining UCSF, Mr. Laret served in a number of leadership positions at UCLA Medical Center, including medical center deputy director and CEO of UCLA Medical Group. He is on the board of trustees of the California Hospital Association.

Robert J. Laskowski, MD, MBA. President and CEO of Christiana Care Health System (Wilmington, Del.). Since 2003, Dr. Laskowski has served as president and CEO of Christiana Care. He is a board-certified internist and has served as CMO of Lehigh Valley Hospital and Health Network in Allentown, Pa. He has been chosen to serve as the chair-elect of the Council of Teaching Hospitals and Health Systems of the Association of American Medical Colleges for 2012-2014.

Bruce Lawrence. President and CEO of INTEGRIS Health (Oklahoma City). As president and CEO of INTEGRIS Health, Mr. Lawrence oversees 15 hospitals across Oklahoma. He joined INTEGRIS in 2001 and later served as president of the system’s Baptist and Southwest Medical Centers, both in Oklahoma City. He has also been executive vice president and COO of the health system. He is on the board of the Oklahoma Hospital Association and has served as its chairman since November 2010.

Bill Leaver. President and CEO of UnityPoint Health (Des Moines, Iowa). Mr. Leaver became president and CEO of UnityPoint Health in 2008. He previously served as president and CEO at UnityPoint Health-Trinity in Rock Island, Ill., a hospital within the system. He has also held senior administrative positions at St. John Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit.

Richard Liekweg. President of Barnes-Jewish Hospital (St. Louis). Since 2009, Mr. Liekweg has served as group president of BJC HealthCare and president of Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital. Previously, he served as CEO and associate vice chancellor for UC San Diego Medical Center. He has spent 15 years at Duke University Health System, where he held a number of administrative and leadership positions.

Steven H. Lipstein. President and CEO of BJC HealthCare (St. Louis). Mr. Lipstein has served as president and CEO of BJC Healthcare since 1999. He also serves on the St. Louis Regional Health Commission and sits on the Board of the Missouri Hospital Association. He is the chair of the Institute of Public Health National Advisory Council at Washington University in St. Louis.

Kevin E. Lofton. President and CEO of Catholic Health Initiatives (Englewood, Colo.). Mr. Lofton assumed his current position in 2003. Before then, he served in several leadership positions within Catholic Health Initiatives, including COO. Before coming to CHI, Mr. Lofton served as CEO of University of Alabama Hospital in Birmingham, CEO of Howard University Hospital in Washington and COO of University Medical Center in Jacksonville, Fla.

Julie Manas. President and CEO of Sacred Heart Hospital (Eau Claire, Wis.). Ms. Manas was named president and CEO of Sacred Heart Hospital, part of the Springfield, Ill.-based Hospital Sisters Health System, in 2012. She is also president and CEO of the western Wisconsin division of HSHS. Prior to joining HSHS, she served as president of Genesis Medical Center and as senior vice president of Genesis Health System in Davenport, Iowa. She has also served as vice president of Maywood, Ill.-based Loyola University Health System.

Stephen Mansfield, PhD. President and CEO of Methodist Health System (Dallas). Since 2006, Dr. Mansfield has served as president and CEO of Methodist Health System. Prior to that, he served as president and CEO of Little Rock, Ark.-based St. Vincent Health System for seven years. He has also held various leadership positions at Baptist Memorial Health Care System in Memphis, Tenn. He is a member of the Dallas Regional Chamber.

Stephen R. Mason. President and CEO of BayCare Health System (Clearwater, Fla.). Mr. Mason has more than 30 years of healthcare experience, and he joined BayCare in 2004. He previously served as senior executive vice president and COO of Texas Health Resources, a health system in Arlington. He has served in leadership roles on the boards of the Florida Hospital Association, the Tampa Bay Partnership and United Way of Tampa Bay.

John D. McConnell, MD. CEO of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (Winston-Salem, N.C.). Dr. McConnell was named the first CEO of Wake Forest Baptist in 2008, prior to which he was executive vice president of health system affairs at University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas. A urologist, Dr. McConnell has held a number of clinical and administrative posts at UT Southwestern, including urology department chair, vice president for clinical programs and executive vice president for administration.

