Mark Miller joins San Fernando Valley medical facility
West Hills, CA- West Hills Hospital & Medical Center, a full-service acute care facility, welcomes Mark Miller as its new CEO beginning Dec. 1, 2018.
Before accepting the position at West Hills Hospital, a Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) facility, Miller held several other HCA executive positions, with a focus on quality and patient satisfaction, service line development, and physician and employee relations. Most recently, he served as COO of Grand Strand Health in HCA's South Atlantic Division and before that, he spent two years as CEO at HCA's Lake City Medical Center in Florida. Miller also served in the West Florida Division of HCA as the COO of both Northside Hospital and Largo Medical Center, and as an associate administrator of Chippenham and Johnston-Willis Hospital in Richmond, Virginia.
"We are very pleased to welcome Mark to HCA's Far West Division in his new role as CEO of West Hills Hospital," said Brian T. Cook, president of the HCA Far West Division. "Along with his long history and extensive experience at HCA, he brings exceptional leadership skills and hospital administration expertise to West Hills Hospital. We look forward to all he will accomplish in this new position."
Miller received his bachelor's degree in business administration from Middle Tennessee State University and earned two master's degrees in business administration and health administration from Georgia State University.
"It is an honor to take on the role of chief executive officer," Miller said. "I'm looking forward to working closely with West Hills Hospital's incredible physicians as we continue to deliver the highest-quality health care services to patients and distinguish our facility as the hospital of choice in our community."
In his spare time, Miller enjoys coaching youth sports teams and has been involved with many community organizations, such as chambers of commerce and rotary clubs. He's also a proud member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and National Association of Health Services Executives. To prepare for his new role, Miller will be relocating to Southern California with his wife and four children.