Health First names new leaders

Rockledge, Fla.-based Health First has made several key leadership changes.

Bill Calhoun, who joined Health First in September 2014 as community hospitals president, will become president of hospital operations for all four Health First hospitals.

In his new role, Mr. Calhoun will focus on improving day-to-day operations and top decile outcome performance, officials said. He continues to serve as service line leader for heart and vascular.

Sean Gregory, who joined Health First in November 2012 as president of Health First's Holmes Regional Medical Center in Melbourne, Fla., will become CEO of Holmes Regional. He also will become the service line leader for orthopedics and neurology.

Aaron Robinson, who joined Health First in July 2014 as system vice president of outpatient and wellness, will become CEO of Health First's community hospitals. He will continue to be the service line leader for oncology services. 

Both Mr. Gregory and Mr. Robinson will focus on community and associate culture as well as strategic growth opportunities, officials said.

In addition, Connie Bradley, who joined Health First in November 2013 as CNO, will become the service line leader for women's services in addition to her role as CNO.

Steve Johnson, president and CEO of Health First, said all of the leadership changes will allow Health First to focus its efforts on "improving operations, culture and growth."


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