By Sam Combest —
University of Louisville Health announced Tom Miller as the new CEO.
Miller will take over as CEO on Jan. 7.
U of L Health is an academic health system which includes University of Louisville Hospital, the U of L James Graham Brown Cancer Center and over 110 specialized clinics and practices.
Miller most recently worked as the president and CEO of Quorum Health in Nashville, Tenn.
A press release during Miller’s time as president and CEO of Quorum Health said, “Miller oversaw a $2.2 billion health care company that owns 38 hospitals in 16 states and manages or consults with nearly 200 others nationwide.”
While at Quorum, Miller was responsible for all operations including strategic development, investor relations and capital investment.
Miller has 30 years of experience in health care. He was president of Community Health Systems in Franklin, Tenn., CEO of Lutheran Health Network in Fort Wayne, Ind. and had various positions with Hospital Corporation of America in Nashville, Tenn.
In the press release President Neeli Bendapudi said, “We are thrilled to have a leader with Tom’s experience and ability to join the U of L family. Given all of the possible changes that could take place in the health care market, it is more important than ever that we make sure U of L is positioned in the best way possible.”
U of L Health is rebuilding after the separation from KentuckyOne Health. Ken Marshall has been serving as the U of L Hospital president through the transition and will remain the chief operating officer.