UnityPoint Health – St. Luke’s announces new leadership appointments to its senior management team.
“Health care delivery is advancing and evolving more rapidly today than ever,” states Lynn Wold, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of St. Luke’s. “Our senior management team is positioned to help St. Luke’s achieve our goals for quality, safety, patient satisfaction, care coordination and sustainability.”
Employed with UnityPoint Health since 2013, Leah Glasgo has been named St. Luke’s Chief Operating Officer (COO). She formerly held the role of Vice President, Clinical Operations for St. Luke’s. Prior to joining UnityPoint Health, Glasgo served as President and CEO for Stewart Memorial Hospital in Lake City, Iowa. Glasgo will have executive leadership responsibility for overall hospital operations in her new role.
Chad Markham has been named Senior Vice President, Network Development/Regional Vice President for UnityPoint Clinic. Employed with St. Luke’s since 2009, Markham will have executive responsibility for Organized System of Care/Accountable Care operations and Population Health for the Sioux City region in addition to executive responsibility for UnityPoint Clinic regional operations. Markham served as CEO for Hawarden Regional Healthcare in Hawarden, Iowa prior to joining UnityPoint Health.
Recently named Vice President of Operations for St. Luke’s, Jane Arnold has been with St. Luke’s since 2000. In her new role, Arnold will continue to provide executive leadership for UnityPoint at Home for the Sioux City region with added executive leadership for care coordination, palliative care, imaging, medical laboratory and hospitality services at St. Luke’s. Previously, Arnold served as the Vice President of Operations for UnityPoint at Home in Sioux City and Fort Dodge regions and formerly as St. Luke’s Director of Rehabilitation Services and the Acute Rehabilitation Unit.
Craig Bryan joins the UnityPoint Health leadership team as CEO of Pierce Street Same Day Surgery (PSSDS). Prior to joining PSSDS, Bryan served as the COO at Black Hills Surgical Hospital, Rapid City, South Dakota and held the position of Administrator, at Gateway Surgery Center, Concord, North Carolina. He has held leadership positions in the surgery center industry for over 10 years and has been serving in the health care management field for the past 16 years.
“Our leadership is dedicated to making UnityPoint Health – Sioux City a high quality health care delivery organization today and into the future,” adds Wold. “I am very proud of the great care, compassion, and dedication put forth day in and day out, ensuring we deliver the best outcome for every patient every time.”