Centura Health CEO steps down

Gary Campell will be replaced by current president, will serve in advisory role

Staff Report
Posted 5/22/17

Centura Health CEO Gary Campbell will step down on Sept. 1, and will be succeeded by its current chief operating officer and president, the health care system announced May 22.

He will continue to serve as an adviser focusing on leadership …

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Centura Health CEO steps down

Gary Campell will be replaced by current president, will serve in advisory role

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Centura Health CEO Gary Campbell will step down on Sept. 1, and will be succeeded by its current chief operating officer and president, the health care system announced May 22.

He will continue to serve as an adviser focusing on leadership development to Centura, which operates hospitals across Colorado and western Kansas. President and Chief Operating Officer Peter Banko will assume the role of chief executive officer and continue to be the president.

“Centura Health has been truly blessed with Gary's visionary leadership,” said Patricia Webb, chair of the Centura Health governing board. “His faithful commitment to our ministry and efforts to transform the delivery of health care have allowed us to optimize health value across our region and meet the needs of consumers.”

Campbell has served as Centura's CEO since 2008, making him its longest-tenured chief executive. During that time, the system expanded from 11 hospitals to 17, which include Littleton Adventist Hospital, Parker Adventist Hospital, Castle Rock Adventist Hospital, Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver, St. Anthony and OrthoColorado hospitals in Lakewood and St. Anthony North Health Campus in Westminster.

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Good! Maybe the new CEO will lend a measure of integrity to this outfit. Our daughter went to the Centura Health at Lincoln and Jordan with a UTI and charged $2500. No wonder they've been on tv with price gouging so much. Beware if you go its not an urgent care and they will urgently swindle you out of your money.

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