El Camino Hos­pi­tal CEO Graham is los­ing job

Modern Healthcare - - Late News -

El Camino Hos­pi­tal Pres­i­dent and CEO Ken­neth Graham, who will re­ceive the Amer­i­can Col­lege of Health­care Ex­ec­u­tive’s high­est award for lead­er­ship ex­cel­lence this year, will soon be out of a job. A news re­lease from the 303-bed hos­pi­tal in Moun­tain View, Calif., an­nounced Fri­day the board of direc­tors will not re­new Graham’s con­tract when it ex­pires June 30, cap­ping his ten­ure at the Sil­i­con Val­ley hos­pi­tal at five years. The re­lease said Graham was be­ing let go with­out cause, and Graham will have full au­thor­ity and re­spon­si­bil­ity un­til his de­par­ture. “As with all CEOs, it is my role to serve at the will of the board,” Graham said in the news re­lease. “The El Camino Hos­pi­tal team has had made many ac­com­plish­ments in the past four-and-ahalf years, and I am con­fi­dent that the hos­pi­tal will con­tinue to do very well.” The Chicago-based ACHE an­nounced last month that Graham will re­ceive its an­nual Gold Medal Award on March 21 at the or­ga­ni­za­tion’s an­nual meet­ing, the 54th Congress on Health­care Lead­er­ship. Graham served on the ACHE’s Board of Gov­er­nors from 2004 to 2007, and is chair­man of the ACHE’s Vol­un­tary Giv­ing Com­mit­tee.


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