Centura Health to replace CEO this fall
May 23, 2017
Centura Health CEO Gary S. Campbell will step down to assume a new executive leadership position within the company on Sept. 1, the health network announced Monday.
During his time as CEO, Campbell oversaw a number of changes to the company. He helped expand the Colorado health network in Colorado and western Kansas from 11 hospitals to 17, grew the clinically integrated network, as well as increased annual revenue from $1.8 billion to more than $3.5 billion. In his new position, Campbell — the organization's longest tenured CEO — is tasked with enhancing resources available to company leaders and creating a strategy for increasing overall health value.
"Centura Health has been truly blessed with Gary's visionary leadership," Patricia Webb, Centura governing board chair, said in a news release. "His faithful commitment to our ministry and efforts to transform the delivery of the health care have allowed us to optimize health value across our region and meet the needs of consumers."
Effective upon Campbell's transition, current Centura president and COO, Peter D. Banko, will take over for the departing CEO, maintaining the president role in that position. Banko has been in his present job title since May 2016.
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