Citing its rapid growth in recent months as well as future expansion plans, Community Psychiatric Centers of Santa Ana reported Thursday that it has reorganized its hospital division and promoted four key executives.
Loren B. Shook was named executive vice president for the company's domestic hospital operations, which were divided into three geographic regions. Shook has been with the company for 12 years, most recently as senior vice president.
Reporting to Shook are Robert Derenthal, who was named senior vice president for the newly created western division; Ralph Watts, who was appointed senior vice president of the southern division based in Atlanta, Ga.; and Donald Kalicak, who was promoted to vice president of operations for the central division.
The appointments were announced by James W. Conte, president and chief executive of Community Psychiatric Centers, a 20-year-old health care company with revenues of $182.6 million in its most recent fiscal year.