Intermountain Healthcare named Lydia Jumonville meantime CEO because it seeks a successor to Dr. Marc Harrison, the not-for-profit built-in well being machine introduced Friday.
Jumonville was once CEO of Broomfield, Colorado-based Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, referred to as SCL Well being earlier than it merged with Intermountain in April. Ultimate week, Harrison introduced his departure from the 33-hospital machine founded in Salt Lake Town for the project capital company Common Catalyst.
Intermountain’s board is accomplishing a countrywide seek for an enduring alternative, which it hopes to protected through the autumn, in step with a information unencumber.
“The healthcare international is ever converting, however our undertaking stays consistent,” Intermountain Board of Trustees Chair Mike Leavitt mentioned within the unencumber. “Now we have established a best-in-class management group, a legitimate strategic trail ahead and we stay steadfast in our dedication to serving to other folks are living the healthiest lives conceivable,” mentioned Leavitt, a Republican former governor of Utah and one-time U.S. secretary of Well being and Human Products and services.