HOSPITALS AND HEALTH SYSTEMS
Joseph Mallas has been named president and CEO of U.S. HealthWorks, an occupational-health and urgent-care subsidiary of San Francisco-based Dignity Health.
Mallas, 49, has served as the company’s COO since March, and held various leadership roles at U.S. HealthWorks since joining the company in 1997. He
Dan Crowley, replaces former CEO who left earlier this year.
The Valencia, Calif.-based company operates 222 clinics and worksites in 20 states. Thomas Selden is retiring as president and CEO of Southwest General in Middleburg Heights, Ohio, effective at year’s end.
Selden, 68, has led the health system for the past eight years. It includes a main hospital campus, multiple outpatient and ambulatory facilities and an inpatient mentalhealth facility. Previously, he was president and CEO of the Cleveland Clinic Health System’s four-hospital east region. He is a retired Army officer with 23 years of combined active duty and reserve service. William Young Jr. will take over the top job at Southwest General effective Jan. 1. Previously, he was president and CEO of St. John Medical Center in Westlake, Ohio. Mark Robitaille has announced that he will retire as CEO of Stuart, Fla.based Martin Health System within the next year.
Rob Robitaille, 64, will be succeeded by Lord, the system’s senior VP and COO. An ad hoc committee of Martin Health board members and medical staff leaders evaluated candidates for the position, with help from an executive search firm.
Lord, 57, joined the system in 1998 as VP and chief legal officer and has served as senior VP and COO since 2014. He played a part in the development of Tradition Medical Center in Port St. Lucie, Fla., where he was later named senior VP of system facilities management and campus leader for the medical center. Phil Trent has been named VP of business development for Community Hospital Corp.’s group purchasing organization.
CHC is a Plano, Texas-based not-forprofit that owns and manages hospitals and provides consulting services.
Trent, 51, began his new role at the organization’s GPO, CHC Supply Trust, in November.
Contracts for the community-hospitalf-ocused GPO, which is a part of CHC’s for-profit consulting arm, are managed through Health-Trust, a Brentwood, Tenn.based GPO owned by HCA. CHC Supply Trust was launched in September.
Trent previously served as director of market development in San Antonio for Vitas Healthcare, a Miami-based national provider of end-of-life care. Robert Hauser has been named VP of clinical analytics at Cancer Treatment Centers of America’s medicine and science unit, bringing together cancer specialists to create clinical centers of excellence within the company.
Hauser will work closely with leaders in the company’s information-services unit and its regional medical centers to further develop and implement a companywide clinical-analytics strategy and program.
Before joining CTCA, Hauser was senior director of the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s quality and guidelines department.
Previously, he served as director of operations and informatics at the International Oncology Network, and VP and COO of the not-for-profit Geriatric Oncology Consortium.
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