David McQuaid. President and CEO of Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals (Philadelphia). Mr. McQuaid succeeded Thomas J. Lewis as president and CEO of Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals in 2012. Prior to that, he served as executive vice president and COO of Thomas Jefferson since 2007. He has also served as CEO of Durham (N.C.) Regional Hospital, part of Duke University Health System and executive vice president and COO of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore.

Gene F. Michalski. President and CEO of Beaumont Health System (Royal Oak, Mich.). Mr. Michalski assumed his current position in 2010. Before then, he served as executive vice president and COO of Beaumont Health System. He previously served as senior vice president and hospital director of Beaumont Hospital, Troy (Mich.). He has also held the position of executive vice president and CEO of St. Francis Hospital in Evanston, Ill.

Carlos Migoya. CEO of Jackson Health System (Miami). Mr. Migoya was named CEO of Jackson Health System in 2011. Prior to taking over the health system, he had no experience in healthcare administration and was a banker for more than 30 years. He has served as president of Wachovia, a financial services company that was acquired by Wells Fargo, in North Carolina and as CEO for the Atlantic region. His responsibilities included overseeing the company’s banking in New Jersey, Connecticut and New York.

Ralph W. Muller. CEO of University of Pennsylvania Health System (Philadelphia). Since 2003, Mr. Muller has served as CEO of University of Pennsylvania Health System. Before then, he was president and CEO of the University of Chicago Hospitals and Health System for 15 years. He has also served as chairman of the Association of American Medical Colleges, and he is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Michael W. Murphy. President and CEO of Sharp HealthCare (San Diego). As president and CEO of Sharp HealthCare, Mr. Murphy oversees a workforce of more than 15,000 employees and 2,600 affiliated physicians. He has more than 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry and assumed his current role in 1996. He is a member of the board of directors of the California Chamber of Commerce.

Kristen Murtos. President of Skokie (Ill.) Hospital. As president of Skokie Hospital, Ms. Murtos oversees the hospital’s operations, strategic planning and program development. Additionally, she oversees NorthShore corporate marketing, business development and communications activities. She joined NorthShore in 1998 as vice president of the medical group.

Elizabeth G. Nabel, MD. President of Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Boston). Dr. Nabel has served as president of Brigham and Women’s Hospital since 2010, prior to which she served as director of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Nabel, a physician-scientist, is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She also serves on the editorial board of the New England Journal of Medicine.

Harris Nagler, MD. President of Beth Israel Medical Center (New York City). Since March 2010, Dr. Nagler has served as president of Beth Israel Medical Center. A urologist, Dr. Nagler previously served as chairman of the department of urology at Beth Israel. He is a professor of urology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York and specializes in fertility issues and erectile dysfunction.

Mark R. Neaman. President and CEO of NorthShore University HealthSystem (Evanston, Ill.). Mr. Neaman joined NorthShore in 1974 and assumed his current position in 1992. As president and CEO, Mr. Neaman oversees the integrated, four-hospital health system that employs around 10,000 people. In 2009, he received the Gold Medal Award from ACHE, the highest honor it bestows on leaders in healthcare.

John H. Noseworthy, MD. President and CEO of Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minn.). Dr. Noseworthy became president and CEO of Mayo Clinic in 2009, prior to which he served as medical director of development. He has held a number of leadership positions at Mayo Clinic since he joined in 1990. He has also served as chair of the science committee of the American Academy of Neurology and editor-in-chief of the academy’s journal, Neurology.

Sean O’Grady. President of Glenbrook Hospital (Glenview, Ill.). As president of Glenbrook Hospital, part of Evanston, Ill.-based NorthShore University HealthSystem, Mr. O’Grady oversees the operations and strategic planning of the hospital, which is a level II trauma center. He joined NorthShore in 2007 as vice president of specialty practices for the medical group. Prior to that, he served as vice president of operations at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. He also previously held various administrative positions at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis.

Sharon O’Keefe. President of the University of Chicago Medical Center. Ms. O’Keefe was named president of University of Chicago Medical Center in February 2011, prior to which she served as president of Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, Ill. She has held a number of leadership roles in her healthcare career, including executive vice president and COO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, senior vice president for operations of University of Maryland Medical System in Baltimore and COO of Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis.

