Verity Health System picks new leader: 6 things to know

Redwood City, Calif.-based Verity Health System has named Andrei Soran COO and president.

Here are six things to know about Mr. Soran and his new position.

1. He began serving as Verity's COO April 18.

2. In his new role, he will lead Verity, formerly known as the Daughters of Charity Healthcare System, which was created last December. The system's six California facilities include: St. Francis Medical Center in Lynwood, St. Vincent Medical Center in Los Angeles, O'Connor Hospital in San Jose, Saint Louise Regional Hospital in Gilroy, and Seton Medical Center and Seton Coastside in Daly City.

3. Mr. Soran has more than three decades of experience that includes leadership of financial turnarounds and strategic growth of complex medical centers across the nation.

4. Most recently, Mr. Soran was COO and executive vice president at Detroit Medical Center, which is owned by Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare.

5. At DMC, he supervised the deployment of $850 million in capital investments, including construction of new hospitals, patient towers and outpatient facilities, according to a news release.

6. Mr. Soran earned a bachelor's degree in physical therapy at Tel Aviv University in Israel and a master's degree in science of management from Boston University/Ben-Gurion University in Israel.

 

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