April 3, 1985
National Medical Enterprises Inc., Los Angeles, promoted Leonard P. Krygowski to group executive vice president and chief operating officer of its hospital group. He will direct the company's three national regions, the medical centers division (comprising the company's eight largest medical centers and hospitals in California and Texas), company-managed hospitals and the group's non-financial administrative activities. Neil M. Sorrentino was named to replace Krygowski.
March 18, 2003 |
Tenet Healthcare Corp. on Monday named Dr. Stephen L. Newman to head the troubled hospital company's California division, the state's largest private hospital operator with 40 locations. Newman, 52, will assume the newly created post of chief executive of Tenet California.
May 4, 1999 |
Tenet Healthcare Corp., the No. 2 U.S. hospital chain, said Monday it reorganized the management of its 130 hospitals in an attempt to hold down costs and improve internal communication. The Santa Barbara-based company said its hospitals now are divided into three operating divisions instead of two. Tenet said the change is intended to let divisional leaders focus on fewer hospitals and to give chief executives of hospitals a shorter chain of command.
April 21, 1991 |
The long halls of Dominguez Medical Center are almost deserted now. The footsteps of the hospital's few remaining patients echo through the corridors. The voices of idle clerks and technicians waft along the walls. On a recent afternoon, maintenance workers stacked folding chairs in the main lobby following a job fair to help the facility's 550 non-physician employees find new jobs. "We're all very sad," said an emergency room clerk who would not give her name. "We don't know what's going on.
March 11, 2003 |
Tenet Healthcare Corp. said Monday that the executive in charge of its California hospital operations would retire this year as part of a broader reorganization. The departure of Neil M. Sorrentino, 56, a 29-year Tenet executive, is the latest change stemming from the problems at the Santa Barbara-based hospital company.