Randy Oostra. President and CEO of ProMedica Health System (Toledo, Ohio). Mr. Oostra was named CEO in 2009. He previously served as president and COO of the health system since 2006. Mr. Oostra joined ProMedica in 1997, and he has previously held leadership positions at St. Anthony’s Health System in Alton, Ill., Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids, Mich., and Allina Health System in Minneapolis.

David C. Pate, MD, JD. President and CEO of St. Luke’s Health System (Boise, Idaho). Dr. Pate is president and CEO of the health system that includes seven hospitals, which he joined in 2009. Prior to that, he held leadership positions within St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System in Houston.

John Paul. President and CEO of West Penn Allegheny Health System (Pittsburgh). Mr. Paul was named to lead the five-hospital health system in April 2013, which is when Pittsburgh-based insurer Highmark officially acquired West Penn Allegheny Health System as part of its new provider wing, Allegheny Health Network. Mr. Paul previously headed Highmark’s hospital and health provider wing. Before his work with Highmark, Mr. Paul served as executive vice president at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Kenneth Paulus. President and CEO of Allina Health (Minneapolis). Mr. Paulus joined Allina Health in 2005, where he now serves as president and CEO. He has also served as the health system’s COO and led a number of growth initiatives, including joint ventures, strategic partnerships and acquisitions. Before joining Allina, he was president and CEO of Newton, Mass.-based Atrius Health, previously known as HealthOne Care System.

Judith M. Persichilli, RN. President and CEO of Catholic Health East (Newtown Square, Pa.). Ms. Persichilli assumed her current role in 2010, prior to which she served as the health system’s executive vice president and COO. She joined Catholic Health East in 2003 as the executive vice president of the Mid-Atlantic division. In 2006, she was inducted into the New Jersey State Nurses Association Hall of Honor.

Ora Hirsch Pescovitz, MD. CEO of University of Michigan Health System (Ann Arbor). Since 2009, Dr. Pescovitz has served as executive vice president for medical affairs and CEO of University of Michigan Health System. She has previously served as executive associate dean for research affairs at Indiana University School of Medicine and president and CEO of Riley Hospital for Children, both in Indianapolis. A nationally recognized pediatric endocrinologist and researcher, Dr. Pescovitz was elected to the Institute of Medicine in 2011.

Ronald R. Peterson. President of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System (Baltimore). Mr. Peterson has served as president of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System since 1997. Before assuming his current position, he served as executive vice president and COO of the health system. He joined Johns Hopkins in 1973 as an administrative resident.

C. Wright Pinson, MD. CEO of Vanderbilt Health System (Nashville, Tenn.). Dr. Pinson is CEO of the health system, deputy vice chancellor for health affairs and senior associate dean for clinical affairs. He is a liver and hepatobiliary surgeon and serves as chief of staff at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He also serves as chairman of the Vanderbilt University Medical Center Medical Board.

John T. Porter, JD. President and CEO of Avera Health (Sioux Falls, S.D.). Mr. Porter assumed his current position in 1989, and as president and CEO he oversees more than 30 hospitals and more than 13,000 employees. Prior to his current role, he served as executive vice president of the system for five years and as associate general counsel for 11 years.

Andrea R. Price. President and CEO of Mercy (Toledo, Ohio). Ms. Price has served as president and CEO of Mercy — Northern Region since 2010. She previously served as COO of the seven-hospital system. Before joining Mercy, she served as the executive vice president and COO of Sparrow Health System in Lansing, Mich.

Thomas M. Priselac. President and CEO of Cedars-Sinai Health System (Los Angeles). Mr. Priselac assumed his current position as president and CEO of Cedars-Sinai in 1994, prior to which he served as executive vice president of the system. He joined Cedars-Sinai in 1979. He is past chair of the Association of American Medical Colleges and the Hospital Association of Southern California.

Paul G. Ramsey, MD. CEO of UW Medicine (Seattle). Dr. Ramsey is the CEO of UW Medicine, executive vice president for medical affairs and dean of the University of Washington School of Medicine. He came to the University of Washington in 1978, and has held a number of positions since then, including the chair of the UW Department of Medicine. Dr. Ramsey was the first holder of the Robert G. Petersdorf Endowed Chair in Medicine in 1995.

