PANAMA CITY, Fla. - Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center has a new Chief Executive officer.
Brad Griffin will become the new CEO on January, according to a news release from the hospital.
"He most recently served as Chief Executive Officer at Colleton Medical Center in Waterboro, SC. Over the past 3 years, Brad has lead the Colleton team in the expansion of services, facility renovations and technological advancements," the news release states. "Under his leadership, the hospital received an “A” rating for hospital safety from The Leapfrog Group, achieved Chest Pain Center certification by The Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care, named Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission five years in a row and launched Neurology and Critical Care telemedicine programs."
They added that Griffin is committed to community involvement. He previously served as the Finance Chairman for the Heart of Florida Health Clinic and has been a board member for the Heart of Georgia United Way, the Macon Volunteer Clinic and the College of Central Florida Foundation.
“I look forward to joining the Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center family and becoming a part of the Northwest Florida community,” said Griffin. “There is a great deal of momentum in enhancing the range of healthcare services available in the surrounding counties and I look forward to begin this venture in the new year.”
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