HCA hospital CEO to exit for VP role

Natalie Mussi, the longtime CEO of HCA's Los Robles Regional Medical Center in Thousand Oaks, Calif., is leaving her post for a new opportunity with the for-profit hospital operator, the Ventura County Star reported Jan. 11.

Ms. Mussi will step down from her post March 1 to take on her new role as vice president of operations for Surgery Ventures, a national surgery center network owned by HCA. In her new role, she will oversee the group's markets in California and Nevada. 

Ms. Mussi became the first female CEO of Los Robles Regional Medical Center in 2014, six years after being named COO. During her tenure, she oversaw the launch of the hospital's trauma center, a medical residency program and several expansion projects. 

HCA said it has launched a national search for Ms. Mussi's replacement.

"Although the news is bittersweet for Team Los Robles, we are excited for this positive move for Natalie professionally that will allow her to utilize her leadership and expertise on a larger scale," an HCA spokesperson told Ventura County Star.

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