Stephen C. Reynolds. President and CEO of Baptist Memorial Health Care (Memphis, Tenn.). Mr. Reynolds has served as president and CEO of Baptist Memorial Health Care since 1994. He joined the health system as an administrative resident in 1971. He is the 2005 recipient of the B’nai B’rith National Healthcare Award, a 30-year old accolade that recognizes outstanding healthcare leaders.

Tim Rice. CEO of Cone Health (Greensboro, N.C.). Mr. Rice was named CEO of Cone Health in 2004. Before then, he served as COO of the health system. He also previously served as executive vice president of The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro and of the Health Services Division of Cone. He serves on the boards of the North Carolina Hospital Association and The Joint Commission.

Joan K. Richards. President and CEO of Crozer-Keystone Health System (Springfield, Pa.). Since 2007, Ms. Richards has been at the helm of Crozer-Keystone Health System She previously served as the health system’s executive vice president and COO. She has also served as president and CEO of Crozer-Keystone Hospitals, a role in which she oversaw the management of five hospitals.

Jeffrey A. Romoff. President and CEO of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. As president and CEO of UPMC, Mr. Romoff oversees more than 20 hospitals and 55,000 employees. He was named president of the health system in 1992 and was named president and CEO in 2006. He previously served as executive vice president of UPMC and vice president for health sciences at the University of Pittsburgh.

William L. Roper, MD. CEO of UNC Health Care System (Chapel Hill, N.C.). A pediatrician, Dr. Roper is the dean of the school of medicine, vice chancellor for medical affairs and CEO of the health system at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to coming to UNC in 1997, Dr. Roper served as senior vice president of Prudential HealthCare. He is a member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences.

Paul B. Rothman, MD. CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine (Baltimore). Dr. Rothman became the 14th dean of the school of medicine and second CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine in 2012. He is a rheumatologist and molecular immunologist, and before joining Johns Hopkins, he served as dean of the Carver College of Medicine at the University of Iowa in Iowa City. He is a member of the American Society for Clinical Investigation and is a fellow of the American College of Physicians.

Amir Dan Rubin. President and CEO of Stanford Hospital & Clinics (Palo Alto, Calif.). Since 2011, Mr. Rubin has served as president and CEO of Stanford Hospital & Clinics, prior to which he served as COO of University of California Los Angeles Health System. At UCLA, he was responsible for the operations of the health system, which included the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Mattel Children’s Hospital at UCLA and Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA. He also previously served as COO of Stony Brook (N.Y.) University Hospital.

Ernie Sadau. President and CEO of Christus Health (Irving, Texas). Since 2011, Mr. Sadau has served as president and CEO of Christus Health. He previously served as senior vice president and COO of the health system. Prior to joining Christus, he held a number of executive roles at Winter park, Fla.-based Adventist Health System, including president and CEO of Adventist Health System/Midwest in Hinsdale, Ill., which includes five hospitals.

Steven M. Safyer, MD. President and CEO of Montefiore Medical Center (Bronx, N.Y.). Dr. Safyer joined Montefiore in 1982, where he held a number of leadership positions, including senior vice president and CMO. He assumed his current position in 2008. Dr. Safyer currently serves as chair of the board of governors for the Greater New York Hospital Association and chair of the League of Voluntary Hospitals and Homes.

Kenneth A. Samet. President and CEO of MedStar Health (Columbia, Md.). Mr. Samet has served as president and CEO of MedStar Health since 2008, prior to which he served as president and COO of the health system. He also previously served as president of MedStar Washington Hospital Center. Mr. Samet is member of the board of directors of the Greater Baltimore Committee and the Economics Club of Washington.

Nancy Schlichting. President and CEO of Henry Ford Health System (Detroit). Ms. Schlichting was named president and CEO of Henry Ford Health System in 2003. She has held a number of leadership positions within the health system, including chief administrative officer, executive vice president and COO. She is also a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Michigan Women’s Forum.

Joseph Sebastianelli. President and CEO of Jefferson Health System (Radnor, Pa.). Since 2002, Mr. Sebastianelli has served at the helm of Jefferson Health System. Prior to that, he served as chairman and CEO of Indianapolis-based RealMed Corporation. He also previously served as president of Aetna, and co-president and executive vice president of Scripps Health in San Diego.

