Chad Markham Named New Chief Operating Officer at UnityPoint Health®

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Chad Markham Named New Chief Operating Officer at UnityPoint Health® - Sioux City

UnityPoint Health® – Sioux City announces the appointment of Chad Markham as the new chief operating officer. Markham will assume day-to-day leadership immediately, succeeding Leah Glasgo, who was named president and CEO at UnityPoint Health – Fort Dodge in November. 

“I am very pleased to announce Chad Markham as the new chief operating officer of our organization,” says Lynn Wold, president and CEO of UnityPoint Health – Sioux City. “Chad is a proven leader within our organization who lives our values each and every day. I have great confidence in his ability to take on this new level of leadership for our team.”

Markham has served as the Senior Vice President for Clinics and Network Development at UnityPoint Health – Sioux City since he joined the organization in November 2009. Since that time, he has overseen a number of significant milestones including the development of Sunnybrook Medical Plaza, integration of our local clinic network into UnityPoint Clinic, and expanding Siouxland PACE, a program of all-inclusive care for the elderly. Prior to his time at UnityPoint Health, Markham served as the CEO of the Hawarden Community Hospital.

Markham holds a Master of Business and Administration from St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, Minnesota. He also received his Bachelor of Arts in Biomedical Science from St. Cloud State University. He and his wife, Michelle, have three children, Quincy is a junior at Coe College; Libby is a freshman at Gustavus Adolphus College; and Rosie is in eighth grade.

“I am humbled and honored to have been selected as the next COO for UnityPoint Health – Sioux City,” said Markham. “During my time here at UnityPoint Health, I have come to care deeply for the people I work with and the people we care for. This is a great organization and I’m proud to work here and make a difference for our employees, patients and our community.”