Trios Health selects another new interim CEO, CFO

Kennewick, Wash.-based Trios Health again made changes to its leadership team in the midst of ongoing bankruptcy proceedings. The health system appointed Scott Landrum and Tom Marshall interim CEO and interim CFO, respectively.

Mr. Landrum replaces Mark Armstrong, who was appointed interim CEO Feb. 1. Mr. Armstrong assumed the role to bridge the gap between Craig Cudworth's departure and Mr. Landrum's appointment. Mr. Landrum has 30 years of healthcare executive experience.

Mr. Marshall succeeds Mike Rolph. Mr. Rolph assumed the interim CFO role in January, replacing Tony Sudduth. Mr. Rolph is now stepping down due to "personal/familial reasons," according to a health system statement. Mr. Marshall has nearly 40 years of healthcare experience, particularly in the areas of turnarounds, mergers and acquisitions and startups.

Both Mr. Landrum and Mr. Marshall are employees of Brentwood, Tenn.-based Quorum Health Resources, a management services firm Trios Health hired in 2016.

In 2017, Trios Health filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy so it could restructure debt while continuing operations. Mr. Landrum and Mr. Marshall will guide the health system through the final stages of bankruptcy proceedings as well as a potential acquisition.

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