Gary Shorb. President and CEO of Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare (Memphis, Tenn.). Mr. Shorb assumed his current position in 2001. He joined Methodist in 1990 as executive vice president and since then has held a number of leadership positions within the health system, including president of the Regional Medical Center in Memphis, Tenn. He serves on the boards of the National Civil Rights Museum and the Memphis Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Douglas Silverstein. President of Evanston (Ill.) Hospital. As president of Evanston Hospital, Mr. Silverstein is responsible for the operations and strategic planning of the hospital. He has been with parent NorthShore since 1992.

J. Knox Singleton. CEO of Inova Health System (Falls Church, Va.). Mr. Singleton was chosen to lead the organization in 1984, prior to which he served as executive vice president for operations. Before joining the health system, he served as hospital director for Hershey (Pa.) Medical Center of Pennsylvania State University. In 2000, Mr. Singleton received the Regent’s Award from the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Sherrie Sitarik. President and CEO of Orlando (Fla.) Health. Ms. Sitarik has served as president and CEO of Orlando Health since 2010. She has also previously served as president of Orlando Regional Medical Center Lucerne Pavilion, executive director of Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and Women and executive vice president and chief strategy officer of Orlando Health. She joined the health system in 1978 as a graduate nurse in the neonatal intensive care unit.

Peter Slavin, MD. President of Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston). Since 2003, Dr. Slavin has served as president of Massachusetts General Hospital, prior to which he served as chairman and CEO of the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization. He previously served as president of Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. Dr. Slavin is a professor of healthcare policy Harvard Medical School, where he also teaches internal medicine.

Anthony L. Spezia. President and CEO of Covenant Health (Knoxville, Tenn.). Mr. Spezia was named president and CEO of Covenant Health in October 2000, before which he held a number of positions at the seven-hospital health system. He is also a board member of the Tennessee Hospital Association.

Charles Sorenson, MD. President and CEO of Intermountain Healthcare (Salt Lake City). Since 2008, Dr. Sorenson has served as president and CEO of Intermountain Healthcare. Previously, he served as executive vice president and COO of the health system. A urologic surgeon, Dr. Sorenson has served as president of the medical staff at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City and as president of the Utah Urologic Society.

Richard J. Statuto. President and CEO of Bon Secours Health System (Marriottsville, Md.). Mr. Statuto was named president and CEO of Bon Secours Health System in 2005. He served as vice president of planning and marketing for the health system from 1987 to 1990, after which he left to work for St. Joseph Health System in Orange, Calif. He came back to Bon Secours in 2005 to assume his current position.

Glenn D. Steele Jr., MD, PhD. President and CEO of Geisinger Health System (Danville, Pa.). Dr. Steele was named president and CEO of Geisinger Health System in 2001, prior to which he served as vice president of medical affairs, dean of Pritzker School of Medicine and professor in the department of surgery at University of Chicago. He also previously served as chairman of the Department of Surgery at New England Deaconess Hospital, which has since merged to form Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.

David Strong. President of Rex Healthcare (Raleigh, N.C.). Mr. Strong has served as president of Rex Healthcare since 2004, and he oversees all operations of the six-campus health system. He is also the COO for system affiliations at UNC Health Care. Mr. Strong currently serves on the boards of North Carolina Prevention Partners and the North Carolina Symphony.

Ronald W. Swinfard, MD. CEO of Lehigh Valley Health Network (Allentown, Pa.). Dr. Swinfard has served in his current position since 2010, prior to which he served as CMO of the health system. Before joining LVHN, he was chair of the departments of dermatology and internal medicine at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He is a member of the American College of Physician Executives and a member of the Society for Investigative Dermatology.

Michael C. Tarwater. CEO of Carolinas HealthCare System (Charlotte, N.C.). Mr. Tarwater joined Carolinas HealthCare System in 1981, before which he served as assistant administrator at University of Alabama Hospitals in Birmingham. He is a life member and past chairman of the N.C. Hospital Association Board of Trustees and has held leadership positions with the N.C. State Health Coordinating Council and the N.C. Institute of Medicine.

