Signature Healthcare Names Kim Hollon President and Chief Executive Officer
Monday, June 14, 2010
The Board of Trustees of Signature Healthcare today announced that Mr. Kim Hollon has been appointed President and Chief Executive Officer. Hollon previously served as Chief Operating Officer of Excela Health System in Pennsylvania. He will assume his new role at Signature Healthcare on July 1, 2010.
"Kim is a proven leader who will focus, motivate and inspire our organization," said David Wolohojian, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Signature Healthcare. "He brings an outstanding track record and we are confident that his experience, expertise and temperament will help lead Signature Healthcare through the next phase of our development and well into the future."
As Chief Operating Officer at Excela Health System, Hollon oversaw four hospital campuses and a workforce of 4,500. During his tenure he made significant improvements in patient satisfaction, established a physician liaison program to improve patient retention, and dramatically increased the number of Core Measure quality scores exceeding the state average. Prior to Excela, Hollon was with the Methodist Health System and at Baylor University Medical Center, both in Texas.
"I am pleased and excited to join the Signature Healthcare team," said Mr. Hollon. "Signature is a great example of how physicians, community hospitals and health systems are providing efficient, quality care. A solid foundation is in place for Signature Healthcare to make great strides in the future. I look forward to becoming part of this community."
-- June 14, 2010
About Signature Healthcare
Signature Healthcare includes Brockton Hospital as well as Signature Medical Group - 150 physicians and other direct care providers - and a total of 2,500 employees operating from locations in Abington, Bridgewater, Brockton, Randolph, Raynham, Stoughton and West Bridgewater, Massachusetts. In 2008 and 2010, Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital received the Premier Award for Quality, ranking it in the top 1% of all acute care hospitals in the country.