CEO Mike Warren: Overseeing Expansion at Children's of Alabama

Mike Warren serves as president and CEO of Birmingham-based Children's of Alabama. He has been with Children's since January 2008.mikewarren

Prior to joining Children's, Mr. Warren served as chairman and CEO of Birmingham-based Energen Corp. and two of its subsidiaries, Alagasco and Energen Resources. Under his guidance, Alagasco was twice named one of the nation's best companies to work for by Fortune Magazine. Also, Mr. Warren himself was named Alabama CEO of the Year by the Birmingham News in 2001.

While at the helm of Children's of Alabama, Mr. Warren oversaw the construction and August 2012 opening of the Benjamin Russell Hospital for Children in Birmingham, an expansion of Children's existing facility. "Our team is focused on one mighty mission: to provide the very best healthcare available to every child who walks through our doors. That is the true importance of this expansion," Mr. Warren said in a news release. The expansion was the largest single medical facility expansion in Alabama history, according to Children's.

Along with leading Children's of Alabama, Mr. Warren has been very involved in the Birmingham community. He has served as chairman of the Business Council of Alabama, the United Way, Leadership Birmingham and Leadership Alabama. He has also served on the board of the Alabama Symphony and the area's American Heart Association, to name just a few of his community commitments.

Mr. Warren earned a law degree from Duke University in Durham, N.C.

If you have additional information or updates for this profile, or would like to recommend a leader to be profiled in the future, please contact Lindsey Dunn, editor in chief, Becker's Hospital Review at ldunn@beckershealthcare.com.

More Articles on Hospital CEO Profiles:

CEO William McDonald: Building Partnerships at St. Joseph's Healthcare System
CEO David Lord: Sticking to his Roots at OSF St. Francis Hospital & Medical Group

© Copyright ASC COMMUNICATIONS 2019. Interested in LINKING to or REPRINTING this content? View our policies by clicking here.

 

Top 40 Articles from the Past 6 Months