Elaine Thompson. President and CEO of Lakeland (Fla.) Regional Health Systems. Ms. Thompson was named president and CEO of the health system in 2010. Prior to that, she served as president of Lankenau Hospital in Wynnewood, Pa., and executive vice president and COO of St. Luke’s Hospital and Health Network in Coaldale, Pa. She has also held administrative positions with the University of Pennsylvania Health System in Philadelphia.

Jeffrey E. Thompson, MD. CEO of Gundersen Lutheran Health System (La Crosse, Wis.). A practicing pediatric intensivist and neonatologist, Dr. Thompson has served as CEO of the health system since 2001. Previously, he served as executive vice president of the health system, which includes 24 medical clinics, a teaching hospital and a tertiary referral center. He is a founding member of the Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality and is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

William P. Thompson. President and CEO of SSM Health Care (St. Louis). Mr. Thompson was named president and CEO of SSM Health Care in 2011, prior to which he served as president and COO of the health system. He joined SSM in 1980 and has served in a number of leadership positions since then, including senior vice president of strategic development. He also previously served as executive director of St. Mary’s Hospital in Kansas City, Mo.

David P. Tilton. President and CEO of AtlantiCare (Egg Harbor Township, N.J.). Mr. Tilton was named to lead AtlantiCare in 2007. He has been with AtlantiCare since 1987, when he joined AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center as administrator of the hospital’s mainland campus. Mr. Tilton is a member of the board of trustees of the United Way of Atlantic County.

Nick Turkal, MD. President and CEO of Aurora Health Care (Milwaukee). Since 2007, Dr. Turkal has served as president and CEO of Aurora Health Care. Before then, he was president of Aurora’s metro region. He also previously served as senior vice president and CMO of Aurora. In 2011, Dr. Turkal served as chair of the Wisconsin Hospital Association.

Chris Van Gorder. President and CEO of Scripps Health (San Diego). Mr. Van Gorder has led Scripps Health since 2000, and he oversees its five acute-care hospital campuses and outpatient centers throughout San Diego County. He has also received the B’nai B’rith National Healthcare Leader award in 2009.

Allen Weiss, MD. President and CEO of Naples (Fla.) Community Hospital. Dr. Weiss assumed his current position as president and CEO of the 715-bed, two-hospital integrated healthcare system in 2006. He is a fellow of the American College of Physicians and a fellow of the American College of Rheumatology. He has also received a Distinguished Executive of the Year award from the Collier County Women’s Bar Association.

Stephen A. Williams. President and CEO of Norton Healthcare (Louisville, Ky.). Mr. Williams was named to lead Norton Healthcare in 1993, prior to which he served as executive vice president and COO and vice president of quality management for the health system. He has also chaired the board of the Kentucky Hospital Association and the Regional Policy Board of the American Hospital Association.

Carolyn Wilson, RN. President of University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview (Minneapolis). Ms. Wilson was named president of the medical center in 2011, before which she served as COO and associate dean of the at University of Chicago Medical Center. Ms. Wilson has more than 30 years of healthcare experience and has been a staff nurse with the National Institutes of Health.

Dan Wolterman. President and CEO of Memorial Hermann Healthcare System (Houston). Mr. Wolterman has been with Memorial Hermann since 1999 when he joined as senior vice president. He was named to lead the integrated health system in 2002. Before joining Memorial Hermann, he served as senior vice president of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word Health Care System in Houston. He also serves on the Greater Houston Partnership’s Health Care Advisory Committee.

Derick Zeigler. CEO of Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis (Tenn.). Mr. Zeigler has served as administrator and CEO of Baptist Memphis since 2010, prior to which he was CEO and administrator of Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union City. Before joining Baptist, he spent 23 years in healthcare administration for the United States Army.

Thomas F. Zenty III. CEO of University Hospitals (Cleveland). Since 2003, Mr. Zenty has served as CEO of University Hospitals. He oversees eight owned and two joint-ventured medical centers in addition to ambulatory surgery centers and primary care offices. Prior to assuming his current position, he was executive vice president of clinical services and COO at Cedars-Sinai Health System in Los Angeles. He also serves on the board of trustees of the American Hospital Association.

Date: August 07, 2013

source: beckershospitalreview.com

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