Dignity Health CFO Michael Blaszyk to retire

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Michael Blaszyk, senior executive vice president and CFO of San Francisco-based Dignity Health, will retire in December.

Mr. Blaszyk has been responsible for the oversight of Dignity Health's financial affairs for the last 15 years. He joined the system in 2000 and helped it grow from a $6 billion hospital company to a $17 billion integrated healthcare delivery system. With Mr. Blaszyk overseeing its finances, Dignity Health has posted positive operation margins since 2003.

"Michael's many contributions to Dignity Health have made a direct and lasting impact on the strength of this organization," said Lloyd H. Dean, president and CEO of Dignity Health, in a statement. "Without Michael's leadership, executive skills, and commitment to our ministry, Dignity Health would not be what it is today."

Mr. Blaszyk said it was a privilege to be a part of Dignity Health, and he believes the system will be in good hands once he retires. "I move on knowing that Dignity Health is supported by an outstanding group of professionals who work every day to deliver on the mission of the organization, and by a leadership team with strength and vision to build the healthcare system of the future."

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